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Peace First

Book Description

In this groundbreaking new guide to building peace, international ambassador Savir exposes the deadly ironies and anachronisms in contemporary efforts to solve global conflicts, and presents a radical new model for modernizing the efforts to build real and lasting peace.

Table of Contents

  4. FOREWORD by Shimon Peres
  5. FOREWORD by Dennis Ross
  6. INTRODUCTION Making Peace in a World at War
  7. PART I The Challenge Archaic Peace
    1. CHAPTER ONE Old-Fashioned Peacemaking
    2. CHAPTER TWO The Oslo Roller Coaster: A Mixed Model
      1. February 1994: Davos, Switzerland
      2. October 1994: Casablanca, Morocco
      3. An Imperfect Peacemaking Parable
  8. PART II A New Model The Four Pillars of Modern Peace
    1. CHAPTER THREE Participatory Peace and Glocalization
      1. The Power of the City
      2. Mayors as the New Peace Leaders
      3. A Direct Line to Citizens
    2. CHAPTER FOUR Peace Ecology
      1. Common Values Are Key
      2. The Role of the Media
      3. Regional Influence
    3. CHAPTER FIVE Peacebuilding
      1. Economic Projects and the Peacebuilding Triangle
      2. Tourism
      3. Technology and the Arts
      4. Youth Projects
    4. CHAPTER SIX Creative Diplomacy
  9. PART III The Modern Process Steps to Lasting Peace
    1. CHAPTER SEVEN The Peace Barometer
      1. Measuring Peace
    2. CHAPTER EIGHT Peacemakers
      1. The Peace Leader
      2. For Once, In Praise of Bureaucrats
    3. CHAPTER NINE Planning
      1. Strategic Goals
      2. The New Peace Partner
      3. Erecting the Four Pillars
    4. CHAPTER TEN Negotiation
      1. The Characteristics of a Modern Negotiator
      2. Modern Strategy
      3. Tactics
      4. Reflection in the Media
    5. CHAPTER ELEVEN The Peace Treaty
      1. Part I: Goals and Vision
      2. Part 2: Definition of Peaceful Relations
      3. Part 3: Regional Framework
      4. Part 4: Rehabilitation
      5. Part 5: Peacebuilding
      6. Part 6: Glocalization
      7. Part 7: Peace Ecology
      8. Part 8: Comprehensive Security
      9. Part 9: Implementation Monitoring
      10. Part 10: International Involvement
    6. CHAPTER TWELVE Implementation
      1. Internal Implementation
      2. Joint Implementation
    7. CHAPTER THIRTEEN International Roles and Reforms
      1. Peacebuilding, Glocalization, and Peace Ecology
      2. Security Arrangements
      3. International Reforms
  10. PART IV On the Ground Pax Mediterraneo
    1. CHAPTER FOURTEEN Peace in the Mediterranean Basin: What Will It Take?
      1. A Region of Commonalities, a Region of Conflict
      2. The Mediterranean Proclamation: A Vision of Peace
    2. CHAPTER FIFTEEN Cities and Youth
      1. City-to-City Networking
      2. Youth Empowerment
    3. CHAPTER SIXTEEN Human Rights and Peace Education
      1. Peace Barometer
      2. Human Rights
      3. Media Campaigns
      4. Media to Media
      5. Intercultural Exchanges
    4. CHAPTER SEVENTEEN Joint Economic, Social, Environmental, and Tourism Ventures
      1. Economic Ventures
      2. Social Ventures
      3. Environment
      4. Tourism
    5. CHAPTER EIGHTEEN Borders, Security, and the International Community
      1. Borders
      2. A New View of Security
      3. The Role of the International Community
  11. CONCLUSION A New Vision for 2020
  12. AFTERWORD by Abu Ala (Ahmed Qurei)
  13. NOTES
  15. INDEX
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