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by John Heathershaw

eBook Post-Conflict Tajikistan: The politics of peacebuilding and the emergence of legitimate order (Central Asian Studies Series) ePub
Author: John Heathershaw
Language: English
ISBN: 0415620082
ISBN13: 978-0415620086
Publisher: Routledge; 1 edition (March 5, 2011)
Pages: 236
Category: Social Sciences
Subcategory: Social Sciences
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Request PDF On Jan 1, 2010, Mohira Suyarkulova and others published Post-Conflict Tajikistan: The Politics of. .

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Post-Soviet, post-conflict Tajikistan is an under-studied and poorly understood case in conflict studies literature. This book deserves reading not only for its important contribution to the study of the politics of post-conflict peace building in Tajikistan, but also as a significant contribution to conflict and peace studies in general and for its successful and original application of the epistemology and methodology of these critical approaches to this case in particular. Mohira Suyarkulova, University of St Andrews, Europe-Asia Studies, Vol. 62, 2010.

Post-Soviet, post-conflict Tajikistan is an. Superficially, Tajikistan appears to be a case of successful international intervention for liberal peacebuilding, yet the Tajik peace is characterised by authoritarian governance.

Post-Soviet, post-conflict Tajikistan is an under-studied and poorly . Superficially, Tajikistan appears to be a case of successful international intervent. Post-Soviet, post-conflict Tajikistan is an under-studied and poorly understood case in conflict studies literature. Post-Conflict Tajikistan. series Central Asian Studies.

Case Studies in Immunology. The Molecules of Life 1. Introduction 2. War and Peace in Post-Soviet Central Asia 3. International Peacebuilding in Tajikistan 4. Elite and Subordinate Discourses of Peace 5. Democracy an. The Molecules of Life. Living in a Microbial World. Please accept our apologies for any inconvenience this may cause. 1. Democracy and Authority 6. Security and Sovereignty 7. Development and Livelihoods. Author(s) Bio. John Heathershaw is lecturer in International Relations at the University of Exeter, UK.

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I study the international politics of conflict, security and development with a special focus on post-Soviet Central Asia.

Studies Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, and Central Asian Studies. Post-Soviet, post-conflict Tajikistan is an under-studied and poorly understood case in conflict studies literature more.

Central Asian studies series. 020387921X, 0415620082. Seminar 6: Alternative conflict knowledges: the local, the hidden and the subversive (Tuesday 1 November 2016). 9780203879214, 9780415620086. 9780203879214,9780415620086,9780203879214,9780415620086. Seminar 6: Alternative conflict knowledges: the local, the hidden and the subversive (Tuesday 1 November 2016) Previous: Local knowledge: further essays in interpretiv. Library availability.

Post-Soviet, post-conflict Tajikistan is an under-studied and poorly understood case in conflict studies literature. Since 2000, this Central Asian state has seen major political violence end, countrywide order emerge and the peace agreement between the parties of the 1990s civil war hold. Superficially, Tajikistan appears to be a case of successful international intervention for liberal peacebuilding, yet the Tajik peace is characterised by authoritarian governance.

Via discourse analysis and extensive fieldwork, including participant-observation with international organizations, the author examines how peacebuilding is understood and practised. The book challenges received wisdom that peacebuilding is a process of democratisation or institutionalisation, showing how interventions have inadvertently served to facilitate an increasingly authoritarian peace and fostered popular accommodation and avoidance strategies. Chapters investigate assistance to political parties and elections, the security sector and community development, and illustrate how transformative aims are thwarted whilst ‘success’ is simulated for an audience of international donors. At the same time the book charts the emergence of a legitimate order with properties of authority, sovereignty and livelihoods.

Providing a challenge to the theoretical literature on peacebuilding andconcentrating on anunder-studied Central Asian state, this book will be of interest to academics working on Peace Studies, International Relations and Central Asian Studies.

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