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Antony Adolf, Peace. A world history

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  • Bogumil Maria Terminski-Mrowiec

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Presented book provides a synthetic discussion of development of the institutional and legal conditions and the practical implementation of the concept of peace in history. It thus reflects the growing importance of research undertaken in that issue in recent years. Nowadays we are witnessing the growing importance of search for answers to fundamental question of international cooperation and international order: how to achieve and maintain a state of peace between nations? Studies on the determinants of peace seem to be an important for all the theories of contemporary international relations. The book may be interest source of knowledge for all persons interested in the history of peace, both in its individual as well as international and global dimension.

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  • Bogumil Maria Terminski-Mrowiec, 2011. "Antony Adolf, Peace. A world history," Revista Europea de Historia de las Ideas Políticas y de las Instituciones Públicas, Grupo Eumed.net (Universidad de Málaga), issue 1, March.
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