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The European Approach to Peacebuilding

Civilian Tools for Peace in Colombia and Beyond
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Dorly Castañeda
Rethinking Peace and Conflict Studies
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Examining peacebuilding through the intersection of security, development and democracy, Castaneda explores how the European Union has employed civilian tools for supporting peacebuilding in conflict-affected countries by working at the same time with CSOs and government institutions.
Foreword; Jenny Pearce Introduction PART I: THE EUROPEAN UNION AS AN INTERNATIONAL PEACE ACTOR 1. European Development Aid Supporting Peace 2. The EU Decides to Support Peace in Colombia PART II: THE RECEPTION SIDE: ANTAGONIST EXPECTATIONS OF EU ACTIONS FOR PEACE 3. EU's Support for CSOs: Breaking Authoritarianisms 4. EU as the Perfect Ally for the War Against Terrorism PART III: EUROPEAN PEACEBUILDING AS A PROCESS 5. The European Union Learning Process on Peacebuilding in Colombia 6. Peacebuilding on the Ground: the European Approach Conclusions: the European Approach to Peacebuilding
Despite its multiple limitations as a peace actor, the EU has been able to contribute to peace in different countries affected by protracted conflict. Going further than the debate about what the EU should do, the kind of power it represents and the pertinence of the liberal peace building model, this book explores Colombia, and beyond, to understand how the EU has used Official Development Aid to work with Civil Society Organizations and recipient governments for peacebuilding.Castaneda focuses on the European capacities to support multiple transitions to peace and proposes both a handy definition of peacebuilding at the intersection of three dimensions: security, development and democracy, and a framework for analyzing complex dynamics in conflict-affected countries, useful for designing international action.Mobilising tools from peace and conflict studies, development economics, sociology, public policy and international relations, this book will be a valuable resource to a range of scholars, uniquely providing a consideration of both sides of the cooperation programme: the international actor and the recipient society.

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