au 21 st Century Dissent : Anarchism , Anti-Globalization and Environmentalism

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  • Published 2017
  • Political Science

Imagining Peace Outside of Liberal Statebuilding: Anarchist Theory as Pathway to Emancipatory Peacefacilitation

  • J. Rusche
  • Political Science
    Alternatives: Global, Local, Political
  • 2022
Critical scholarship on peace has coined the term liberal peacebuilding and proven that it is unsuccessful, even counterproductive, in achieving that what it sets out to do—foster peace after violent

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Emancipating transformation: from controlling ‘the transition’ to culturing plural radical progress

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