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Research in International Studies, Global and Comparative Studies

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Civil War, Civil Peace
Edited by Helen Yanacopulos and Joseph Hanlon

Aimed at practitioners and policy makers, and essential reading for students of war, humanitarian intervention, peace building, and development, Civil War, Civil Peace provides an examination of how interventions can be improved through a better understanding of the roots of war and of the grievances and interests that fueled the war.

International Studies · African Studies · Violence in Society

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Military Intervention after the Cold War
The Evolution of Theory and Practice
By Andrea Kathryn Talentino

For hundreds of years, military intervention in another country was considered taboo and prohibited by international law. Since 1992, intervention has often been described as an international responsibility, and efforts have been made to give it legal justification. This extraordinary change in perceptions has taken place in only the space of a decade.

Global Issues · Political Science · International Studies · 21st century · 20th century · Violence in Society

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Immigration, Diversity, and Broadcasting in the United States 1990—2001
By Vibert C. Cambridge

The last decade of the twentieth century brought a maturing of the new racial and ethnic communities in the United States and the emergence of diversity and multiculturalism as dominant fields of discourse in legal, educational, and cultural contexts.

American History · History · 21st century · Americas · North America · United States · Race and Ethnicity · Television - History and Criticism · International Studies · Sociology · Media Studies · Journalism · Global Issues · African American Studies

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Communities of Work
Rural Restructuring in Local and Global Contexts
Edited by William W. Falk, Michael D. Schulman, and Ann R. Tickamyer

The image of rural America portrayed in this illuminating study is one that is vibrant, regionally varied, and sometimes heroic. Communities of Work focuses on the ways in which rural people and places are affected by political, social, and economic forces far outside their control and how they sustain themselves and their communities in response.

International History · Global Issues · Sociology · International Studies · History

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Ethnic Conflict
Religion, Identity, and Politics
Edited by S. A. Giannakos

The outbreak of numerous and simultaneous violent conflicts around the globe in the past decade resulted in immense human suffering and countless lost lives. In part, both results were aided by inactivity or by belated and often misplaced responses by the international community to the embattled groups.

International History · Religion · History · Religion, Politics, and the State · Race and Ethnicity · International Studies · Sociology · Political Science · Global Issues · Violence in Society