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Roundtable: Reflections on International Peace [Full Text]

Roundtable: Reflections on International Peace [Full Text]

| May 2013
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FREE FOR A LIMITED TIME! Special Centennial Roundtable on international peace. Featuring David Hendrickson, Akira Iriye, Andrew Hurrell, and more.

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Building Common Ground: Going Beyond the Liberal Conundrum

| May 2013
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To stay viable as a political ideology, liberalism needs to show that it can remain true to its universal norms while being responsive to cultural complexities and differences.

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Peace as a Transnational Theme

| May 2013
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To consider war and peace purely in the context of international relations is insufficient, even anachronistic. What we need is less an international than a transnational idea of peace.

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Concepts of Peace: From 1913 to the Present

| May 2013
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The Great War and its imagery imprinted itself on the human imagination. In poetry and prose, photography, art, film, and other modes of expression, its influence on cultural memory and identity, on modern meaning and human sensibility, has been remarkable.

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Viewing Peace Through Gender Lenses

| May 2013
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Feminist theorizing of peace suggests a number of transformative observations. Feminist perspectives focus a critical lens on the meaning of peace, often making invisible violence visible; help to critically interrogate the role of the United States in furthering “peace” in the international arena; and make different theoretical and policy prescriptions than perspectives that omit gender from their analyses.

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