Preventive diplomacy, preventive defense, and conflict resolution: a report of two conferences at Stanford University and the Ditchley Foundation
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agenda Carnegie Commission Carnegie Corporation Center civilian Commission on Preventing concept conference Conflict Management conflict prevention Conflict Resolution cooperation David Hamburg deter diplomacy and conflict diplomacy and preventive diplomatic Director discussion Ditchley Foundation early warning economic effective efforts Emeritus engagement flict Foreign Policy global incipient nuclear rivalry India and Pakistan India-Pakistan Institute International Studies intervention intrastate involvement John Shalikashvili Kashmir conflict leaders legitimacy limited line of control mediation ment military-to-military multilateral Nik Gowing nonproliferation regime nuclear tests official opportunities participants peace policy tools political posed practical Preventing Deadly Conflict prevention and management Preventive Defense Project preventive deployments preventive diplomacy problem Professor Program promote regional organizations response risk role sanctions Senior Fellow South Asia sovereignty Stanford University Stanford-Harvard Preventive Defense strategies third-party preventive actions threats tion tive diplomacy U.S. government U.S. military U.S. policy United Nations UNPREDEP violence Warren Christopher weapons William Perry William Zartman