A mixture of theoretical analysis and case studies from Asia, Africa, Europe, Latin America and the Middle East, this book examines non-violent direct action, political action, economic sanctions and social movements as alternative remedies in the struggle for justice. The authors thus address the basic questions that underlie current debates in international politics over the use of preventive diplomacy, humanitarian intervention and international enforcement action.
Theoretical Foundations, G. Burgess and H. Burgess; Peace, Justice and the Faces of Power, K. Boulding; Non-violent Direct Action and the Diffusion of Power, D. Bond; Violence, Non-Violence and Justice in Sandinista Nicaragua, P. Wehr and S.E. Nepstad; Violence versus Non-Violence - A Personal Case Study of the USSR and Its Successors, Z. Arabajan; China's Movement to Resolve Citizen/Government Conflicts Without Violence, S. Thomas; Non-Violent and Violent Ethnic Protests in Africa, J. Scarritt; Foreign Threats and Domestic Actions - The Case of Sanctions Against South Africa, W. Kaempfer, et al; Belief Systems and the Appeal of Justice without Violence in the Middle East, A. Kazak; Attaining Justice Through Development Organisations in India, E.M. Mathiot; Conclusion, H. Burgess and G. Burgess.
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