Conflict Prevention: The Untapped Potential of the Business Sector
Despite intensive international efforts in the area of conflict prevention, there is still little argument about how civil wars (as well as interstate wars) might best be averted - and the many attempts at preventive action have not been strikingly successful. The authors of this book offer a new perspective, arguing that such efforts could be more effective if they incorporated the private sector
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Oil, Profits, and Peace: Does Business Have a Role in Peacemaking?
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