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Vol. XVII, No.2 Winter, 2003




MEDIA NOTES




Among the offerings of International Specialized Book Service are:
Colin Harvey, Ed., Human Rights, Equality and Democratic Renewal in Northern Ireland (Hart Publishing, UK, 288 pp. for $52 cloth); J. Bowyer Bell, The IRA 1968-2000 (Frank Cass Publishers, UK, 376 pp. for $26.50 paper, $62.50 cloth); Shaul Mishal, Rana Kuperman and David Boas, Investing in Peace, The Politics of Economic Cooperation Between Isreael, Jordan and the Palestinians (Sussex Academic Press, UK, 224 pp. for $55); As'ad Ghanem, The Palestinian Regime : A "Partial Democracy" (Sussex Academic Press, UK, 280 pp. for $65); Peter H. Merkl and Leonard Weinberg, The Revival of Right Wing Extremism [in Europe] (Frank Cass Publishers, UK, 320 pp. for $26.50 paper, $62.50 cloth); Anna Haebich, Broken Circle: Fragmenting Indigenous Families, 1800-2000 (Fremantle Arts Centre Press, Australia, 726 pp. for $31.95); and Quinton Berseford and Paul Omaji Our State of Mind: Racial Planning and the Stolen Generations examines the thinking behind Australian long held policy of removal of Aboriginal Children from their families as part of an attempt at Aboriginal assimilation (Fremantle Arts Centre Press, Australia, 295 pp. for $19.95 paper); all (plus $4.50 for first item, $1 for each additional, shipping in the U.S.) from International Specialized Book Services, 5824 NE Hassalo St., Portland, OR 97213 (800)944-6190, orders@isbs.com, www.ibs.com.

Rachel M. MacNair, Perpetration-Induced Traumatic Stress: The Psychological Consequences of Killing introduces the concept of Perpetration-Induced Traumatic Stress (PITS), the form of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder caused not by being a victim but by having helped cause the trauma. The volume is a Available from Praeger, (800)225-5800, http://www.greenwood.com/books/BookDetail.asp?dept_id=1&sku=C7691.

David Cortright, and George A. Lopez, Smart Sanctions: Targeting Economic Statecraft is 276 pp. for $27.95 paper, $72 cloth, from Rowman and Littlefield Publishers, 4720 Boston Way, Lanham,MD 20706 (800)462-6420, www.rowmanlittlefield.com; David Cortright, and George A. Lopez, Sanctions in Search of Security: Challenges to UN Action, a project of the International Peace Academy, is 225 pp. for $18.95 paperr, $49.95 cloth, from Lynn Rienner Publisher,(303)444-6684, www.riener.com.

Among the offerings from Rand area:
Thomas S. Szayna, Ed., Identifying Potential Ethnic Conflict: Appliction of aProcess Model (346 pp. for $25 paper); Ashley J/ Tellis, Thomas C. Szayana ad James A. Winnefield, Anticipating Ethnic Conflict (133 pp. for $15 paper); Michael D. Swaine and Ashely J. Tellis, Interpreting China's Grand Strategy (308 pp. for $20 paper, $35 cloth); Abram Shulsky, Deterrence Theory and Chinese Behavior (102 pp. for $15 paper); Jonathan D. Pollack and Chung Min Lee, Preparing for Korean Unification: Scenarios and Implications (118 pp. for $15 Paper); Norman D. Levin, The Shape of Korea's Future: Korean Attitudes Toward Unification and Long Term Security Policy (67 pp. for $7.50 paper); Jonathan Pollack and Hyun-Dong Kim, Ed., East Asia's Potential for Instability and Crisis (271 pp. for $9 paper); Angel L. Rabasa and Peter Chalk, Indonesia's Transformation and the Stability of South East Asia ($100 pp. for $15 paper); Daniel L. Byman and Jerold D. Green, Political Violence and Stability in the States of the Northern Persian Gulf (146 pp. for $15 paper); David Ronfeldt, John Arquilla, Gahm E. Fuller and Melisa Fuller, The Zapatista "Social Netwar" in Mexico (181 pp. for $15 paper); and David E. Bloom, David Canning and Jaypee Sevilla, Population Change and Economic Growth (50 pp. for $8 paper), all Pplus $3 first item, $1 each additional shipping) from Rand Distibution Services, Attn: Dept MCIP, P.O. Box 2138, Santa Monica, CA 90407 (877)584-8642, order@rand.org, www.rand.org.

