Words over war: mediation and arbitration to prevent deadly conflict

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Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Jan 28, 2000 - Law - 447 pages
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The international community can creatively and aggressively address deadly conflict through mediation, arbitration, and the development of international institutions to promote reconciliation. The editors of this book designed a systematic framework with which contributors compare third party intervention in twelve conflicts of the post-Cold War period. They examine the role of international organizations-the United Nations, international development banks, and international law institutions-and they analyze the tools and forms of leverage in successful and unsuccessful mediations.

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Contents

Background and Analytical Perspectives
1
Separation of Nations
13
International Mediation
35
Copyright

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Greenberg is an adjunct professor at Georgetown Law Center and a lecturer at law at Standford Law School.

Barton is George E. Osborne Professor of Law at the Stanford Law School.

McGuiness is completing her JD at Stanford Law School.