Nation-building: A Reference Handbook

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ABC-CLIO, 2004 - 333 من الصفحات

A revealing exploration of nation-building around the world and its related problems and challenges--from conflict to the role of democracy.

Nation-Building: A Reference Handbook offers an in-depth examination of the nation-building process with special focus on the late 20th century to the present. U.S. national security expert Cynthia Watson explores economic, political, and social aspects of nation-building and provides unique insight into hot issues and fundamental concerns.

Presenting nation-building from many perspectives, Watson discusses states such as Iraq, Afghanistan, the Balkan countries, and East Timor, among others. She illustrates the challenges of rebuilding a country's infrastructure as well as unanticipated problems. The work provides a thorough treatment of the role that democracy plays in the nation-building process and illuminates the position of the United States juxtaposed with UN peacekeeping efforts. This one-of-a-kind reference work is complete with primary source documents, biographical sketches, and resource suggestions.

* Chronology of the dramatic history of nation-building, covering key developments such as the aftermath of military operations in Afghanistan and the rebuilding of Iraq

* Biographical profiles of significant individuals who have had a positive or negative impact on nation-building, including Hamid Karzai and Osama bin Laden


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1 Introduction
2 Enduring Questions in NationBuilding
3 Chronology
4 Biographical Sketches
5 Documents
6 Organizations
7 Print and Nonprint Resources
About the Author
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Cynthia Watson is professor of strategy at the National War College, Washington, DC. Her published works include ABC-CLIO's U.S. National Security: A Reference Handbook.

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