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Ending Civil War - Matthew Preston
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Rhodesia and Lebanon in Perspective Matthew Preston returns politics to its rightful place at the heart of the study of internal conflict. Rejecting approaches that emphasise economics or ethnicity, this comparative investigation of the wars in Rhodesia and Lebanon sets out the complex political dynamic that eventually produced the ultimately sucessful peace agreements of Lancaster House and Taif respectively. _x000D_It was a dynamic, though, in which the ebbs and flows of events at the negotiating table and on the battlefield played only a supporting role. Rather more significant were power struggles within belligerent parties that brought consolidated yet unscrupulous leadership, growing disempowerment and suffering of civilians of all communities, and the acquisition and subsequent leverage over the belligerents by regional powers. Yet the years of negotiation over seats in parliament failed to usher in a democratic era in either country. `Peace` brought a de-escalation in violence, but the political struggle continued, to be won decisively by Robert Mugabe`s ZANU(PF) in independent Zimbabwe, and by Syria and her allies in Lebanon. _x000D_At a time when Western leaders proclaim the political necessity of addressing `failed states`, `Ending Civil War` provides a salutary reminder that the competing elites of those failed states possess their own political agendas, ones frequently resistant to the command of great but distant powers. The primary agendas of civil war in Rhodesia and Lebanon were not those of economic greed, nor of ethnic hatred, but of the age-old phenomenon of the struggle for control: of organisations, of civilians, and, ultimately, of the state. The idioms of violence were those of the time - cyclical bouts of fighting, massacres, assassinations and kidnappings -but the deployment of limited violence for political ends was one which Carl von Clausewitz would clearly have recognised. Ending Civil War: Matthew Preston returns politics to its rightful place at the heart of the study of internal conflict. Rejecting approaches that emphasise economics or ethnicity, this comparative investigation of the wars in Rhodesia and Lebanon sets out the complex political dynamic that eventually produced the ultimately sucessful peace agreements of Lancaster House and Taif respectively. _x000D_It was a dynamic, though, in which the ebbs and flows of events at the negotiating table and on the battlefield played only a supporting role. Rather more significant were power struggles within belligerent parties that brought consolidated yet unscrupulous leadership, growing disempowerment and suffering of civilians of all communities, and the acquisition and subsequent leverage over the belligerents by regional powers. Yet the years of negotiation over seats in parliament failed to usher in a democratic era in either country. `Peace` brought a de-escalation in violence, but the political struggle continued, to be won decisively by Robert Mugabe`s ZANU(PF) in independent Zimbabwe, and by Syria and her allies in Lebanon. _x000D_At a time when Western leaders proclaim the political necessity of addressing `failed states`, `Ending Civil War` provides a salutary reminder that the competing elites of those failed states possess their own political agendas, ones frequently resistant to the command of great but distant powers. The primary agendas of civil war in Rhodesia and Lebanon were not those of economic greed, nor of ethnic hatred, but of the age-old phenomenon of the struggle for control: of organisations, of civilians, and, ultimately, of the state. The idioms of violence were those of the time - cyclical bouts of fighting, massacres, assassinations and kidnappings -but the deployment of limited violence for political ends was one which Carl von Clausewitz would clearly have recognised., I.B.Tauris

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Ending Civil War : Rhodesia and Lebanon in Perspective - Mahmoud Hussein
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Matthew Preston returns politics to its rightful place at the heart of the study of internal conflict.Rejecting approaches that emphasise economics or ethnicity, this investigation of the wars in Rhodesia and Lebanon sets out the complex political dynamic that eventually brought each to an end.Above all, it demonstrates the robustness of local agendas in civil wars and the difficulties outsiders face in brokering settlements.With intervention in 'failed states' so high up the international agenda, the message is one that scholars and policy-makers can ill afford to ignore. "A cogent, precise and well-argued analysis of war terminations in Rhodesia and Lebanon - a very impressive piece of work.The use of evidence is very careful and the argument very clear. "- David Keen, Reader in Complex Emergencies, London School of Economics" An excellent piece of work, which should find a wide readership not only in the disciplines of international relations and contemporay history, but also African and Middle Eastern area studies"- Philip Robins, St Antony's College, Oxford; EPUB; Reference > Interdisciplinary studies > Peace studies & conflict resolution, Saqi

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Publishing year: 2004
Publisher: I.B.Tauris

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