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The Resource International conflict resolution after the Cold War, Committee on International Conflict Resolution ; Paul C. Stern and Daniel Druckman, editors

International conflict resolution after the Cold War, Committee on International Conflict Resolution ; Paul C. Stern and Daniel Druckman, editors

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International conflict resolution after the Cold War
Title
International conflict resolution after the Cold War
Statement of responsibility
Committee on International Conflict Resolution ; Paul C. Stern and Daniel Druckman, editors
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
  • And Conclusion. p. 328
  • And Conclusion. p. 562
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VVN
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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  • 1944-
  • 1939-
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  • Stern, Paul C.
  • Druckman, Daniel
  • National Research Council (U.S.)
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  • Pacific settlement of international disputes
  • Mediation, International
Label
International conflict resolution after the Cold War, Committee on International Conflict Resolution ; Paul C. Stern and Daniel Druckman, editors
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Preface
  • 1.
  • Conflict Resolution in a Changing World
  • p. 1
  • Traditional and Emerging Strategies for International Conflict Resolution.
  • p. 3
  • What Works in a Changed World?.
  • p. 9
  • Challenge of Developing Usable Knowledge.
  • p. 12
  • About the Studies.
  • p. 15
  • Some Recurring Themes.
  • p. 32
  • 2.
  • Evaluating Interventions in History: The Case of International Conflict Resolution/
  • Paul C. Stern
  • Daniel Druckman
  • p. 38
  • Challenges of Evaluation.
  • p. 42
  • Meeting the Challenges.
  • p. 55
  • Conclusion.
  • p. 76
  • 3.
  • Defining Moment: The Threat and Use of Force in American Foreign Policy Since 1989/
  • Barry M. Blechman
  • Tamara Cofman Wittes
  • p. 90
  • How Threats Are Evaluated.
  • p. 94
  • Case Studies.
  • p. 100
  • Conclusion.
  • p. 112
  • 4.
  • Economic Sanctions and Post-Cold War Conflicts: Challenges for Theory and Policy/
  • Bruce W. Jentleson
  • p. 123
  • Conceptual and Methodological Issues in Sanctions Research.
  • p. 125
  • Analytical Framework: Sanctions as a Coercive Bargaining Strategy.
  • p. 131
  • Sanctions in the Post-Cold War Era: Patterns and Analysis.
  • p. 141
  • Toward a Strategy of "Sanctions Realism": Challenges for Theory and Policy.
  • p. 161
  • 5.
  • Spoiler Problems in Peace Processes/
  • Stephen John Stedman
  • p. 178
  • Spoilers: A Preliminary Typology.
  • p. 180
  • Strategies of Spoiler Management.
  • p. 183
  • Case Studies of Spoiler Management.
  • p. 189
  • Spoiler Management: Evaluating Success and Failure.
  • p. 210
  • Conclusion.
  • p. 219
  • 6.
  • Ripeness: The Hurting Stalemate and Beyond/
  • I. William Zartman
  • p. 225
  • Ripeness Theory in Practice.
  • p. 226
  • Ripeness in Action.
  • p. 232
  • Proposed Refinements to the Theory.
  • p. 235
  • Conclusion.
  • p. 245
  • John Marks
  • Joseph V. Montville
  • Vamik Volkan
  • p. 251
  • 7.
  • Interactive Conflict Resolution: A View for Policy Makers on Making and Building Peace/
  • Harold H. Saunders
  • Louise Diamond
  • Herbert C. Kelman
  • Multilevel Peace Process.
  • p. 253
  • Interactive Conflict Resolution: What Is It?.
  • p. 255
  • Interactive Conflict Resolution: Principles and Process.
  • p. 259
  • Evaluating Interactive Conflict Resolution.
  • p. 263
  • Snapshots of Interactive Conflict Resolution.
  • p. 267
  • What Have We Learned? The Challenges of Cumulative Experience.
  • p. 290
  • 8.
  • Interactive Conflict Resolution: Issues in Theory, Methodology, and Evaluation/
  • Nadim N. Rouhana
  • p. 294
  • Methods and Objectives in Interactive Conflict Resolution.
  • p. 296
  • Ascertaining that Interactive Conflict Resolution Attains Its Microobjectives.
  • p. 305
  • Does Interactive Conflict Resolution Attain Its Macrogoals?.
  • p. 310
  • Conceptualizing the Impact of Interactive Conflict Resolution: Plausible Effects.
  • p. 312
  • Research and Methodological Issues.
  • p. 318
  • Why the Impact of Interactive Conflict Resolution is Likely to Be Overestimated.
  • p. 324
  • Increasing the Value and Augmenting the Impact of Interactive Conflict Resolution.
  • p. 326
  • Summary and Conclusion.
  • p. 328
  • 9.
  • Past Truths, Present Dangers: The Role of Official Truth Seeking in Conflict Resolution and Prevention/
  • Priscilla B. Hayner
  • p. 338
  • Emergence of Truth Commissions as a Transitional Tool.