Works from Palgrave include:
Harold H. Saunders, A Public Peace Process: Sustained Dialogues to Transform Racial and Ethnic Conflicts (352 pp. for $18.95 paper); Thomas Hennessey, The Northern Ireland Peace Process: Ending the Troubles? (256 pp. for $45 cloth); Pat Cogan The Troubles: Irelands Ordeal and the Search for Peace (496 pp., for $19.95 paper); Paul Dixon, Northern Ireland: The Politics of War and Peace (352 pp. for $19.95 paper, $65 cloth); David Bloomfield, Developing Dialogue in Northern Ireland: The Mayhew Talks, 1992 (192 pp. for $65 cloth); Faleh Jabar and Hosham Dowad, Ed., Tribes and Power: Nationalism and ethnicity in the Middle East (360 pp. for $55 cloth); Levon Chorbajian, The Making of Nagorno-Karabagh: From Secession to Republic (256 pp. for $68 cloth); Marwan Bishara, Palestine/Israel: Peace or Apartheid, Prospects for Resolving the Conflict (128 pp. for $17.50 paper, $55 cloth); Piere Du Toit, South Africa's Brittle Peace: The Problem of Post settlement Violence (192 pp. for $65 cloth); Sheng Lejun, China's Dilemma: The Taiwan Issue (240 pp. for $24.50 paper, $65 cloth); Asafa Jaffa, Fighting Against the Injustice of the State and Globalization: comparing the African American and Oromo Movements [Ethiopia] (272 pp. for $45 cloth); and Harry Shutt, A New Democracy: alternatives to a Bankrupt New World Order (192 pp. for $17.50 paper, $55 cloth), all from Palgrave Global Publishing at St. Martins Press, 175 5 Ave., New York, NY 10010 (800)221-7945 x270, www.palgrave-usa.com.

Routledge listings include:
Beverley Milton-Edwards and Peter Hinchcliffe, Conflicts in the Middle East Since 1945; Grace Feurverger, Oasis of Dreams: Teaching and Learning Peace in a Jewish/Palestinian village in Israel (208 pp. for $22.95 paper and $80 cloth); Peter G. Mandaville, Transnational Muslim Politics: Reimagining the Umma (256 pp. for $85 cloth); and Amatav Acharaya, Constructing A Security Community in Southeast Asia (256 pp. for $29.95 paper, $90 cloth), all, pluss $4 first item, $1 each additional, shipping, from Routledge Customer Service, 7625 Empire Dr., Florence, KY 41042 (800)634-7064, www.routledge ny.com.

Lawrence Erlbaum offers Elizabeth Kandel Englander, Understanding Violence, Second Edition (224 pp. for $27.50 paper, $49.95 cloth; and Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology published quarterly fro $40, from Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Order Dept., 10 Industrial Ave., Mahwah, NJ 07430, (800)926-6579, orders@erlbaum.com and journals@@erlbaum.com, www.erlbaum.com.

Howard N. Meyer, The World court in Action: Judging Among the Nations is 320 pp. for $21.65from Rowman and Littlefield Publishwers, 15200 NBN Way, P.O. Box 191, Blue Ridge Summit, PA 17214 (800)462-6420, www.romanlittlefield.com.

Richard butler, Fatal Choice: Nuclear Weapons and the Illusion of Missile Defence is 178 pp. for $22 from Westview Press, Boulder, CO.

The United States Institute of Peace offerings include:
John Darby, The Effects of Violence on Peace Processes (144 pp. for $14.95); Chester A. Crocker, Fen Osler Hampson and Pamela Aall, Eds., Turbulent Peace: The Challenges of Managing International Conflict {936 pp. for $35 paper, $59 cloth); Princeton N. Lyman, Partner to History: The U.S. Role in South Africa's Transition to Democracy (384 pp. for $19.95 paper); and Kemel Kurspahic, Prime Time Crime: Balkan Media in War and Peace (348 pp. for $19.95 paper, $42.50 cloth), all plus $4 shipping per title. USIP also publishes Peace Watch, discussing major peace issues and findings from peace research bimonthly and frequent: Special Reports, recently including , "U.S. Negotiating Behavior," and single studies in Peaceworks, recently including: Robert M. Schoenhaus, "Tranining for Peace and Humanitarian Relief Operations: Advancing Best Practices" and C.A.J. coady, "The Etheecs of Armed Interrvention." to order or for a complete catalogue contact United States Institute of Peace,1200 17 St., NW, Suite 200 Washington, DC 20036 (202)457-1700, usip_request@usip.org, www.usip,org.

The Stanley Foundation publishes the Courier: Provoking Thought and Encouraging Dialogue About the World three times a year, plus special reports and Policy Bulletins on such topics as, "Laying a durable Foundation for Post-Conflict Societies," and "Technology Access for teh Developing World: Reconciling Global Regimes and \National Security Mandates." For a full list contact The Stanley Foundation, 209 Iowa Ave., Muscatine, IA 52761 (563)264 1500, stanleyfoundation.org.

