The Elements of Peace: How Nonviolence Works

By: J. Frederick Arment

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This guide to nonviolent conflict resolution presents thirty methods of maintaining or achieving peace, each with an in-depth case study. Methods covered, and their real-world applications, include the art of diplomacy (the 1995 Dayton Peace Accords), fair trade (the 1997 fair trade certification agreement), civil disobedience (the civil rights movement in the United States), humanitarianism (the rescue of the Hungarian Jews during the Holocaust), the rule of law (the International Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia), and peace education (the Nobel Peace Prize), among many others. It concludes with a summary of the methods and the virtues of peace. Instructors considering this book for use in a course may request an examination copy here.

Title: The Elements of Peace: How Nonviolence Works

Author Name: J. Frederick Arment

ISBN Number: 0786468548

ISBN-13: 9780786468546

Location Published: McFarland: 2012

Binding: paperback

Book Condition: like new

Categories: Peace Studies

Seller ID: 65

Keywords: peace studies