Peace in the Twenty-First Century: States, Capital, and Multilateral Institutions versus Positionality Arbitrage, Everyday Mobility, Networks, and Multi-verticality

Oliver P. Richmond

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Abstract

The ‘long peace’ of the last 25 years has been marked by various debates on liberal-democratic peace, human rights, and cosmopolitanism. They are all linked with various forms of intervention—from development to peacebuilding and humanitarian intervention. This ‘interventionary system/order’ model has come under pressure from a range of different fronts. This article examines how peace and development may be rethought in a global framework if the previous version of a progressive framework (i.e. the liberal peace) is now being revised and intervention has shifted towards neo-liberal forms.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)1014-1028
Number of pages15
JournalGlobalizations
Volume14
Issue number6
DOIs
StatePublished - 19 Sep 2017

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Keywords

  • international order
  • mobility
  • peace
  • peacebuilding

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