Mary Kaldor is Professor and Director of the Centre for the Study of Global Governance, London School of Economics and Political Science. She was a founder member of European Nuclear Disarmament (END), founder and co-chair of the Helsinki Citizens’ Assembly, and a member of the International Independent Commission to investigate the Kosovo Crisis.
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Lecture: American Military vs Cosmopolitanism
Books by Mary Kaldor
The Ultimate Weapon is No Weapon
by Mary Kaldor & Shannon D. Beebe, Mary H. Kaldor
This is a wonderful review of how military doctrine is changing. One of the book’s authors, Shannon Beebe, was a U.S. army colonel. He read some of Mary Kaldor’s earlier books and wrote to her. ‘What you’re saying about the nature of warfare is true,’ he said, ‘because I’m experiencing it.’
Interviews with Mary Kaldor
The best books on War, recommended by Mary Kaldor
The Director of the Centre for the Study of Global Governance at the London School of Economics says there is fine line between being a hero and being a murderer – that’s why the Geneva convention matters
Interviews where books by Mary Kaldor were recommended
The best books on Non-Military Solutions to Political Conflict, recommended by David Cortright
David Cortright, Notre Dame peace studies expert, identifies and rejects one of the myths about non-violent action: that it only works in liberal democracies. He outlines that non-violent protests can achieve their aims, that terrorism can only cease through negotiation, and that wars rarely have winners.