Designing Peace examines how institutional innovation impacts peace building in divided societies. Drawing on examples from Bosnia, South Africa, and Northern Ireland, the book demonstrates how institutional lessons from elsewhere could be applied to future negotiations in Cyprus and its broader region.
2015 | 264 pages | Cloth $75.00
Political Science | Public Policy
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Table of Contents
Introduction: Institutional Innovations in Peace Processes
Chapter 1. A Federal Cyprus? Consociational Failures and Prospects
Chapter 2. The Region's Federal Movements: Why Did (post-)Ottoman States Fail in Sharing Power
Chapter 3. Innovations in Power-Sharing: The Northern Irish d'Hondt
Chapter 4. The Way Home: Linkages, Reciprocity, and Lessons from Bosnia
Chapter 5. Mandate Peace Referendums: A South African Innovation
Chapter 6. "Stalemate Theory": A Humanitarian Breakthrough in Cyprus
Chapter 7. Europeanization and Hydrocarbons: Alternative Scenario Planning in the Levant
Conclusion: Can Divided Societies Learn from Each Other?