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Ceasefire Agreements And Peace Processes A Comparative Study

Research continues to highlight the importance of ceasefire agreements in peace processes, but suggests that they can influence these processes in fundamentally different ways. However, despite conflicting expectations, a remarkably few studies have been devoted to a systematic and in-depth analysis of ceasefire agreements in contemporary domestic armed conflicts. This book helps fill this gap by using a dynamic, process-based approach to conflict to analyze and explain how ceasefire agreements are influenced by the broader dynamics of peace processes and in turn influence them. Empirically, the book focuses on armed conflicts in Aceh (Indonesia) and Sri Lanka. Based on documentary studies and 57 interviews with key stakeholders, it presents comparative insights and in-depth knowledge of ceasefire agreements in different contexts. The book problematics the common assumption in the literature that ceasefire agreements stimulate peace processes and pave the way for peace, and provides a more nuanced analysis and understanding based on two empirical cases analyzed in a comparative framework. Contrary to what is thought, it shows that ceasefires can, on the contrary, have a negative impact on peace processes. This book will be of great interest to students in conflict resolution, peace studies, internal conflicts, security studies and IR in general. This book analyzes and compares ceasefire agreements in the context of peace processes in internal armed conflicts. . Enter your mobile phone number or email address below and we`ll send you a link to download the free Kindle app. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet or computer – no Kindle device is needed.

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