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A book by the University of Liverpool’s Professor Jon Tonge was named Choice Outstanding Academic Title for 2015 by the American Library Association.
The book, published by Polity Press, examines theories of peace processes and covers a wid range of case studies.
Professor Tonge, from the University’s Department of Politics, said: “I’m absolutely delighted and honoured that my book Comparative Peace Processes has been listed by the American Library Association as a Choice Outstanding Academic Title for 2015.
“It’s great to receive international recognition. I enjoyed writing the book, which covers theories and case studies of peace processes. Covering Israel-Palestine, Lebanon, Bosnia, the Basque Region, Sri Lanka and Northern Ireland was tricky though – not least because a couple of those peace processes collapsed – or came very near to collapse – during the writing!”
You can find Professor Tonge’s book here: https://www.polity.co.uk/book.asp?ref=9780745642895
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