By Ho-Won Jeong
Conflict administration and Resolution offers scholars with an outline of the most theories of clash administration and clash answer, and should equip them to reply to the complicated phenomena of overseas clash.
The booklet covers those 4 key strategies in detail:
It examines the best way to hinder, deal with and at last get to the bottom of numerous kinds of clash that originate from inter-state and inter-group festival, and expands the prevailing scope of clash administration and backbone theories by means of interpreting rising theories at the identification, energy and structural dimensions of opposed relationships. the amount is designed to reinforce our realizing of potent reaction ideas to clash in a number of social settings in addition to violent struggles, and makes use of quite a few case reports, either prior and present. those contain the Iranian and North Korean nuclear guns programmes, the warfare in Lebanon, the Arab-Israeli clash, civil wars in Africa, and ethnic conflicts in Europe and Asia.
This e-book should be crucial examining for all scholars of clash administration and determination, mediation, peacekeeping, peace and clash reviews and diplomacy in general.
Ho-Won Jeong is Professor of clash research and determination, George Mason college, united states. He has released 9 books within the box of diplomacy, peace and clash reviews. he's additionally a senior editor of the foreign magazine of Peace stories.
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