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Large-scale victimisation as a potential source of terrorist activities : importance of regaining security in post-conflict societies

Author: Uwe Ewald; Ksenija Turković; North Atlantic Treaty Organization.
Publisher: Washington, DC : IOS Press, 2006.
Series: NATO security through science series., E,, Human and societal dynamics ;, v. 13.
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This publication presents a subject that is, unfortunately, as significant today as it was two years ago. Sadly, this continuing relevance seems to confirm the views of the German radical pacifist Kurt Tucholsky, who stated in response to the atrocities and sufferings of WWI: ''But men never ever learnt from history, and they will not do so in the future. Hic Rhodus!'' Recent events in Iraq, the Middle East, East  Read more...
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NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Large-scale Victimisation Due to Protracted Conflicts as a Potential Source of Terrorist Activities, and Regaining Security in Post-Conflict Societies (2004 : Zagreb, Croatia).
Large-scale victimisation as a potential source of terrorist activities.
Amsterdam ; Washington, DC : IOS Press, c2006
(OCoLC)86075724
Material Type: Conference publication, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Uwe Ewald; Ksenija Turković; North Atlantic Treaty Organization.
ISBN: 9781429467667 1429467665 9781607502142 1607502143 9781586036942 1586036947
OCLC Number: 229431502
Description: 1 online resource (viii, 299 p.) : ill.
Contents: Title page; Preface; Contents; Large-Scale War Victimization and Terrorism; General Understanding and Victimological Research of Large-Scale Victimization; Role of the International Criminal Justice from the Perspective of Victims; Victim Assistance and Restorative Justice in Post-Conflict Societies; Necessity to Reconstruct War-Affected Communities in Order to Counter-Terrorism; Author Index.
Series Title: NATO security through science series., E,, Human and societal dynamics ;, v. 13.
Responsibility: edited by Uwe Ewald, Ksenija Turković.

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Critically reviews large-scale victimisation arising out of protracted conflicts in order to understand the necessary prerequisites for enduring peace-making in post-conflict societies and to  Read more...

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