  • p. 339
  • Truth Commissions and the Prevention or Resolution of Violent Conflicts.
  • p. 356
  • Gauging Success.
  • p. 368
  • Conclusion.
  • p. 373
  • 10.
  • New Challenges to Conflict Resolution: Humanitarian Nongovernmental Organizations in Complex Emergencies/
  • Janice Gross Stein
  • p. 383
  • Complex Humanitarian Emergencies and the New Challenges.
  • p. 385
  • Evidence and Case Selection.
  • p. 390
  • Critics: Humanitarianism as an Obstacle to Conflict Resolution.
  • p. 390
  • Addressing the Challenge.
  • p. 398
  • Conclusion.
  • p. 411
  • 11.
  • Electoral Systems and Conflict in Divided Societies/
  • Ben Reilly
  • Andrew Reynolds
  • p. 420
  • Introduction.
  • p. 420
  • Developing an Analytical Framework for a Contingent Theory of Electoral System Design.
  • p. 429
  • World of Electoral Systems.
  • p. 437
  • Importance of the Process Which Led to the Choice of Electoral System.
  • p. 441
  • Electoral Systems and Conflict Management.
  • p. 446
  • Conclusions.
  • p. 462
  • Advice for Policy Makers.
  • p. 473
  • 12.
  • Autonomy as a Strategy for Diffusing Conflict/
  • Yash Ghai
  • p. 483
  • Autonomy as a Conflict-Resolving Device.
  • p. 483
  • Legal Bases for Autonomy.
  • p. 489
  • Pros and Cons of Autonomy: An Overview of Experience and Some Arguments.
  • p. 494
  • Criteria for Judging the Success of Autonomy.
  • p. 501
  • Experiences of Autonomy: Propositions.
  • p. 504
  • Conclusion.
  • p. 524
  • 13.
  • Language Conflict and Violence: The Straw that Strengthens the Camel's Back/
  • David D. Laitin
  • p. 531
  • Relationship of Language to Political Conflict.
  • p. 533
  • Route from Ethnic Conflict to Ethnic Violence.
  • p. 535
  • How Can a Straw Strengthen the Camel's Back?.
  • p. 541
  • Comparative Speculations.
  • p. 546
  • Policy Analysis.
  • p. 559
  • Summary and Conclusion.
  • p. 562
  • 14.
  • Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe: Its Contribution to Conflict Prevention and Resolution/
  • P. Terrence Hopmann
  • p. 569
  • Development and Institutionalization of the CSCE/OSCE.
  • p. 572
  • OSCE Role in Conflict Prevention, Cease-Fire Mediation, Conflict Resolution, and Postconflict Security Building.
  • p. 580
  • Conclusion.
  • p. 601
  • About the Authors.
  • p. 617
Control code
ocm53400738
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
xii, 626 p.
Isbn
9780309070270
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Label
International conflict resolution after the Cold War, Committee on International Conflict Resolution ; Paul C. Stern and Daniel Druckman, editors
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Preface
  • 1.
  • Conflict Resolution in a Changing World
  • p. 1
  • Traditional and Emerging Strategies for International Conflict Resolution.
  • p. 3
  • What Works in a Changed World?.
  • p. 9
  • Challenge of Developing Usable Knowledge.
  • p. 12
  • About the Studies.
  • p. 15
  • Some Recurring Themes.
  • p. 32
  • 2.
  • Evaluating Interventions in History: The Case of International Conflict Resolution/
  • Paul C. Stern
  • Daniel Druckman
  • p. 38
  • Challenges of Evaluation.
  • p. 42
  • Meeting the Challenges.
  • p. 55
  • Conclusion.
  • p. 76
  • 3.
  • Defining Moment: The Threat and Use of Force in American Foreign Policy Since 1989/
  • Barry M. Blechman
  • Tamara Cofman Wittes
  • p. 90
  • How Threats Are Evaluated.
  • p. 94
  • Case Studies.
  • p. 100
  • Conclusion.
  • p. 112
  • 4.
  • Economic Sanctions and Post-Cold War Conflicts: Challenges for Theory and Policy/
  • Bruce W. Jentleson
  • p. 123
  • Conceptual and Methodological Issues in Sanctions Research.
  • p. 125
  • Analytical Framework: Sanctions as a Coercive Bargaining Strategy.
  • p. 131
  • Sanctions in the Post-Cold War Era: Patterns and Analysis.
  • p. 141
  • Toward a Strategy of "Sanctions Realism": Challenges for Theory and Policy.
  • p. 161
  • 5.
  • Spoiler Problems in Peace Processes/
  • Stephen John Stedman
  • p. 178
  • Spoilers: A Preliminary Typology.
  • p. 180
  • Strategies of Spoiler Management.
  • p. 183
  • Case Studies of Spoiler Management.
  • p. 189
  • Spoiler Management: Evaluating Success and Failure.
  • p. 210
  • Conclusion.
  • p. 219
  • 6.
