Preventive Negotiation: Avoiding Conflict Escalation

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I. William Zartman
Rowman & Littlefield, 2001 - 336 頁
Negotiation lies at the core of preventive diplomacy. This study is unusual in approaching preventive diplomacy by issue areas: it looks at the way in which preventive negotiation has been practiced, notes its characteristics, and then suggests how lessons can be transferred from one area to another, but only when particular conditions warrant such a transfer. The distinguished contributing authors treat eleven issues: boundary problems, territorial claims, ethnic conflict, divided states, state disintegration, cooperative disputes, trade wars, transboundary environmental disputes, global natural disasters, global security conflicts, and labor disputes. The editor's conclusion draws out general themes about the nature of preventive diplomacy.

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Preventive Diplomacy Setting the Stage
1
Boundary Conflicts Drawing the Line
19
Territorial Conflicts Claiming the Land
41
Peacemaking Processes Forestalling Return to Ethnic Violence
67
Divided States Reunifying without Conquest
91
Disintegrating States Separating without Violence
113
Cooperative Disputes Knowing When to Negotiate
165
Trade Wars Keeping Conflict Out of Competition
187
Global Natural Disasters Securing Freedom from Damage
227
Global Security Conflicts I Controlling Arms Races
243
Global Security Conflicts II Controlling Alliance Crisis
263
Labor Disputes Making Use of Regimes
279
Conclusion Discounting the Cost
305
A Summary of Key Propositions Emerging from Considerations of Conflict Prevention and Labor Relations Systems
319
Index
323
About the Contributors
335

Transboundary Disputes Keeping Backyards Clean
205

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I. William Zartman is Jacob Blaustein Professor of International Organizations and Conflict Resolution and director of the African studies and conflict management programs at The Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies, The Johns Hopkins University.

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