Artikler (tidskrifter og bøker)
In Didier Bigo, Sergio Carrera and Elspeth Guild, eds., Foreigners, Refugees or Minorities?: Rethinking People in the Context of Border Controls and Visas .
An earlier version of this text is available as a CEPS Working Paper..Ashgate. [url]
In de Carvalho, B. & Sending, O.J., (eds.), The Protection of Civilians in UN Peacekeeping.Concept, Implementation and Practice.Baden-Baden ,Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft. [url]
in Global Responsibility to Protect 5 (1).Brill . [url]
in Political Perspectives, 7.Manchester,University of Manchester.s. 6-25.This article argues that the UN, in the area of peacekeeping, can be understood as a competitive arena, where informal policy alliances are competing to frame issues and build support for new norms, concepts and rules. [url]
in Millennium 41(2): 20
in Guzzini, S.and Bynander, F. (eds.) Rethinking Foreign Policy Analysis..Routledge .Bokkapitlet er del av en bok som er en hyllest til, og en diskusjon med, den vitenskapelige produksjonen til Walter Carlsnäs og hans bidrag til studiet av utenrikspolitikk. [url]
in Alex J. Bellamy and Paul D. Williams (eds.) Providing Peacekeepers: The Politics, Challenges, and Future of United Nations Peacekeeping Contribution s..Oxford,Oxford University Press.This chapter is one of sixteen country studies in the book, and it examines why South Africa contributes peacekeepers, the factors that inhibit contributions, and ways in which the UN might strengthen its capacity to secure more and better peacekeepers. [url]
in Stability 2 (1).
Self-sustainable peace is directly linked to, and influenced by, the extent to which a society has the capacity and space to self-regulate. The robustness and resilience of the self-organising capacity of a society determines the extent to which it can withstand pressures and shocks that risk a (re)lapse into violent conflict. Peacebuilding should be about safeguarding, stimulating, facilitating and creating the space for societies to develop robust and resilient capacities for self-organisation. The art of peacebuilding thus lies in pursuing the appropriate balance between international support and home-grown context-specific solutions..Ubiquity Press. [url]