By Committee on International Conflict Resolution,Paul C. Stern,Daniel Druckman,Commission on Behavioral and Social Sciences and Education,Division of Behavioral and Social Sciences and Education,National Research Council
The finish of the chilly struggle has replaced the form of equipped violence on this planet and the ways that governments and others try and set its limits. Even the idea that of overseas clash is broadening to incorporate ethnic conflicts and other forms of violence inside nationwide borders which may have an effect on foreign peace and protection. what's now not but transparent is whether or not or how those alterations adjust the way in which actors at the international scene should still take care of conflict:
- Do the previous tools nonetheless work?
- Are there new instruments that may paintings better?
- How do outdated and new tools relate to every other?
International clash answer After the chilly War severely examines proof at the effectiveness of a dozen ways to dealing with or resolving clash on the earth to advance insights for clash solution practitioners. It considers fresh functions of established clash administration options, akin to using threats of strength, monetary sanctions, and negotiation. It provides the 1st systematic checks of the usefulness of a few much less conventional techniques to clash answer, together with fact commissions, "engineered" electoral structures, autonomy preparations, and nearby corporations. It additionally opens up research of rising concerns, equivalent to the dilemmas dealing with humanitarian corporations in complicated emergencies. This publication deals various sensible insights and increases key questions for examine on clash answer in a reworking global system.
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International Conflict Resolution After the Cold War by Committee on International Conflict Resolution,Paul C. Stern,Daniel Druckman,Commission on Behavioral and Social Sciences and Education,Division of Behavioral and Social Sciences and Education,National Research Council