Pacific Essays: Terrorism, the Pacific Hemisphere, Globalization, Peace Studies (Constructive Peace Studies)



Johan Galtung, quot;Pacific Essays: Terrorism, the Pacific Hemisphere, Globalization, Peace Studies (Constructive Peace Studies)quot;
Publisher: Pluto Press (UK) | 2005 | ISBN 0745320031 | File type: PDF | 187 pages | 1.2 mb
quot;I never encounter the writings of Dr. Johan Galtung without recalling what the philosopher Ralph Waldo Emerson said of the true scholar, namely, that quot;He is the world's eye. He is the world's heart.quot; Daisaku Ikeda, President, Soka Gakkai International Johan Galtung is the world's foremost thinker in peace studies. This remarkable collection of essays represents his response to the events of September 11 2001. It is a philosophical collection on terror, war and peace, which engages with the key issues and obstacles we face in attempting to create peace around the world. Focusing in particular on the Pacific region, he presents a grounded assessment of the history of the regional power dynamics, and present prospects for peace. Topics covered include the hegemony of the USA; the European perspective; the US relationship with Japan and Asia; decolonization; and peace movements in the age of globalization.

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