From Soldiers to Citizens: Demilitarization of Conflict and Society

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Routledge, 22‏/04‏/2016 - 208 من الصفحات
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Demilitarization of conflict and society is crucial to building sustainable peace in countries emerging from the scourge of civil war. As longstanding conflicts come to an end, processes which facilitate the potentially volatile transition from formal peace to social peace are critically important. At the heart of the exercise is the necessity of transforming the culture and the instruments of war - demilitarization - including disarming, demobilizing and reintegrating (DDR) former combatants into society. This volume represents the first in-depth and comprehensive discussion of reintegration of former combatants in war to peace transitions. In addition to a systematic reflection and review of existing literature on DDR, the authors devised and applied a field research methodology to studying the reintegration of former combatants in Angola with potentially significant implications on the design and implementation of DDR programmes. The volume is written for academics, students and practitioners focusing on war to peace transitions and post-conflict issues.

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Introduction
1
1 Demilitarization DDR and War to Peace Transitions
7
2 Demilitarization in the Angolan Context
33
The Local Context
49
Economic Social and Political Dimensions of Reintegration
75
Variables Trends Correlations
109
Reconceptualizing Reintegration
137
Maps
159
Survey Questionnaire
163
Bibliography
177
Index
185
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Dr João Gomes Porto is a Lecturer at the Department of Peace Studies, University of Bradford, UK. Dr Chris Alden is a Senior Lecturer at the London School of Economics and Political Science, UK. Dr Imogen Parsons holds a PhD in International Relations from the London School of Economics and Political Science, UK.

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