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On Perpetual Peace: A Timely Assessment

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On Perpetual Peace

A Timely Assessment

Dieter Senghaas
Translated from the German by Ewald Osers

216 pages, bibliog., index

ISBN  978-1-84545-324-4 $135.00/£99.00 / Hb / Published (October 2007)

ISBN  978-1-84545-325-1 $24.95/£19.95 / Pb / Published (October 2007)

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Dieter Senghaas today is the world's leading figure in the field of conflict research, conflict management research, and the study of the prerequisites of lasting peace. The fact that virulent conflict within what Senghaas calls the OECD world, essentially the European Union, has become unthinkable over the past half-century encourages him in the face of violent conflict in many parts of the world to be reasonably optimistic about the prospect for our planet as a whole.

Dieter Senghaas is Professor of Social Science at the University of Bremen, FRG. He studied Political Science, Sociology, Philosophy and History at the University of Tübingen, Amherst College, the University of Michigan and Frankfurt University. From 1968 to 1970 he was a Research Fellow at the Center for International Affairs at Harvard University. In 1972 he was appointed Professor of International Relations at the University of Frankfurt, moving in 1978 to the University of Bremen, where he has been engaged in Peace, Conflict and Development research. He was also (1971-8) a Research Director at PRIF (Peace Research Institute, Frankfurt). His publications in the field of Political Science, Peace Research, and Development issues include many monographs and edited books, published in German and in several foreign languages, including The European Experience (1985) and The Clash within Civilizations (2002). In 1987 he received the International Peace Research Award.

Subject: Peace and Conflict Studies Development Studies
Area: Europe


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