  • Ripeness: The Hurting Stalemate and Beyond/
  • I. William Zartman
  • p. 225
  • Ripeness Theory in Practice.
  • p. 226
  • Ripeness in Action.
  • p. 232
  • Proposed Refinements to the Theory.
  • p. 235
  • Conclusion.
  • p. 245
  • John Marks
  • Joseph V. Montville
  • Vamik Volkan
  • p. 251
  • 7.
  • Interactive Conflict Resolution: A View for Policy Makers on Making and Building Peace/
  • Harold H. Saunders
  • Louise Diamond
  • Herbert C. Kelman
  • Multilevel Peace Process.
  • p. 253
  • Interactive Conflict Resolution: What Is It?.
  • p. 255
  • Interactive Conflict Resolution: Principles and Process.
  • p. 259
  • Evaluating Interactive Conflict Resolution.
  • p. 263
  • Snapshots of Interactive Conflict Resolution.
  • p. 267
  • What Have We Learned? The Challenges of Cumulative Experience.
  • p. 290
  • 8.
  • Interactive Conflict Resolution: Issues in Theory, Methodology, and Evaluation/
  • Nadim N. Rouhana
  • p. 294
  • Methods and Objectives in Interactive Conflict Resolution.
  • p. 296
  • Ascertaining that Interactive Conflict Resolution Attains Its Microobjectives.
  • p. 305
  • Does Interactive Conflict Resolution Attain Its Macrogoals?.
  • p. 310
  • Conceptualizing the Impact of Interactive Conflict Resolution: Plausible Effects.
  • p. 312
  • Research and Methodological Issues.
  • p. 318
  • Why the Impact of Interactive Conflict Resolution is Likely to Be Overestimated.
  • p. 324
  • Increasing the Value and Augmenting the Impact of Interactive Conflict Resolution.
  • p. 326
  • Summary and Conclusion.
  • p. 328
  • 9.
  • Past Truths, Present Dangers: The Role of Official Truth Seeking in Conflict Resolution and Prevention/
  • Priscilla B. Hayner
  • p. 338
  • Emergence of Truth Commissions as a Transitional Tool.
  • p. 339
  • Truth Commissions and the Prevention or Resolution of Violent Conflicts.
  • p. 356
  • Gauging Success.
  • p. 368
  • Conclusion.
  • p. 373
  • 10.
  • New Challenges to Conflict Resolution: Humanitarian Nongovernmental Organizations in Complex Emergencies/
  • Janice Gross Stein
  • p. 383
  • Complex Humanitarian Emergencies and the New Challenges.
  • p. 385
  • Evidence and Case Selection.
  • p. 390
  • Critics: Humanitarianism as an Obstacle to Conflict Resolution.
  • p. 390
  • Addressing the Challenge.
  • p. 398
  • Conclusion.
  • p. 411
  • 11.
  • Electoral Systems and Conflict in Divided Societies/
  • Ben Reilly
  • Andrew Reynolds
  • p. 420
  • Introduction.
  • p. 420
  • Developing an Analytical Framework for a Contingent Theory of Electoral System Design.
  • p. 429
  • World of Electoral Systems.
  • p. 437
  • Importance of the Process Which Led to the Choice of Electoral System.
  • p. 441
  • Electoral Systems and Conflict Management.
  • p. 446
  • Conclusions.
  • p. 462
  • Advice for Policy Makers.
  • p. 473
  • 12.
  • Autonomy as a Strategy for Diffusing Conflict/
  • Yash Ghai
  • p. 483
  • Autonomy as a Conflict-Resolving Device.
  • p. 483
  • Legal Bases for Autonomy.
  • p. 489
  • Pros and Cons of Autonomy: An Overview of Experience and Some Arguments.
  • p. 494
  • Criteria for Judging the Success of Autonomy.
  • p. 501
  • Experiences of Autonomy: Propositions.
  • p. 504
  • Conclusion.
  • p. 524
  • 13.
  • Language Conflict and Violence: The Straw that Strengthens the Camel's Back/
  • David D. Laitin
  • p. 531
  • Relationship of Language to Political Conflict.
  • p. 533
  • Route from Ethnic Conflict to Ethnic Violence.
  • p. 535
  • How Can a Straw Strengthen the Camel's Back?.
  • p. 541
  • Comparative Speculations.
  • p. 546
  • Policy Analysis.
  • p. 559
  • Summary and Conclusion.
  • p. 562
  • 14.
  • Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe: Its Contribution to Conflict Prevention and Resolution/
  • P. Terrence Hopmann
  • p. 569
  • Development and Institutionalization of the CSCE/OSCE.
  • p. 572
  • OSCE Role in Conflict Prevention, Cease-Fire Mediation, Conflict Resolution, and Postconflict Security Building.
  • p. 580
  • Conclusion.
  • p. 601
  • About the Authors.
  • p. 617
Control code
ocm53400738
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
xii, 626 p.
Isbn
9780309070270
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n

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