New Approaches to International Mediation by C. R. Mitchell, Keith Webb (Hardback, 1988)
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- Author(s)C. R. Mitchell,Keith Webb
- Date of Publication17/11/1988
- GenreInternational Relations
- Series TitleContributions in Political Science
- Series Part/Volume NumberNo. 223.
- Place of PublicationWestport
- Country of PublicationUnited States
- ImprintGreenwood Press
- Content Noteblack & white illustrations
- Weight571 g
- Width152 mm
- Height229 mm
- Spine19 mm
- Format DetailsLaminated cover
- Table Of ContentsPreface Mediation in International Relations: An Evolving Tradition by C.R. Mitchell and K. Webb The Morality of Mediation by K. Webb The Motives for Mediation by C.R. Mitchell Acceptance of Mediation Initiatives: A Preliminary Framework by John B. Stephens Mediated Negotiations in the Falklands/Malvinas Conflict by Douglas Kinney The Western Contact Group as Intermediary in the Conflict by Vivienne Jabri The Third Party Mediation in National Minority Disputes: Some Lessons from the South Tyrol Problem by T.J. Pickvance World Council of Churches Mediation and the Sudan Civil War by Hezekia Assefa The Role of Third Parties in the Negotiation of International Agreements by Andrew Williams South African Initiatives: Contrasting Options in the Mediation Process by Hendryk W. van der Merwe Hypergames as an Aid to Mediation by Peter G. Bennett Paradigms, Movements and Shifts: Indicators of a Social Inventions by Dennis J.D. Sandole
- Author BiographyC.R. MITCHELL was Professor of International Relations at the City University, London, before accepting a chair at George Mason University, Virginia. He has written extensively about the theory and practice of mediation, including The Structure of International Conflict (Macmillan 1981) and Peacemaking and the Consultant's Role (Gower Press 1981). He is a member of the Conflict Research Society and the Centre for the Analysis of Conflict. K. WEBB lectures in International Relations at University of Kent. His research and teaching interests are in the epistemology and methodology of social science and in political conflict, particularly with respect to communal and international violence and their management. He is secretary of the Conflict Research Society and a member of the Centre for the Analysis of Conflict.
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