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Norway’s Peace Policy

Soft Power in a Turbulent World

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Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xi
  2. James Larry Taulbee, Ann Kelleher, Peter C. Grosvenor
    Pages 1-22
  3. James Larry Taulbee, Ann Kelleher, Peter C. Grosvenor
    Pages 49-73
  4. James Larry Taulbee, Ann Kelleher, Peter C. Grosvenor
    Pages 75-103
  5. James Larry Taulbee, Ann Kelleher, Peter C. Grosvenor
    Pages 105-137
  6. James Larry Taulbee, Ann Kelleher, Peter C. Grosvenor
    Pages 139-161
  7. James Larry Taulbee, Ann Kelleher, Peter C. Grosvenor
    Pages 163-185
  8. Back Matter
    Pages 187-247

About this book

Introduction

The post-Cold War world allows space for less powerful states to develop influential roles in responding to specific international problems. Norway has focused on the persistent issue of violent ethno-political conflict. This book explains why Norway chose its peace policy and demonstrates what is has been able to achieve.

Keywords

peacemaking peacebuilding international system foreign policy Norwegian foreign policy identity Norwegian identity constructivist analysis post-Cold War world Cold War conflict national identity Peace Peace Process Peacebuilding Policy

About the authors

Author James Larry Taulbee: James Larry Taulbee is Professor Emeritus of Political Science at Emory University, USA. Author Ann Kelleher: Professor Emeritus at Pacific Lutheran University Author Peter C. Grosvenor: Peter C. Grosvenor is Associate Professor at Pacific Lutheran University, USA.

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