Paving the Way: Contributions of Interactive Conflict Resolution to Peacemaking
Ronald J. Fisher
Lexington Books, 2005 - Political Science - 251 pages
"Ronald J. Fisher has assembled a collection of seminal case studies that illustrate interactive approaches to conflict resolution from the Malaysia-Indonesia conflict in the 1960s to the Peru-Ecuador peace process of the late 1990s. Integrating theory research, and practice, the cases posit that interactive conflict resolution can make a significant and sometimes essential contribution to the resolution of protracted and violent identity conflicts. The methods and solutions offered in Paving the Way will serve as best practices for those in the field and as training tools and resources for scholars and policy makers."--BOOK JACKET.
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