4 edition of Peace and negotiation found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Diane Wolfthal.|
|Series||Arizona studies in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance ;, v. 4|
|Contributions||Wolfthal, Diane., Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies. Conference|
|LC Classifications||D104 .P43 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxx, 265 p. :|
|Number of Pages||265|
|LC Control Number||00358108|
Weapons Of Peace, a historical World War II thriller book by Peter D. Johnston, bestselling author of Negotiating With Giants. Pre-order the novel now! This book discusses the role of time in peace negotiations and peace processes in the post-Cold War period, making reference to real-world negotiations and using comparative data. Deadlines are increasingly used by mediators to spur deadlocked negotiation processes, under the assumption that fixed time limits tend to favour : Taylor And Francis.
Getting to YES- Fisher, Ury, Patton is a must read. I had it in a course called Managing Negotiations. You can buy it here: Getting to Yes: Negotiating Agreement Without Giving In: Roger Fisher, William L. Ury, Bruce Patton: Amazo. Overall, Negotiating Arab and Israeli Peace is an excellent book and something that any Middle East negotiator could benefit from reading. The gap that exists within the book is largely around ways to facilitate a successful negotiation strategy that can ultimately foster the implementation of the lessons purported by authors Kurtzer and Lasensky/5.
Handbook of Peace and Conflict Studies book. Handbook of Peace and Conflict Studies. DOI link for Handbook of Peace and Conflict Studies. Peru and Ecuador, and now perhaps the conﬂict in Aceh – have been settled or ‘resolved’ through a process of negotiation, upsetting a longstanding, post-Westphalian trend where wars traditionally Cited by: 6. "Peace and friendship." This noble phrase, emblazoned on the back of silver peace medals given by American presidents to chiefs of important tribes in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries represents an ideal of interactions between American or European governments and Native American tribes. This book presents the stories of people and events behind the medals.
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Bertram I. Spector's book provides detailed discussion on the relationship between conflict and corruption, stresses the value and benefits of integrity provisions, and provides helpful negotiation advice for both international mediators and normal folk alike.4/5(1).
In "Getting to Peace: Transforming Conflict at Home, At Work, and In the World" William Ury, a world famous negotiator, brings his years of experience to the average person. The book takes the view that conflict always has three sides, the two opposing sides and the third side which is that of a by: About the Author.
Stella Ting-Toomey (PhD, University of Washington) is a professor of human communication at California State University, Fullerton (CSUF). She has published numerous books and over more than articles/chapters on the topics of intercultural conflict competence and ethnic identity negotiation : Paperback.
Peace was far from a pale, static concept - a simple lack of violence - in the Middle Ages and Renaissance. Rather, it was at times constructed as a rich and complex, positive and dynamic ideal. The thirteen articles in this volume cover a broad range of disciplines, times, and geographical areas and explore strategies that were used in the.
Peace Negotiations and Agreements. SANAM NARAGHI ANDERLINI. Negotiations to end wars are never simple. They involve compromises, consensus-building and some level of mutual trust. Often parties negotiate because they recognise the gains that can be made, but even “interest-based” negotiations require enemies to trust each Size: KB.
3 Negotiation and international conﬂict 35 Fen Osler Hampson, Chester A. Crocker and Pamela R. Aall 4 Mediation 51 Sara Horowitz 5 Former Yugoslavia and Iraq: a comparative analysis of international con ﬂict mismanagement 64 Jan Oberg 6 Peace studies and peace politics: multicultural common security in North–South con ﬂict situations Peacebuilding is a constant negotiation process.
Negotiations do not stop after the conclusion of a peace agreement; peacebuilding goals and practice continue to be negotiated at every step of policymaking. Thus the success of peacebuilding also depends on how negotiations fare during implementation.
negotiation theory, introduces basic definitions and concepts, and provides an overview of some of the main schools of thought contributing to the existing negotiation literature. Section four provides an overview of the essential elements of principled negotiations, and.
(New York Review of Books) " a trenchant guidebook" (Newsweek) "Negotiating Arab-Israeli Peace is a tour de force that deserves wide readership not only in the official, journalistic, and think tank worlds but also in academia/5(7).
The end of the twentieth- and beginning of the twenty-first centuries have witnessed a large scale increase in demands for international peace keeping mechanisms.
Because of a complex history of spread and power, English has become the de facto lingua franca of international communication and negotiation, and the inevitable accompaniment to this is the growth in. He is the author of Negotiation: The Art of Getting What You Want, originally published by Signet Books, and the Master Sales Negotiator audio/video program.
Michael Schatzki received his B.A., Magna Cum Laude, from Haverford College, and an M.P.A. from the Woodrow Wilson School of Princeton University. His website is e Size: KB. Negotiating Peace and Confronting Corruption is a new book authored by the Center's Executive Director, Bertram I.
Spector, and published by the United States Institute of Peace Press in Spector argues that peace and economic recovery in post-conflict societies are more likely and more durable when good governance and anti-corruption reforms are included as central.
This was the first book to come out on this subject. Frank Bolz is one of the founding fathers of hostage negotiation in the New York City Police Department.
His book tells the story about how negotiations got started in New York and what the basic concepts were. Nicolson has very wise advice on negotiation. He says you must be patient, precise, tell the truth and not have too big an ego.
I was negotiating in Northern Ireland injust after the collapse of the peace process between the Democratic Unionist Party and Sinn Fein. I was negotiating with Sinn Fein in a monastery in west Belfast.
The kaiser had already abdicated, or given up his power, and a new German government awaited a peace treaty that would formally end the war. The Germans had hoped to negotiate a cease-fire based on principles set forth in a speech given by US president Woodrow Wilson in January The book offers a critical analysis of legitimacy in peacebuilding, with a focus on peace negotiations and civil society participation in particular.
The aim of this book is to unpack the meaning of legitimacy for the population in peacebuilding processes and the relationship this has with civil society involvement. This book discusses the role of time in peace negotiations and peace processes in the post-Cold War period, making reference to real-world negotiations and using comparative data.
Deadlines are increasingly used by mediators to spur deadlocked negotiation processes, under the assumption that fixed time limits tend to favour : Marco Pinfari. This is a list of books about negotiation and negotiation theory by year of publication. Jung, Stefanie; Krebs, Peter (). The Essentials of Contract Negotiation.
Springer. ISBN Baarslag, Tim (). Psychological dimensions to war and peace. This book is the first and only practical guide to negotiating peace. In this ground-breaking book Sven Koopmans, who is both a peace negotiator and a scholar, discusses the practice, politics, and law of international mediation.
With both depth and a light touch he explores successful as well as failed attempts to settle the wars of the world, building on decades of historical. Weapons of Peace, which I believe is the first full-length novel to explicitly explore the art and science of negotiation in such detail, is my own humble attempt to tell a good story that also broadens the awareness and application of advanced influence skills.
By learning from history, we are informed for the future. Psychological and Political Strategies for Peace Negotiation is an important reference for psychologists, negotiators, mediators, and battle managers, along with for school college students and researchers in worldwide, cross-cultural and peace psychology analysis.Peace by Ordeal: An Account, from First-hand Sources, of the Negotiation and Signature of the Anglo-Irish Treaty, Frank Pakenham Earl of Longford Cape, - Anglo-Irish Treaty, 4/5(1).The connection between negotiations and peace processes rests on two apparently straightforward and seemingly persuasive propositions.
They are that tangible evidence of a commitment to peace on the part of the major combatants is needed to create the right climate for negotiations to end violent political conflict and that the pursuit of a Cited by: