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Book details
  • Genre:POLITICAL SCIENCE
  • SubGenre:International Relations / General
  • Language:English
  • Pages:252
  • Format:Paperback
  • Paperback ISBN:9781098361082

Transition to Peace Burundi 1993-2008

by David John Penklis

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Overview
Transition to Peace, Burundi 1993-2008, is an original and in-depth examination of the involvement of the international community in Burundi's transition from the ravages of the civil war from 1993 to the achievement of peace in 2008. Having lived and worked in Burundi during those years of conflict, and subsequent doctoral research, Dr Penklis offers a unique insight into the complex and dynamic implementation of the peacemaking and peacebuilding activities of the actors involved. He also defines the success and the failures of those activities employed throughout the conflict and the resulting peace process. Readers who are interested in peace and conflict studies and international relations will find the information contained in this book to be invaluable reference material.
Description
Transition to Peace, Burundi 1993-2008, is an original and in-depth examination of the involvement of the international community in Burundi's transition from the ravages of the civil war from 1993 to the achievement of peace in 2008. Having lived and worked in Burundi during those years of conflict, and subsequent doctoral research, Dr Penklis offers a unique insight into the complex and dynamic implementation of the peacemaking and peacebuilding activities of the actors involved. He also defines the success and the failures of those activities employed throughout the conflict and the resulting peace process. Readers who are interested in peace and conflict studies and international relations will find the information contained in this book to be invaluable reference material.
About the author
Dr David Penklis is a scholar and practitioner in social, organizational and conflict transformation, and peacekeeping operations. As a practitioner, he has worked in highly complex organizations and settling and in peacekeeping operations in Africa and Europe and in United Nations headquarters. He has been involved in the establishment, management and transition of peacekeeping operations and special political missions. He has over two decades of experience working and living in violent conflict-afflicted countries. As a scholar, he has presented at international forums, taught in university postgraduate programmes and authored a range of publications. He is interested in peacekeeping, social and organizational transformation, and organized hypocrisy. He holds a range of professional and degree qualifications including a Doctor of Philosophy Degree from The University of Sydney, Australia.
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