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Introduction Section I. Structures of Conflict 1. Endurance and the Signature of Peace 2. Democracry, Complexity, and Conflict Section II. Managing Conflict 3. Agonism and the Politics of disagreement 4. Reconciliation and Conflict Resolution Section III. Discourses of Conflict 5. Rhetorics of Peace and Transition 6. Narratives of Conflict and the Politics of Memory Section IV. The Complex Politics of Conflict 7. Conflict and Contingency Conclusion: Enduring Conflict Bibliography Index
Adrian Little is Professor of Political Theory at the University of Melbourne, Australia, where he has been the Head of the School of Political Sciences since 2007. He is the author of numerous journal articles as well as five books, including The Politics of Radical Democracy (2009).