Iraq: Preventing a New Generation of ConflictMarkus E. Bouillon, David M. Malone, and Ben Rowswell editors
|2007/351 pages/LC: 2007005438|
A project of the International Peace Institute
Is an end to the violence in Iraq, and the establishment of an enduring peace within a unified state, a realistic goal? Addressing this question, the authors of Iraq Preventing a New Generation of Conflict consider the sources of conflict in the country and outline the requirements for a successful peacebuilding enterprise.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Markus E. Bouillon serves in the UN's Department of Political Affairs. He directed the International Peace Institute’s Middle East Program in 2005-2007 and is author of The Peace Business: Money and Power in the Palestine-Israel Conflict. David M. Malone, under-secretary-general of the United Nations, serves as rector of the United Nations University. His most recent publication is The International Struggle over Iraq: Politics in the UN Security Council 1998-2005. Ben Rowswell was appointed deputy head of mission for Canada in Afghanistan in September 2008.
- Foreword—Terje Rød-Larsen.
- Looking Back: State Fragility and a Generation of Conflict—the Editors.
- IRAQ IN TURMOIL.
- State Collapse and the Rise of Identity Politics—T. Dodge.
- Iraq's Identity Crisis—P. Marr.
- Three Wars Later... Iraqi Living Conditions—J. Pedersen.
- Islamism, Nationalism, and Sectarianism—A. Sidahmed.
- Sunni Factions and the "Political Process"—R. Meijer.
- Shia Militias in Iraqi Politics—J. Cole.
- Kirkuk as a Peacebuilding Test Case—J.R. Hiltermann.
- TOWARD A STABLE PEACE.
- Forging an Inclusive and Enduring Social Contract—N. Haysom.
- Making Federalism Work—D. Cameron.
- Liberal Consociation and Conflict Management—J. McGarry.
- Federalizing Natural Resources—B. O'Leary.
- US Policy and Diplomacy—J. Dobbins.
- Iraq's Arab Neighbors—J.B. Alterman.
- Securing Iraq: The Mismatch of Demand and Supply—N. Bensahel.
- Protection of Civilians—P. Gassmann.
- Dilemmas of Donor Assistance—M. Bell.
- Strategic Coordination for International Engagement—B.D. Jones.
- Looking Ahead: Preventing a New Generation of Conflict—the Editors.