Incluye referencias bibliográficas e índice. CONTENIDO: Prevention Psychological and Social Issues That Can Avert or Lead to War. The Evolving Psychology of Peacekeeping -- Peace through Economic and Social Development -- Early Intervention Prediction and Action -- The Psychology of Diplomacy Conflict Resolution in a Time of Minimal or Unusual SmallScale Conflicts -- Cultural and Ethnic Issues of Conflict and Peacekeeping -- Psychological Considerations during Periods of Conflict. Insensitivity to the Value of Human Life A Study of Psychophysical Numbing -- Personnel Selection Preparation and Training for U.N. Peacekeeping Missions -- Psychological Aspects of Peacekeeping on the Ground -- Psychological Ambiguities in Peacekeeping -- Psychological Aspects and ConfidenceBuilding Measures in the Transition from Violence to a Durable Peace. Humanitarian Intervention Psychosocial Assistance and Peacekeeping -- Peacekeeping and the Psychology of Conflict Resolution -- Creating a Durable Peace: Psychological Aspects of Rebuilding and Reforming the Indigenous Criminal Justice System -- The Psychological Consequences of Mines Left Behind Following a Conflict -- Postconflict Peacebuilding and Making Efforts Count Reconstruction Elections and Beyond -- Forgiveness Reconciliation and the Contribution of International Peacekeeping -- The Peace Process at Its Culmination The Reconciliation Elections -- Treating the New World Disorder.