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Water for peace? Post-conflict water resource management in Kosovo
Water resource management (WRM) has increasingly come to be considered within the realm of peacebuilding. Through investigating the case of water resource management in Kosovo after 1999, this studyExpand
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Empowering peace: service provision and state legitimacy in Nepal’s peace-building process
Abstract There is growing demand for an understanding of peace beyond the absence of violence. As such research focuses increasingly on the issue of state legitimacy as a tool to assess andExpand
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Climate Change and the Risk of Violent Conflicts in Southern Africa
This study aims to identify regions in the Zambezi River Basin in Southern Africa that are prone to risk of violent conflicts (collective violence, popular unrest) induced by climatic changes/variaExpand
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Climate Change Mitigation, Peacebuilding, and Resilience
How are our efforts to reduce the impact of climate change affecting post-conflict societies? Thinking and research about the possible impacts of climate change adaptation and mitigation onExpand
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Stability and Sustainability in Peace Building: Priority Area for Warfare Ecology
The chapter aims to highlight the importance of efficient management of the environment in providing stable and sustainable peace to a post-conflict society. An attempt has been made to give selectedExpand
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Water Service Provision and Peacebuilding in East Timor: Exploring the Socioecological Determinants for Sustaining Peace
ABSTRACT This article presents an examination of post-conflict water resource management in East Timor through the United Nations Transitional Administration in East Timor (UNTAET) with the aim ofExpand
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Climate change and violent conflict : Sparse evidence from South Asia and South East Asia
The impacts of climate change are increasingly viewed as global security risks, which will have far-reaching implications for both human and renewable natural systems. Most climate–conflict researcExpand
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Avoiding catastrophes: seeking synergies among the public health, environmental protection, and human security sectors.
Global health catastrophes have complex origins, often rooted in social disruption, poverty, conflict, and environmental collapse. Avoiding them will require a new integrative analysis of the linksExpand
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Toward Sustainable Peace: A New Research Agenda for Post-Conflict Natural Resource Management
This forum reflects upon the current state of research on post-conflict natural resource management. It identifies two dominant perspectives on environmental peacebuilding in the literature: oneExpand
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