Paving the Way : Contributions of Interactive Conflict Resolution to Peacemaking
Paving the Way offers insights into the conditions and qualities of successful programs of interactive conflict resolution from experts in the field. Editor 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-Equador peace process of the late 1990s.
- Paperback | 262 pages
- 147.3 x 223.5 x 22.9mm | 385.56g
- 01 Jul 2005
- Lexington Books
- Lanham, MD, United States
Table of contents
Chapter 1 Introduction: Analyzing Successful Transfer Effects in Interactive Conflict Resolution Chapter 2 Ending Confrontation between Indonesia and Malaysia: A Pioneering Contribution to International Problem Solving Chapter 3 Interactive Problem Solving in the Israeli-Palestinian Case: Past Contributions and Present Challenges Chapter 4 The Maryland Problem-Solving Forums: Edward Azar's Lebanon Chapter 5 Learning from the Mozambique Peace Process: The Role of the Community of Sant'Egidio Chapter 6 Contributions of a Semi-Official Prenegotiation Initiative in South Africa: Afrikaaner-ANC Meetings in England, 1987-1990 Chapter 7 Sustained Dialogue in Tajikistan: Transferring Learning from the Public to the Official Peace Process Chapter 8 Second Track Conflict Resolution Processes in the Moldova Conflict, 1993-2000: Problems and Possibilities Chapter 9 Track One-and-a-Half Diplomacy: Contributions to Georgian-South Ossetian Peacemaking Chapter 10 The Peru-Ecuador Peace Process: The Contribution of Track-Two Diplomacy Chapter 11 Conclusion: Evidence for the Essential Contributions of Interactive Conflict Resolution
About Ronald J. Fisher
Ronald J. Fisher is Professor of International Peace and Conflict Resolution at the School of International Service at American University. He is the author, most recently, of Interactive Conflict Resolution and is recognized as a leader in the field of applied social psychology.