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National and International Conflicts, 1945-1995

New Empirical and Theoretical Approaches

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National and International Conflicts, 1945-1995 by Frank R. Pfetsch
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The information flow about crises and conflicts is highly selective, the media can only focus on a few major conflicts at a time. Many conflicts are neglected, others soon forgotten after the fighting ends. This book fills the gaps and offers a systematic overview of all crises and conflicts in and among states since 1945 and traces the global trends of conflict development. This book contains descriptive generalisations, hypotheses on trends and patterns of conflictsand discussions of current conflict theories - all based on the broad empirical basis of the Conflict Simulation Model KOSIMO - a databank which contains 661 conflicts, both peaceful and violent as well as internal and international. Where ordinary conflict research has a bias towards violent international conflicts, this book uses an integrated approach to cover many other forms and types of political conflicts. The KOSIMO approach reveals new insights into the trends, both nationally and internationally, of conflicts since 1945. Its major findings include for example the fact that domestic, ethnopolitical and religious conflicts were on the rise long before the end of the EastWest conflict, and democracie may not be as peaceful as Kants theorem on democratic peace might suggest...With conflict studies being a growing field of interest in international relations, this book will represent solid empirical and theoretical research for scholars and researchers in political theory, political science, international relations, peace and conflict studies, and modern history.
Release date Australia
January 20th, 2000
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
62 Tables, black and white
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