This book examines how new empirical approaches to mediation can
shed fresh light on the effectiveness of different patterns of
conflict management, and offers guidelines on the process of
international mediation. International conflict mediation has
become one of, if not the most prominent and important conflict
resolution methods of the early 21st century. This book argues that
traditional approaches to mediation have been inadequate, and that
in order to really understand how the process of international
mediation works, studies need to operate within an explicit
theoretical framework, adopt systematic empirical approaches and
use a diversity of methods to identify critical interactions,
contexts and relationships. This volume captures recent important
changes in the field of international conflict mediation, and
includes essays by leading scholars on a variety of critical
aspects of conflict management, using state of the art analytical
tools and up to date data. This book will of great interest to
scholars of peace and conflict studies, methods in social science,
and of International Relations in general.
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||Routledge Studies in Security and Conflict Management
• Scott Sigmund Gartner
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