Peace within the old global: techniques and Theories conducts a comparative research of why convinced historic societies produced specific techniques and theories of peace and others did not.
- Explores the concept that thoughts of peace in antiquity happened in basic terms during times that skilled unparalleled premiums of warfare
- Utilizes case experiences of civilizations in China, India, Egypt, and Greece
- Complements the 2007 quantity War and Peace within the historic World, drawing on principles from that paintings and offering a extra entire examination
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