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Eurasia: A New Peace Agenda Vol: 1

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15 Oct 2005
Emerald Group Publishing Limited
280 pages - 152 x 229 x 28mm
Contributions to Conflict Management, Peace Economics and Development


"Eurasia: A New Peace Agenda" includes chapters from a distinguished group of Eurasian scholars, journalists, and diplomats. The volume is focused on a new peace agenda grounded in a dialogue among the Eurasia civilizations. Part I deals with the problems and prospects of such a dialogue and its consequences for world peace. Part II focuses on the old dilemmas and new challenges in Eurasian security. The nuclear arms race, religious resurgence, super-terrorism, militarism, imperialism, and confidence building are among the topics. Part III concentrates on globalization and regionalization as the two dominant Eurasian trends. The volume compares and contrasts regionalist trends in Europe, Asia, and North America. The competition and cooperation among different global forces led by the United States, Europe, and Asia for resources and identities are the main foci.
1. Introduction and Conclusion (M. Tehranian). Part I. Dialogue of Civilizations for Peace (M. Tehranian). 2. Globalization and World Peace (T.L. Friedman). 3. Globalization and Dialogue Among Civilizations (M.I. Goldman). 4. Globalization and Civilizations (Y.V. Yakovetz). 5. Universalizing Dialogue (M. Taheri). 6. Resisting Global Hegemony (K. Mushakoji). 7. Civilizations and Their Discontents (R. Anderson). 8. Coalition Building for Peace (P. van Tongeren, G. de Graaf Bierbrauwer). Part II. Security in Eurasia: Old Dilemmas and New Challenges (A.I. Nikitin). 9. Superterrorism - Implications for a New Security Strategy (A. G. Arbatov). 10. Religious Challenges to Global Security (M. Juergensmeyer). 11. Nuclear Dilemmas in the 21st Century (Y. E. Fedorov). 12. The Role of Russia in Global Security (M. D. Intriligator). 13. Confidence Building Measures in Asia (C.J. Goldblat). 14. Western Conflict Management as Militarism and Imperialism (J. Oberg). Part III. Globalization and Regionalization (M.D. Intriligator). 15. Russian Eurasianism and American Exceptionalism (A. I. Nikitin). 16. New Russian Identity Formation (A. Tsypko). 17. The Caspian Between Conflict and Cooperation (P. Mojtahed-Zadeh). 18. Multiculturalism in Crisis: Liberal Conformity, Asian Values, or Unforced Consensus (J.Saravanamuttu). 19. Relational Identity and Ethnic Conflict Resolution in Inner Asia (D.C. Gladney). 20. Kazakhstan's Security Challenges in a Changing World (R. Abazov).

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