Implementing Negotiated Agreements: The Real Challenge to Intrastate Peace

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T.M.C. Asser Press, May 31, 2007 - Law - 348 pages
The implementation challenge in intrastate peace processes: an analysis -- Recurrent challenges to the implementation of intrastate peace agreements: the resistance of state authorities -- Reflections on implementation mechanisms of selected autonomy, self-rule and similar arrangements -- The implementation of the Good Friday Agreement in Northern Ireland -- The Discordant Accord: challenges in the implementation of the Chittagong Hill Tracts Accord of 1997 -- Challenges faced by Tibetans in reaching a lasting agreement with China -- From compromise to process: the implementation of the South Tyrolean autonomy -- Third party involvement in the negotiation and implementation of intrastate peace agreements -- The role or third parties in the negotiation and implementation of intrastate agreements: an experience based approach to UN involvement in intrastate conflicts -- Implementing the framework agreements in Macedonia: the role of the international community -- Adjudication of intrastate disputes: a review of possible mechanisms -- The settlement of Treaty of Waitangi Claims of Maori groups in Aotearoa/New Zealand

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Miek Boltjes is Kreddha Europe's director of dialogue facilitation.

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