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(partial) The causes of war, W Keeney. Explaining political violence: a dynamic modelling approach, J M Richardson, Jr. Technology - generating or deterring conflict in Europe, A M Saperstein. Aid programs to people to offset terrorism, A B Swanson. Impact of technological developments on conflict resolution in South Asia, K L Dalal. Global world modeling via simulation in creating supplementary ways for improving international stability, H Guetzkow. A new generation of the 'FUGI' model - a global early warning system for national and international conflicts, A Onishi. Dynamic models for international stability, P Kopacek & F Breitenecker. Neighbourhood relations and international conflicts, P N Murthy & M R Pai. The socio-systems theory based on activity, Fan Xi-Bo & Tu Xu-Yen. Trade-off convergence in technological induced conflict, A Wiener. Resolution of retributive conflicts, T L Saaty. Technologies of mediation: an assessment of methods for the mediation of international conflicts, W Ascher & S R Brown. Hierarchical multiobjective risk trade-off framework for conflict resolution through negotiation, Y Y Haimes. A technological equivalent of war, R W Fogg. The language and technology of peacefare, N M Renfrew. Societal vulnerability and (inter)national stability, J J Schwarz. Swedish technological contributions to international disarmament and conflict resolution, S Hellman. A cybernetic approach to resolving international conflicts, H Chestnut.
1500 lit. refs. approx., 30 illus. approx.
This book investigates technology's potential for stimulating and strengthening approaches that can lead to the peaceful solution of international conflicts. It discusses the causes of war; the political and social implications of neighbourhood and international involvement, and evaluates various aid programmes. Models are applied to methods of mediation and simulating power distribution and decision making to show how modern technology can be used to promote resolution in the event of conflict.
For control technologists, political scientists, military scientists and students of international affairs.
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- © Pergamon 1987
- 31st March 1987
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SWIIS Foundation Inc, