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"The post-cold war international system has been characterized by the resurgence of conflicts among State actors, as well as non-State actors, violent civil wars, genocides, the collapse of States etc. Faced with these threats to international peace, the international community has embarked on several attempts to solve these issues. This “management of chaos” included mediation, conflict prevention, implementation of peace agreement, direct interventions to prevent humanitarian crisis, post conflict reconstruction operation, State building. Therefore, this course aims at introducing the Students to the theories of Conflicts resolution, key concepts related to peace studies and analyzing concrete case studies where attempts to end conflicts have either been successful or failures such as in Cambodia, Kosovo, Rwanda, Somalia, Syria.
By the end of this course, the Students should familiar with the sources of conflict in the international system, the difficulties related to maintaining peace and be familiar with the concepts of peacebuilding, peacemaking and peacekeeping"
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JZ5587-6009 International security. Disarmament. Global survival
JZ6010-6060 Pacific settlement of international disputes
JZ6385-6405 The armed conflict. War and order
U21-22.3 War. Philosophy. Military sociology