Dealing With Regional Conflicts of Global Importance

Dealing With Regional Conflicts of Global Importance

Release Date: March, 2024|Copyright: © 2024 |Pages: 411
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-6684-9467-7
ISBN13: 9781668494677|ISBN10: 1668494671|ISBN13 Softcover: 9781668494714|EISBN13: 9781668494684
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Dealing With Regional Conflicts of Global Importance offers a comprehensive examination of the post-Cold War global landscape, focusing on the outbreak and escalation of local and regional conflicts that have far-reaching implications. From the Taliban takeover in Afghanistan to the civil war in Ethiopia's Tigray Region and the Russia-brokered peace agreement in the Caucasus, these conflicts have shaped the international stage and pose significant challenges to global stability.

Policymakers and professionals in the fields of current affairs and security studies can find essential tools in this book for understanding and addressing the violent conflicts occurring since 1991. Drawing on geoeconomics, geopolitics, security studies, and humanitarian perspectives, Dr. Piotr Pietrzak, an expert in International Relations Theory, Conflict Resolution Strategies, and International Law, delves into the roots of competition and cooperation among states. He explores influential concepts and debates, including Francis Fukuyama's "The End of History," Samuel Huntington's "Clash of Civilizations," and Joseph Nye's notion of Soft Power, to provide a theoretical and analytical framework for comprehending the complexities of global power dynamics.

Covering an array of topics, from the regionalization of conflict and intervention to the role of international institutions, this book examines interactions between the United Nations, World Bank, regional organizations like CBSS, Vysehrad Group, and ASEAN, and geopolitical actors such as the European Union, Russia, China, and the United States. It also delves into critical issues such as human rights, genocide, wartime sexual violence, and the concept of humanitarian intervention.

Dealing With Regional Conflicts of Global Importance is an invaluable resource for courses in geoeconomics, geopolitics, conflict management, international relations theory, and more. It challenges readers to expand their explanatory horizons and confront preconceived notions of truth in the realm of international relations. By examining the emerging multipolar world, China's One Road One Belt initiative, and the changing rules of competition, this book equips readers with the knowledge needed to navigate the complexities of the global stage and work towards a more peaceful and stable future.

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The many academic areas covered in this publication include, but are not limited to:

  • Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS)
  • Conflict and Intervention
  • Genocide
  • Global Institutions
  • Human Rights
  • International Community
  • International Relations Theory
  • NATO
  • Peacebuilding
  • Preventing Conflict
  • Regionalization
  • The United Nations
  • World Bank
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PIOTR PIETRZAK, Ph.D., is a co-founder of In Statu Nascendi Think Tank a non-partisan, independent, and highly diversified network of scholars organized to study a contemporary conflict and political philosophy that provides advice and ideas on specific issues related to geoeconomic, political, or socio-economic problems. He immerses himself in geopolitics every day. As a political thinker, author, and trained ontologist, he takes pride in infusing a pragmatic perspective into IR theory, conflict management, and geopolitics. He is also the author of On the Idea of Humanitarian Intervention : A New Compartmentalization of IR Theories (2021), editor of Dealing with Regional Conflicts of Global Importance (2024), & Analyzing Global Responses to Contemporary Regional Conflicts (2024), & Exploring the Implications of Local and Regional Conflicts (2024).
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