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Catherine Barnes Celia McKeon and Aaron Griffiths
external roles in changing the strategic
Harnessing incentives for peace
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Abkhaz Abkhaz side Abkhazia agenda apartheid armed assistance benefits Bougainville ceasefire civil society coercive Conciliation Resources conflict parties conflict resolution context coordination Cote d'lvoire credibility crisis Cyprus Darfur decommissioning democratic diplomatic donors economic effective efforts elections encourage engagement EU's European external actors facilitation forces funding Georgia goals Greek Cypriot groups guarantees Hamas human rights humanitarian impact implementation incentives influence initiatives institutions international community International Criminal Court involved isolation Israel Juba talks Klerk leaders leadership LTTE mechanisms mediation military monitoring negotiation process non-state Northern Ireland organizations Palestinian participation peace agreement peace process peace process Issue peacekeeping peacemaking strategy political position potential President pressure reforms relations republicans Roelf Meyer role Russia sanctions and conditionality Security Council Sinn Fein solution South Africa Sri Lanka Sudan Sudanese sustainable talks targeted terrorist threats Turkish Cypriots Uganda violence weapons disposal