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Preventing Conflict: The Role of the Bretton Woods Institutions. Adelphi Paper 336. - Stevenson, Jonathan
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[EAN: 9780199224883], Gebraucht, guter Zustand, [SC: 3.0], [PU: Int. Inst. for Strategic Studies,], BRETTON WOODS, FRIEDENSPOLITIK, CONFLICT PREVENTION, Political Science|Political Freedom & Security|International Security, Political Science|Public Policy|Economic Policy, Political Science, Business & Economics|Economics, 94 S. Spuren von Aufkleber auf Rückdeckel, 2 Seiten mit Stempel u. beschriftet, sonst gutes Ex. - This paper considers the full range of activities in which the Bretton Woods institutions have become engaged over the past ten years. It explores the conflict-mitigating potential, both direct and indirect, of International Monetary Fund and World Bank interventions, as well as the constitutional and political obstacles that lie in the way of more salutary involvement in security-related activities. The paper argues that while the Bretton Woods institutions must take care not to usurp national governments' military authority or otherwise exceed their mandates, they can still use their economic tools to greater effect to prevent conflict and remedy its negative consequences. In particular, they could do more to encourage broader domestic participation in the formulation of structural adjustment programmes, including specific aspects of conditionality, in order to better balance military and social spending, and entertain a wider range of involvement in peace consolidation efforts. - Introduction - The Bretton Woods Institutions and Security: Constitutional and Political Constraints 8 - Conflict Prevention in IFI Practice: Changing Priorities - Argument in Brief - The Security Impacts of Crisis Intervention and Structural Adjustment - IFI Practices and Procedures - The Asian Economic Crisis and Security ij - Structural Adjustment and Conflict - Towards Institutionalising Conflict Alleviation - IFIs and Military Expenditures - IMF Policy and Practice - World Bank Policy and Practice - Complications in Assessing and Controlling Military Expenditures - Poverty Reduction and Military Expenditures - Preserving IFI Input into Military Spending - IFIs and Peacebuilding - Conditionality versus Peacebuilding - Technical Assistance in War-Torn Societies - Neutralising 'Spoilers' - Peace through Development - Clarifying Peacebuilding Opportunities - Conclusion Hardening Soft Power - Appendix Articles of Agreement - Provisions Relevant to Alleviating Conflict - The International Monetary Fund - The International Bank for Reconstruction and Development. ISBN 0199224889 Wir versenden am Tag der Bestellung von Montag bis Freitag. Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 550

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[PU: Int. Inst. for Strategic Studies], 94 S. Broschiert. Spuren von Aufkleber auf Rückdeckel, 2 Seiten mit Stempel u. beschriftet, sonst gutes Ex. - This paper considers the full range of activities in which the Bretton Woods institutions have become engaged over the past ten years. It explores the conflict-mitigating potential, both direct and indirect, of International Monetary Fund and World Bank interventions, as well as the constitutional and political obstacles that lie in the way of more salutary involvement in security-related activities. The paper argues that while the Bretton Woods institutions must take care not to usurp national governments' military authority or otherwise exceed their mandates, they can still use their economic tools to greater effect to prevent conflict and remedy its negative consequences. In particular, they could do more to encourage broader domestic participation in the formulation of structural adjustment programmes, including specific aspects of conditionality, in order to better balance military and social spending, and entertain a wider range of involvement in peace consolidation efforts. - Introduction - The Bretton Woods Institutions and Security: Constitutional and Political Constraints 8 - Conflict Prevention in IFI Practice: Changing Priorities - Argument in Brief - The Security Impacts of Crisis Intervention and Structural Adjustment - IFI Practices and Procedures - The Asian Economic Crisis and Security ij - Structural Adjustment and Conflict - Towards Institutionalising Conflict Alleviation - IFIs and Military Expenditures - IMF Policy and Practice - World Bank Policy and Practice - Complications in Assessing and Controlling Military Expenditures - Poverty Reduction and Military Expenditures - Preserving IFI Input into Military Spending - IFIs and Peacebuilding - Conditionality versus Peacebuilding - Technical Assistance in War-Torn Societies - Neutralising 'Spoilers' - Peace through Development - Clarifying Peacebuilding Opportunities - Conclusion Hardening Soft Power - Appendix Articles of Agreement - Provisions Relevant to Alleviating Conflict - The International Monetary Fund - The International Bank for Reconstruction and Development. ISBN 0199224889 Wir versenden am Tag der Bestellung von Montag bis Freitag., [SC: 2.00], gebraucht sehr gut, gewerbliches Angebot, [GW: 550g]

