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A list of books below shows the GCP's collection of PCS related literatures.

Title Author(s) Year Publisher ISBN
Explaining Social Processes Tilly Charles 2008 Paradigm Pub 9.78E+12
Exploring Subregional Conflict: Opportunities for Conflict Prevention Sriram, Chandra Lekha & Zoe Nielsen (eds.) 2004 Lynne Rienner Publishers 1588262197
Fragile peace : state failure Stiftung Entwicklung und Frieden 2002 Zed Books 9.78E+12
From Conflict Resolution to Reconciliation Bar-Siman-Tov, Yaacov 2004 Oxford University Press 195166434
From Congo to Kosovo: Civilian Police in Peace Operations Hansen, Annika 2002 Routledge 198516738
From patriarchy to empowerment : women's participation Valentine M. Moghadam 2007 Syracuse University Press 9.78E+12
Gender Bezanson Kate 2006 University of Toronto Press 9.78E+12
Gender Sarah Earle, Gayle Letherby 2003 Palgrave Macmillan 9.78E+12
Gender in International Relations: Feminist Perspectives on Achieving Global Security. Tickner, J. Ann 1992 Columbia University Press 231075391
Genocide and the Politics of Memory: Studying Death to Preserve Life Hirsh, Herbert 1995 University of N. Carolina Press 807845051
Global Civil Society: An Answer to War Kaldor, 2003 Polity Pr 745627587
Global insecurity Kaldor Mary 2000 Pinter 9.78E+12
Globalism James Paul 2006 Sage 9.78E+12
Globalization Gill Stephen 1997 Macmillan 9.78E+12
Globalization and Militarism: feminists make the link Enloe, Cynthia 2007 Rowman & Littlefield 742541126
Going Global: Transforming Relief and Development NGOs Lindenberg, Marc & Coralie Bryant 2001 Kumarian Press 1565491351
Governance in multicultural societies Rex John Singh Gurharpal 2004 Ashgate 9.78E+12
Government Policies and Ethnic Relations in Asia and the Pacific Brown, Michale E.. & Sumit Ganguly (eds.) 1997 The MIT Press 262522454
Grassroots : a field guide for feminist activism Amy Richards 2005 Farrar 9.78E+12
Guide note on early recovery Cluster Working Group om early Recovery i cooperation with the UNDG-EcHA Working Group on Transition 2008
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