Manchester Security, Conflict & Peace
Manchester Security, Conflict & Peace aims to explore and analyse the structural mechanisms of conflicts, national security and domestic and international terrorism as well as key theories and concepts related to the study of peacebuilding.
Manchester Security, Conflict & Peace includes 61 books covering key issues and debates on international, regional and national security, domestic and international terrorism as well as conflict management and resolution and practices of peacebuilding.
This collection spans a range of disciplines including national and international law, human security, social and foreign policy, intelligence and national security policymaking, cybersecurity, counter-terrorism and peace studies.
Key features & benefits
61 internationally respected books that fully cover practices of peacebuilding, international and national security and conflict management and resolution, edited and authored by key figures in the field
Explores new theoretical insights and their application to concrete cases of large scale conflict
Includes Abandoning historical conflict? by Shirlow et al, winner of the PSAI (Political Studies Association Ireland) Brian Farrell best book prize 2011
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