By Ho-Won Jeong
"…an outstanding travel d'horizon of contemporary conflict, violence, and war of words inside and among international locations. Illustrating through with reference to each clash in each nook of the area, the writer invokes an unending array of insights and interpretations, starting from the micro to the macro, superbly written in a continuing series of heavily associated and discursive essays."
―J. David Singer, University of Michigan
"Jeong has effectively mixed behavioral and structural research of the dynamics of social clash. This quantity covers the a number of dimensions - escalation, entrapment, de-escalation, termination, and determination - either one of violent and non-violent war of words among adversaries, in addition to the software and boundaries of exterior intervention. for college students of the social sciences, it may function an exceptional creation to the complicated realities of social conflict."
―Milton Esman, John S. Knight Professor of overseas experiences, Emeritus, Cornell college
By studying the dynamic forces which form and re-shape significant conflicts, Understanding clash and clash Analysis presents scholars with the recent wisdom base had to effectively learn clash resources, tactics and ameliorations. It covers social, political, and mental positive aspects principal to figuring out clash events and behaviour.
A wide variety of either contemporary and ancient examples (including the Arab-Israeli clash, US-Russia kin, the "War on Terrorism," civil wars in Sudan, Iraq, former Yugoslavia, Sri Lanka) are mentioned in a comparative context, illustrating the applying of strategies and theories necessary to the research of inter-group, inter-state clash and clients for clash solution.
Intended Audience: this can be a key textual content for college students of diplomacy, peace and clash reviews, psychology, sociology, overseas defense and overseas legislations.
"Ho-Won Jeong has written an illuminating research of the dynamics of clash. He lays out the instruments we need to research clash in a literate and finished method. A invaluable ebook for someone attracted to a extra complete knowing of clash, its assets, and its de-escalation and termination."
―Janice Gross Stein, Belzberg Professor of clash administration, Director, Munk Centre for foreign experiences, collage of Toronto