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Do counter-extremism strategies produce peace?
Kieran Ford

that promotes non-violence, leaving certain violent norms such as the legitimacy of state violence in place. In combination, counter-extremism strategies and practices therefore appear to appropriate these three strands of understanding expressed here: the promotion of hegemonic values, pluralism and tolerance, and non-violent political participation. The question guiding this chapter concerns what kind of peace is being produced through such a mode of countering extremism. The peace and violence of counter-extremism This section will take Britain’s counter

in Encountering extremism
Heikki Patomäki

Heikki Patomäki, ‘Republican Public Sphere and the Governance of Globalising Political Economy’, in Maria Lensu and Jan-Stefan Fritz (eds), Value Pluralism, Normative Theory and International Relations (London, MacMillan, 2000). The unilateralism and aggressive reciprocity of US trade policy is discussed in P. Martin, ‘The Politics of International

in Mapping European security after Kosovo