The Nordic Peace
Clive Archer, Pertti Joenniemi
Ashgate, 2003 - Political Science - 217 pages
An authoritative account concerning the lack of conflict in the Nordic region, this text evaluates why the area is more peaceful than the rest of Europe and whether there is a lesson to be learned from the area. Looking at cases where parts of the Nordic area have started to break away from the others and how this was achieved without violence, it also explores the settlement of demarcation disputes.
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