タイトルRoutledge Handbook of International Statebuilding (Routledge Handbooks (Hardcover))
著者・編者
  • David Chandler
  • Timothy D. Sisk 編集
出版社;Routledge
出版年;2013年
ISBN;9780415677028
テキストリンクamazon

内容紹介

This new Handbook offers a combination of theoretical, thematic and empirical analyses of the statebuilding regime, written by leading international scholars.

Over the past decade, international statebuilding has become one of the most important and least understood areas of international policy-making. Today, there are around one billion people living in some 50-60 conflict-affected, 'fragile' states, vulnerable to political violence and civil war. The international community grapples with the core challenges and dilemmas of using outside force, aid, and persuasion to build states in the wake of conflict and to prevent such countries from lapsing into devastating violence.

The Routledge Handbook of International Statebuilding is a comprehensive resource for this emerging area in International Relations.

The volume is designed to guide the reader through the background and development of international statebuilding as a policy area, as well as exploring in depth significant issues such as security, development, democracy and human rights. Divided into three main parts, this Handbook provides a single-source overview of the key topics in international statebuilding:

Part One: Concepts and Approaches
Part Two: Security, Development and Democracy
Part Three: Policy Implementation

This Handbook will be essential reading for students of statebuilding, humanitarian intervention, peacebuilding, development, war and conflict studies and IR/Security Studies in general.

著者について

David Chandler is Professor of International Relations at the Department of Politics and International Relations, University of Westminster. He is a regular media commentator, editor of the Journal of Intervention and Statebuilding and the general editor of the Routledge book series Studies in Intervention and Statebuilding. He is the author or editor of over a dozen books.

Timothy D. Sisk is Professor at the Josef Korbel School of International Studies, University of Denver, and Director of the Center for Sustainable Development and International Peace (SDIP), a research and policy institute at the School. He is author or editor of three previous books.

目次
  • Introduction, Timothy D. Sisk and David Chandler 
Part One: Concepts and Approaches 
  • 1. Rethinking Weberian Approaches to Statebuilding, Nicolas Lemay-Hébert 
  • 2. Corruption and Statebuilding, Dominik Zaum 
  • 3. Gender and Statebuilding, Clare Castillejo 
  • 4. Elites and Statebuilding, Jago Salmon and Catherine Anderson  
  • 5. Regulatory Statebuilding and the Transformation of the State, Shahar Hameiri 
  • 6. Hiding in Plain Sight: The Neglected Dilemma of Nationalism for Statebuilding, Stephen Del Rosso 
  • 7. Statebuilding, Civil Society and the Privileging of Difference, David Chandler  
  • 8. Hybrid Polities and Post-Conflict Policy, David Roberts  
  • 9. History Repeating? Colonial, Socialist and Liberal Statebuilding in Mozambique, Meera Sabaratnam  
  • 10. The ‘Failed-State’ Effect: Statebuilding and State Stories from the Congo, Kai Koddenbrock  
  • 11. Failed Statebuilding versus Peace Formation, Oliver Richmond 
Part Two: Security, Development and Democracy 
  • 12. United Nations Constitutional Assistance in Statebuilding, Vijaya Sripati 
  • 13. United Nations Peacekeeping and the Irony of Statebuilding, Richard Gowan  
  • 14. Statebuilding through Security Sector Reform, Heiner Hänggi and Fairlie Chappuis  
  • 15. Maintaining the Police-Military Divide in Policing Peace, Bethan K Greener and W. J. Fish 
  • 16. Liberia: Security Sector Reform, Morten Bøås and Samantha Gowran Farrier 
  • 17. Natural Resource Governance and Hybrid Political Orders, Gilles Carbonnier and Achim Wennman 
  • 18. The Political Economy of Statebuilding: Rents, Taxes, and Perpetual Dependency, Berit Bliesemann de Guevara and Florian P. Kühn  
  • 19. Political Economy of Post-Conflict Statebuilding in Central America, Aaron Schneider 
  • 20. Sharing Power to Build States, Anna K. Jarstad 
  • 21. Elections and Statebuilding after Civil War: Lurching toward Legitimacy, Timothy D. Sisk 
Part Three: Policy Implementation 
  • 22. Intervention and Statebuilding in Kosovo, Jens Stilhoff Sorensen 
  • 23. Bosnia: Building States without Societies? NGOs and Civil Society, Roberto Belloni  
  • 24. Iraq: US Approaches to Statebuilding in the Twenty-first Century, David Lake 
  • 25. ‘Liberal’ Statebuilding in Afghanistan, Nik Hynek and Péter Marton  
  • 26. Statebuilding after Victory: Uganda, Ethiopia, Eritrea, and Rwanda, Terrence Lyons 
  • 27. Post-Statebuilding and the Australian Experience in Timor-Leste and Solomon Islands, Julien Barbara 
  • 28. Statebuilding in Palestine: Caught Between Occupation, Realpolitik and the Liberal Peace, Mandy Turner 
  • 29. EU Police Missions, Giovanna Bono  
  • 30. EU Statebuilding through Good Governance, Wil Hout  
  • 31. The Security Council, R2P, and Statebuilding, Tom Weiss 
  • 32. Aid and Fragility: The Challenges of Building Peaceful and Effective States, Alina Rocha Menocal