- Title Pages
- Introduction: The Contradictions of Peace, International Architecture, the State, and Local Agency
1Lockout: Peace Formation in Northern Ireland
2Bosnia–Herzegovina: Domestic Agency and the Inadequacy of the Liberal Peace
3Peace Multitudes: Liberal Peace, Local Agency and Peace Formation in Kosovo
4Engendering the Post-Liberal Peace in Cyprus: UNSC Resolution 1325 as a Tool
5Peace Formation versus Everyday State Formation in Palestine
6Afghanistan’s Post-Liberal Peace: between External Intervention and Local Efforts
7International Interventions and Local Agency in Peacebuilding in Sierra Leone
8Local Spaces for Peace in Cambodia?
9Timor-Leste: Building on Local Governance Structures: Embedding United Nations Peace Efforts from Within
10Incompatibility, Substitution or Complementarity? Interrogating Relationships between International, State and Non-State Peace Agents in Post-Conflict Solomon Islands
- Post-Liberal Peace Transitions
- Edinburgh University Press
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