- Title Pages
- Notes on Contributors
- United Nations Security Council Resolutions on Women, Peace and Security
- Foreword: Toward Strategic Instrumentalism
1Women, Peace and Security: A Critical Cartography
2South Sudanese Women on the Move: An Account of the Women, Peace and Security Agenda
3The Price of Peace? Frictional Encounters on Gender, Security and the ‘Economic Peace Paradigm’
4Difficult Encounters with the WPS Agenda in South Asia: Re-scripting Globalized Norms and Policy Frameworks for a Feminist Peace
5Best Practice Diplomacy and Feminist Killjoys in the Strategic State: Exploring the Affective Politics of Women, Peace and Security
6Between Protection and Participation: Affect, Countering Violent Extremism and the Possibility for Agency
7Lessons Lived in Gender and International Criminal Law
8Holding Feminist Space
9Global Racial Hierarchies and the Limits of Localization via National Action Plans
10Towards a Postcolonial, Anti-Racist, Anti-Militarist Feminist Mode of Weapons Control
11The Privatization of War: A New Challenge for the Women, Peace and Security Agenda
12Human Trafficking, Human Rights and Women, Peace and Security: The Sound of Silence
13Addressing Future Fragility: Women, Climate Change and Migration
14Feminist Challenges to the Co-optation of WPS: A Conversation with Joy Onyesoh and Madeleine Rees
- New Directions in Women, Peace and Security
Anne Marie Goetz
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