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transcendental, but a transcendental of the good. In peace’s positive and negative rationes, union/order and rest/tranquility, it is reduced to the transcendental good. Yet through this reduction, peace adds conceptual content to ens. Inasmuch as something is, it is ordered/in union. Inasmuch as something is, it is at rest/tranquil. Keywords • transcendentals • peace • good • Thomistic metaphysics • peace studies European Journal for the Study of Thomas Aquinas 37 (2019) 19 the…transcendental good, which is convertible with truth and unity”.5 In order to

-Mines Issue, pp. 106–132, in Andrew F. Cooper, John English, Ramesh Thakur (eds.). Enhancing Global Governance: Towards a New Diplomacy? Tokyo: United Nations University Press. Neumann, Iver B. 1998. Identity and the outbreak of war: or why the Copenhagen School of security studies should include the idea of “Violisation” in its framework of analysis. International Journal of Peace Studies , 3(1), pp. 7–22. Newsom, D. D. 1990. Diplomacy under a Foreign Flag. When Nations Break Relations. Washington, DC: Institute for the Study of Diplomacy. Reno, W. 1998. Warlord

://www.berghof-handbook.net . CONTEH-MORGAN, Earl (2005): Peace Building and Human Security: A Constructivist Perspective. In International Journal of Peace Studies . Vol. 10, No. 1, pp. 69-86. ELECHI, Oko O. (2004): Human rights and the African Indigenous justice system . A paper presented at the 18 th International Conference of the International Society for the Reform of Criminal Law, August 8-12, 2004, Montreal, Quebec. FORTES, Meyer – EVANS-PRITCHARD, Edward E. (1940): African Political Systems . London: Oxford University Press. ISAJIW, Wsevolod (2000): Approaches to ethnic Conflict

-banking-russia-vtb/ . 7. Davis, Lance, and Stanley Engerman. “History Lessons: Sanctions – Neither War nor Peace.” Journal of Economic Perspective Vol. 17, No. 2 (Spring 2003): 187–197. 8. Delevic, Milica. “Economic sanctions as a foreign policy tool: The case of Yugoslavia.” The International Journal of Peace Studies Vol. 3, No. 1 (1998). 9. Dizaji, Sajjad F., and Peter van Bergeijk. “Could Iranian sanctions work? ‘Yes’ and ‘no’, but not ‘perhaps’.” www.voxeu.org (2013) // http://www.voxeu.org/article/could-iranian-sanctions-work-yes-and-no-not-perhaps . 10. Drezner, Daniel. W

-Pacific Center for Security Studies Rathore, Mujtaba, and Abdul Basit. 2010. “Trends and Patterns of Radicalization in Pakistan.” Conflict and Peace Studies 3 (2):15-32. Rathore Mujtaba Abdul Basit. 2010 “Trends and Patterns of Radicalization in Pakistan.” Conflict and Peace Studies 3 2 15 32 Sareen, Sushant. 2011. “Pakistan’s Slide towards Talibanisation.” In Religion and Security in South and Central Asia , edited by K Warikoo, 23-36. New York: Routledge. Sareen Sushant. 2011 “Pakistan’s Slide towards Talibanisation.” Religion and Security in South and Central Asia

its success, an immediate and strong start, followed by continuous support is essential. Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Economics and Social Sciences (2020), ISSN 2704-6524, pp. 522-534 533 References [1] Afisi, O. T. (2018). Of Science and of Miracles, Journal of Religions and Peace Studies. 3(1), pp. 1-9, https://www.researchgate.net/publication/335565914_of_science_and_of_ miracles. [2] Bell, S., and Morse, S. (2003). Measuring Sustainability. Learning by Doing, First published in the UK and USA in 2003 by Earthscan Publications Ltd

harsher repressions against the Tatar minority. Fourth, most of the societal threats in Crimea are connected with legal or bureaucratic discrimination, which as a rule provokes nonmilitary responses ( Žídková and Melichar 2015 , 105). Other scholars have also shown an interest in the ways of the Crimean Tatars’ actual and future resistance to Russia. Ozcelik has analyzed them within the framework of conflict analysis and peace studies fields, paying particular attention to the nonviolent nature of the Crimean Tatar National Movement as a prerequisite for peaceful

interviewing has an important role. The Reviewer Antonia Young is Honorary Research Fellow in the Division of Peace Studies at the University of Bradford, UK. She is also Research Associate in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology at Colgate University, NY.

information about the past and preventing procedures for restitution and compensation. There are photos, a map, and a bibliography further enhancing this very gripping presentation of hundreds of lives lived through Albania’s terrifying Communist period. The Reviewer Antonia Young is Honorary Research Fellow in the Division of Peace Studies at the University of Bradford, UK. She is also Research Associate in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology at Colgate University, NY.

–233, hier S. 233. P. Orobator SJ war 2009–2014 Provinzial der ostafrikanischen Pro- vinz der Jesuiten und ist aktuell Rektor an der Hekima University College Jesuit School of Theology and Institute of Peace Studies and International Relations in Nairobi. 239 Lex Orandi – Lex Vivendi? Missbrauch oft nur als „europäisches“ bzw. „amerikanisches“ Problem dar- gestellt, das es in den afrikanischen Kirchen nicht gebe24. Für Frauen finden die Synoden gute Worte, doch strukturelle Maßnahmen zur Inklusion von Frauen, zur Teilhabe an Entscheidungsprozessen, zur Verteilung von