The Psychology of Peacekeeping

The Psychology of Peacekeeping

The Psychology of Peacekeeping

The Psychology of Peacekeeping

Synopsis

Langholtz examines how psychology and other social sciences can offer both theoretical explanations and practical applications in the resolution and amelioration of potentially violent international conflicts. Since the end of the Cold War and bipolar ideologies, the international community has been willing to intervene using approaches that are founded as much in psychology as in force and these remedies have not been confined to the violent periods of conflicts. This work examines psychological considerations and interventions during three phases of conflicts: preventive measures taken before a dispute escalates into war; psychological considerations once fighting starts; and psychological aspects of a return to a lasting peace.
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