Terminate Terrorism: Framing, Gaming, and Negotiating Conflicts
This book looks at recent, high-profile anti-American terrorism crises: the Cuban skyjacking epidemic; the Tehran hostage-taking; the Beirut kidnappings; and Al Qaeda suicide bombing. It then explains how they come to an end using a framework of conflict resolution concepts: conflict ripeness and stalemate, turning points, negotiation readiness, and interest-based bargaining combined with shifts in decision-making strategies.
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adversary Afghanistan agreement aircraft aircraft hijacking airplane to Havana al Qaeda Algiers Accord American hostages anti-American anti-American terrorism bargaining Beirut Carter cognitive cognitive framing conflict resolution conflicts of terrorism Cuba Cuban Exiles demands diplomatic dispute enemy fighting forces foreign framing gaming global Havana Outcome Hezbollah hijacker apprehended Hijacking attempt Hijacking of U.S. hostage-taking hostages released imprisoned Initiator Style interest-based International Iran releases Iran’s Iranian Iranian assets Iraq Islamic issue jihad Kidnapping killed leaders Lebanon military million mutual hurting stalemate negotiate with terrorists negotiated settlement negotiation readiness November October October Surprise officials opponent Pakistan Palestinian parties perspective political President problem Qaeda reciprocal exchange regime resolve response returned Saudi Arabia Shah side skyjacking strategy suicide bombing Taliban target government Teheran Terminating Terrorism terrorism conflict terrorist terrorist campaign threat turning points U.S. airplane U.S. citizen U.S. government U.S. Proposal United violence War on Terrorism York