peach studies, Johan Galtung, geopolitical
This 2015 book published by Hampton Press, New York, NY, has 192 pages of text in 12 chapters, an appendix on trends and predictions, an index, 5 figures and 22 tables. Its author is Johan Galtung, an undoubted world leader in development of “peace studies,” an emerging field, which I have watched emerge. The book is based on a series of lectures he taught at Princeton and other universities from 1985-2000. He has reflected deeply on his geopolitical theory of peace and war since then of course, in many venues not least the Transcend, Global, on-line Peace University, which he founded. But some of Galtung’s chapters have an ancient air about them today, because so much history has passed to challenge his visionary prescriptions.
"Johan Galtung, World Politics of Peace and War. Hampton Press, 2015.,"
Comparative Civilizations Review: Vol. 77
, Article 14.
Available at: https://scholarsarchive.byu.edu/ccr/vol77/iss77/14