By Partha Gangopadhyay, P. Gangopadhyay, M. Chatterji

ISBN-10: 1848552009

ISBN-13: 9781848552005

The method of globalisation has its personal dynamics and several other severe flaws that experience led to major fiscal, political and social imbalances within the worldwide political economic system. "Peace technological know-how: idea and circumstances" examines the results of those imbalances for attaining lasting international peace. The poorer areas of the present worldwide method are beset with critical non-mutuality of pursuits, contention and strength conflicts over scarce assets, fragile setting, replacement power assets and because of declining agricultural productiveness and nutrition shortages, contracting markets and because of bifurcations in and social ideals, mores and norms whereas the checklist of flaws is going on without end. the worldwide approach will want large collective efforts and mediation from all branches of recent wisdom in overcoming the above difficulties for a big component to the worldwide inhabitants. "Peace technology: idea and instances" bargains unique examine to appreciate the issues and clients of world peace within the context of the above dichotomy of the worldwide procedure.

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The ‘war of mass distraction’ is a classic example in which interested parties initiated an invasion of Iraq on the basis of inappropriate and partly misleading information. 16 PARTHA GANGOPADHYAY AND MANAS CHATTERJI What we want to purport is that internal conflicts between fragments/ groups can easily get politicised and the international community must act responsibly. The strategy of an international military option on any local conflict is a blunt weapon that creates insurmountable problems by triggering low-intensity terrorism and proxy wars, which can take centuries to get gradually burnt out.

In other words, our main goal in this chapter is to understand the formation of the patron–client relationship or what is called clientelisation. In order to motivate the discussion, it is imperative to clearly define a nation state first and explain the precise import of its fragmentation. To a student of politics, a state typifies as the ‘Westphalian state’, or the ‘modern state,’ or the ‘sovereign territorial state’. In 1648 the Treaty of Westphalia in the NorthEastern Prussia marked an important step in the formation of states as the Treaty was a collective accord of a group of European polities to mutually respect each other’s geographical territory and boundaries.

12 PARTHA GANGOPADHYAY AND MANAS CHATTERJI There are several important arguments for explaining the present high level of violent crimes in Central and Latin America:  It is a saga that is often related to the momentum of earlier wartime violence,  Consequences of regime changes, specifically due to sudden transitions into democracy,  Due to the opportunity for high intensity violence in the post-transition phase,  Due to the history of persistent economic backwardness, poverty and general inequality of income distribution which cause high levels of violence,  Lack of a coherent security strategy and policy,  Poor performance of the police and judiciary systems – a reflection of endemic corruption.

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