Free eBook A Darker Shade of Peace: Landmine Warfare After the 1997 Ottawa Treaty and 9/11 download
by Graeme R. Goldsworthy
Author: Graeme R. Goldsworthy
Publisher: Bloomsbury Academic (January 1, 2030)
Subcategory: Social Sciences
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The book discusses landmine warfare today, looking at its impact on international relations, local populations, and humanitarian intervention since the 1997 Ottawa Mine Ban Treaty. A Darker Shade of Peace.
The book discusses landmine warfare today, looking at its impact on international relations, local populations, and humanitarian intervention since the 1997 Ottawa Mine Ban Treaty.
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1997 Mine Ban Treaty is adopted and opened for signature. Since the first UNGA resolution supporting the Mine Ban Treaty in 1997, the number of states voting in favor has ranged from a low of 139 in 1999 to a high of 165 in 2010. Jody Williams and the ICBL are awarded the Nobel Peace Prize. 1998 By securing the 40th ratification of Mine Ban Treaty, the treaty comes into effect and the ICBL launches Landmine Monitor. 1999 Mine Ban Treaty becomes binding international law on 1 March 1999. The number of states abstaining has ranged from a high of 23 in 2002 and 2003 to a low of 17 in 2005 and 2006.
1997 The Ottawa Treaty is adopted, opened for signature, and .
1997 The Ottawa Treaty is adopted, opened for signature, and signed by 122 states 1998 The treaty reaches its 40th ratification, triggering its entry into force the next year . Within ten years after ratifying the treaty, the country should have cleared all of its mined areas. The Ottawa Anti-Personnel Mines Treaty would not likely have been possible without the sustained effort of thousands of global citizens writing their elected officials in the lead up to the treaty's creation and signing in 1997.
This is an incomplete list of books about the September 11 attacks. In the first 10 years since the September 11, 2001 attacks, dozens of books were published that focus specifically on the topic or on subtopics such as just the attacks on World Trade Towers in New York City, and more have been published since. A number of publications have released their own rankings of books about 9-11. The Guardian, in September 2011, provided a listing by three panelists of what they felt to be the 20 best.
Mayor Rudy Giuliani and former police commissioner Bernard Kerik reflect on the measures taken to lead New York City during the September 11th attacks. The firefighter deaths on Sept
Mayor Rudy Giuliani and former police commissioner Bernard Kerik reflect on the measures taken to lead New York City during the September 11th attacks. The firefighter deaths on Sept. 11 amounted to more than a third of the approximately 1,000 emergency personnel at the scene.
For a week after, Kell had two black eyes instead of one, and he’d never spoken like that again, but the damage was done. He’d hoped Rhy would prove too drunk to remember the conversation, but he’d remembered everything
For a week after, Kell had two black eyes instead of one, and he’d never spoken like that again, but the damage was done. He’d hoped Rhy would prove too drunk to remember the conversation, but he’d remembered everything. He hadn’t told the king or queen, and Kell supposed he owed Rhy that, but now, every time he traveled, he had to endure Rhy’s questioning and with it, the reminder that what he was doing was foolish and wrong.
The Old Testament is the story of God's promises to his people
The Old Testament is the story of God's promises to his people. Below its somewhat obscure surface is hidden magnificent truth about the love and power of God. Throughout its pages the reader can find promise after promise from God, all of which are fulfilled in the New Testament-in the incarnation of Jesus Christ. Author Mark Dever introduces readers to the Old Testament as a glorious whole so that they are able to see the big picture of the majesty of God and the wonder of his promises. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate.
Goldsworthy is well known for his books on the Roman army and on Roman warfare and is the author of vivid biographies of some of. .The Roman peace was an unusual calm after the violence of prehistoric and classical societies.
Goldsworthy is well known for his books on the Roman army and on Roman warfare and is the author of vivid biographies of some of Rome’s greatest generals, so peace might seem a surprising topic for him. But Pax is not peace, or not quite peace as we know i. How calm it really was is difficult to say, but Pax Romana offers a measured answer for which we may be grateful. -Greg Woolf, Wall Street Journal.
In 1997, several nations signed the Ottawa Treaty, also called the Mine Ban Treaty. However, the landmine-free world it envisaged by 2010 has yet to come. This book seeks out to explain why. To do so, it looks at the concept and impact of landmines from an international relations, security, and international law perspective and how landmines affect local populations.
It discusses the absence of major signatories to the treaty such as the US, Russia, and China, as well as the use of landmines to this date by some of the signatory countries. It also explains how some humanitarian interventions, such as Mine Risk Education programs, can be misguided and produce unwanted effects, creating for example fear in populations that are not directly at risk.
Goldsworthy, a scholar and clearance specialist, offers a balanced account of this key disarmament issue. He presents all facets of the global landmine issue, including concepts, theory, methodology, and case studies. This unique work will be a must read for anyone studying conflict processes and international relations