Studies in International Mediation / Edition 1by J. Bercovitch
Pub. Date: 11/04/2002
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan UK
Studies in International Mediation brings together a number of prominent scholars in the field of international relations. The central concern of the contributors is mediation effectiveness and how best to achieve it. Within these parameters, three major themes are highlighted - the determinants of mediation success, the range and diversity of mediation in the contemporary environment and new strategies of intervention. The contributors take a systematic approach to analyzing some significant aspects of mediation and consider the process in the overall context of conflict management.
Table of ContentsPreface List of Tables List of Figures Foreword: R.H.Mnookin Notes on the Contributors PART I: THEORETICAL PERSPECTIVES Introduction: Putting Mediation in Context; J.Bercovitch Mediating from Strength; P.Carnevale Mediator Behaviour and Success in Mediation; D.G.Pruitt PART II: THE RANGE OF MEDIATION EXPERIENCE Quasi-Informal Mediation in the Oslo Channel: Larsen and Holst as Individual Mediators; K.Aggestam Mediation by Regional Organizations: The Organization of African Unity (OAU) in Chada and Congo; I.W.Zartman International Organizations and Conflict Management: The United Nations and the Mediation of International Conflicts; J.Fretter Great Power Mediation: Using Leverage to Make Peace; M.Kleiboer Mediation by International Peacekeepers; J.A.Wall, D.Druckman & P.F.Diehl PART III: EXTENDING THE RANGE OF MEDIATION Interactive Problem Solving: Informal Mediation by the Scholar/Practitioner; H.C.Kelman Mediating Intermediaries: Expanding Roles of Transnational Organizations; L.Dunn & L.Kriesberg Mediation in International Business; J.W.Salacuse Two's Company but is Three a Crowd? Hypotheses about Multiparty Mediation; C.A.Crocker, F.O.Hampson & P.R.Aall Conclusion; J.Bercovitch Index
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