The Middle East Report is published Quarterly for $37 a year from Subscription Services, Middle East Report, P.O. Box 277, Hopeell, PA 16650, www.merip.org.

Green Horizon Quarterly, is a journal of hope-invigorated critical commentary for $20 a year from, John Rensenbrink, Green Horizon foundation, 196 Cathance Rd., Tophsam, ME 04086, www.green-horizon.org.

The Center for U.N. Reform Education publishes numerous monographs on such topics as: Disarmament and Peace Keeping, Dispute Settlement, Human Rights Issues, Reform of Basic Orgams and Need for a New Court, U.N Finance and Personnel, Globalization andthe U.N Economic System, and Special Papers. For a catalogue, contact Center for U.N. Reform Education, 1160 Hamburg Turnpike, Office #2, Wayne, NJ 07470 (973)872-8900, FAX: (973)872-8964.

First Run Icarus Films offers a series of films on globalization. For details contact First Run Icarus Films, 32 Court St., 21st Fl, Brooklyn, NY 11201 (800)876=1710

A special theme issue of Political Psychology, published in September 2002: 9/11 and Its Aftermath: Perspectives from Political Psychology, with Special Issue Editors: Wendy Rahn, Eugene Borgida, and John Sullivan, is available at: http://www.blackwellpublishing.com/samplefm.asp?ref=0162-895X, complete the registration details, and choose volume 23, issue 3 from the list of issues.

The first four volumes of Language and Civil Society: a Forum Electronic Journal at: . http://exchanges.state.gov/forum/journal/index.htm consists of Civic Education, Peace Education, Environmental Education, and Business Ethics.

Analysis of the Middle East on the Middle East Research and Information Project (MERIP) website: http://www.merip.org.

Owning the Process: Public Participation in Peacemaking, the 13th issue in the Accord series, is available from Conciliation Resources on line at: http://www.c-r.org/accord/peace/accord13, or can be ordered in print for 17.00 paper, $26.00 cloth, plus postage and packaging (10% within the UK, 15% within Europe, and 30% in the rest of the world). from Conciliation Resources, 173 Upper Street, London N1 1RG, England, Tel: 020 7359 7728, Accord@c r.org or from the above web site.

The International Peace Bureau Newsletter, focusing on the Hague Appeal for Peace, can be contacted at IPB News, 41 Rue de Zurich, 1201 Geneva, Switzerland, www.jpb.org.

Scott Ritter's video, The Case Against The U.S. War on Iraq is available via : http://www.turningtide.com/home.htm.

The Transitions Online (TOL) Annual Survey is a thorough guide to the countries of Central and Eastern Europe, the Balkans, and the former Soviet Union. This reference tool presents a detailed overview of the year's events in post communist societies and provides background analysis on all 28 countries in the region. It is available for $100 from https://order.kagi.com/cgi-bin/r1.cgi?ULU6&lang=en.

Cultivating Peace is at: http://www.cultivatingpeace.ca/

A list of peace courses around the world can be found at: http://www.nowar.no/peaceacademy/peacecourses.html.

Alternative Radio http://alternativeradio.org is a weekly one-hour public affairs program offered free to all public radio stations in the U.S., Canada, Europe, South Africa, Australia, and on short-wave on Radio for Peace International. AR provides information, analyses and views that are frequently ignored or distorted in other media. The program is available free of charge to public radio stations. Established in 1986, AR is dedicated to the founding principles of public broadcasting, which urge that programming serve as "a forum for controversy and debate," be diverse and "provide a voice for groups that may otherwise be unheard." The project is entirely independent, sustained solely by individuals who buy transcripts and tapes of programs. Its "headquarters" is situated to correspond with its position in the mainstream mass media: down an alley, behind a house, on top of a garage in Boulder, Colorado. From this rarefied location, AR's programs manage to reach over 125 radio stations and millions of listeners. Listen to the live AR feed on Wednesdays at 6pm Mountain time at www.kgnu.org/live/livefeed.ram

Peaceworks Network is at http://www.silentnolonger.com.

The made-for-television documentary Strong Roots, produced by Justice and Witness Ministries of the United Church of Christ and the National Council of Churches, explores the real-life impact of globalization upon today's farm families in the United States, the Philippines, and Mexico. It shows the challenges of globalization, not only for our farm families, but for all who are concerned about justice for those who grow our food and work the land. It was first broadcast on ABC, October 6.

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