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Int, Inst. for Strategic Studies, 94 S. Broschiert. Spuren von Aufkleber auf Rückdeckel, 2 Seiten mit Stempel u. beschriftet, sonst gutes Ex. - This paper considers the full range of activities in which the Bretton Woods institutions have become engaged over the past ten years. It explores the conflict-mitigating potential, both direct and indirect, of International Monetary Fund and World Bank interventions, as well as the constitutional and political obstacles that lie in the way of more salutary involvement in security-related activities. The paper argues that while the Bretton Woods institutions must take care not to usurp national governments' military authority or otherwise exceed their mandates, they can still use their economic tools to greater effect to prevent conflict and remedy its negative consequences. In particular, they could do more to encourage broader domestic participation in the formulation of structural adjustment programmes, including specific aspects of conditionality, in order to better balance military and social spending, and entertain a wider range of involvement in peace consolidation efforts. - Introduction - The Bretton Woods Institutions and Security: Constitutional and Political Constraints 8 - Conflict Prevention in IFI Practice: Changing Priorities - Argument in Brief - The Security Impacts of Crisis Intervention and Structural Adjustment - IFI Practices and Procedures - The Asian Economic Crisis and Security ij - Structural Adjustment and Conflict - Towards Institutionalising Conflict Alleviation - IFIs and Military Expenditures - IMF Policy and Practice - World Bank Policy and Practice - Complications in Assessing and Controlling Military Expenditures - Poverty Reduction and Military Expenditures - Preserving IFI Input into Military Spending - IFIs and Peacebuilding - Conditionality versus Peacebuilding - Technical Assistance in War-Torn Societies - Neutralising 'Spoilers' - Peace through Development - Clarifying Peacebuilding Opportunities - Conclusion Hardening Soft Power - Appendix Articles of Agreement - Provisions Relevant to Alleviating Conflict - The International Monetary Fund - The International Bank for Reconstruction and Development. ISBN 0199224889 Politik [Bretton Woods, Friedenspolitik, Conflict Prevention] 2000 Wir versenden am Tag der Bestellung von Montag bis Freitag., [PU: Oxford University Press]

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Int, Inst. for Strategic Studies, 94 S. Broschiert. Spuren von Aufkleber auf Rückdeckel, 2 Seiten mit Stempel u. beschriftet, sonst gutes Ex. - This paper considers the full range of activities in which the Bretton Woods institutions have become engaged over the past ten years. It explores the conflict-mitigating potential, both direct and indirect, of International Monetary Fund and World Bank interventions, as well as the constitutional and political obstacles that lie in the way of more salutary involvement in security-related activities. The paper argues that while the Bretton Woods institutions must take care not to usurp national governments' military authority or otherwise exceed their mandates, they can still use their economic tools to greater effect to prevent conflict and remedy its negative consequences. In particular, they could do more to encourage broader domestic participation in the formulation of structural adjustment programmes, including specific aspects of conditionality, in order to better balance military and social spending, and entertain a wider range of involvement in peace consolidation efforts. - Introduction - The Bretton Woods Institutions and Security: Constitutional and Political Constraints 8 - Conflict Prevention in IFI Practice: Changing Priorities - Argument in Brief - The Security Impacts of Crisis Intervention and Structural Adjustment - IFI Practices and Procedures - The Asian Economic Crisis and Security ij - Structural Adjustment and Conflict - Towards Institutionalising Conflict Alleviation - IFIs and Military Expenditures - IMF Policy and Practice - World Bank Policy and Practice - Complications in Assessing and Controlling Military Expenditures - Poverty Reduction and Military Expenditures - Preserving IFI Input into Military Spending - IFIs and Peacebuilding - Conditionality versus Peacebuilding - Technical Assistance in War-Torn Societies - Neutralising 'Spoilers' - Peace through Development - Clarifying Peacebuilding Opportunities - Conclusion Hardening Soft Power - Appendix Articles of Agreement - Provisions Relevant to Alleviating Conflict - The International Monetary Fund - The International Bank for Reconstruction and Development. ISBN 0199224889Politik [Bretton Woods, Friedenspolitik, Conflict Prevention] 2000 Wir versenden am Tag der Bestellung von Montag bis Freitag., [PU: Oxford University Press]

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Preventing Conflict: The Role of the Bretton Woods Institutions
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Stevenson, Jonathan

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Preventing Conflict: The Role of the Bretton Woods Institutions

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0199224889

This paper considers the full range of activities in which the Bretton Woods institutions have become engaged over the past ten years. It explores the conflict-mitigating potential, both direct and indirect, of the International Monetary Fund and World Bank interventions, as well as the constitutional and political obstacles that lie in the way of more salutary involvement in security-related activities. The paper argues that while the Bretton Woods institutions must take care not to usurp national governments' military authority or otherwise exceed their mandates, they can still use their economic tools to greater effect to prevent conflict and remedy its negative consequences. In particular, they could do more to encourage broader domestic participation in the formulation of structural adjustment programmes, including specific aspects of conditionality, in order to better balance military and social spending, and entertain a wider range of involvement in peace consolidation efforts.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780199224883
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0199224889
Paperback
Publishing year: 2001
Publisher: ROUTLEDGE CHAPMAN & HALL
94 Pages
Weight: 0,136 kg
Language: eng/Englisch

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