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Development, security and unending war

governing the world of peoples
  • 266 Pages
  • 1.69 MB
  • 6487 Downloads
  • English
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Polity , Cambridge
Economic assistance -- Political aspects, Security, International -- Economic as
StatementMark Duffield
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHC60 .D792 2007
The Physical Object
Paginationxii, 266 p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16197861M
ISBN 100745635792, 0745635806
ISBN 139780745635798, 9780745635804

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Unending war, human security and NGOs. Chapter 6: AFGHANISTAN, COHERENCE AND TALIBAN RULE. From negotiation to coercion. The strategic framework for Afghanistan. Development and security in practice. Aid and peace-building in a failed state.

The limits of principled engagement. Problematising state-based politics. UNSMA and the critique of : $ Mark Duffield's Development, Security, and Unending War is not a read for the faint of heart, the pages and smaller text tend to blur together turning a page read into a page psycological albatross.

Sitting in the Rock Valley College library, I almost feel asleep reading it. But the argument itself, if you manage to see it through the /5(2). Non-material development. Gender, natural economy and land. Concluding remarks. Chapter 5: HUMAN SECURITY AND GLOBAL DANGER.

Human security as a technology of governance. Internal war and the crisis of containment. Globalising versus containing tendencies. Reinstating the state. Containing underdevelopment. Unending war, human security and NGOs. Unending war, human security and NGOs. Concluding remarks.

Afghanistan, Coherence and Taliban Rule. From negotiation to coercion. The strategic framework for Afghanistan. Development and security in practice. Aid and peace-building in a failed state.

The limits of principled engagement. The problematization of state-based politics. Mark Duffield's Development, Security, and Unending War is not a read for the faint of heart, the pages and smaller text tend to blur together turning a page read into a page psycological albatross.

Sitting in the Rock Valley College library, I almost feel asleep reading it/5(2). Unending war, human security and NGOs Concluding remarks 6. Afghanistan, Coherence and Taliban Rule From negotiation to coercion The strategic framework for Afghanistan Development and security in practice Aid and peace-building in a failed state The limits of principled engagement While often presented today as a new policy departure (DAC, ), the development-security nexus has a much longer genealogy.

As part of his inaugural address in Januaryfor example, President Truman is credited with making one of the first calls for an interstate development regime tailored to the new post-war by: 6. Internal war and the crisis of containment.

Globalising versus containing tendencies. Reinstating the state. Containing underdevelopment. Unending war, human security and NGOs. Chapter 6: AFGHANISTAN, COHERENCE AND TALIBAN RULE. From negotiation to coercion. The strategic framework for Afghanistan. Development and security in practice.

Development, Security and Unending War: Governing the World of Peoples Article in Journal of Development Studies 44(10) February with 93 Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Alex Kirkup. [PDF] Development, Security and Unending War: Governing the World of Peoples Popular Collection.

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Contribution to Politique Africaine forum on Mark Duffield, Development, Security and Unending War: Governing the World of Peoples (London: Polity, ). Mark Duffield is probably the leading theorist of the nexus between security and development.

His book Development, Security and. Alex Kirkup, "Development, Security and Unending War: Governing the World of Peoples," Journal of Development Studies, Taylor & Francis Journals, vol. 44( Book Author(s) Mark R. Duffield Date Publisher Polity Pub place Cambridge ISBN ISBN, eBook.

Access the eBook. Format electronic resource. “The Security-Development Nexus: Conflict, Peace and Development in the 21st Century” reflecting the research agenda of its new program by the same name. The objective of the seminar was to expand the knowledge of participants about critical issues relating to security and development as instruments of conflict management, to.

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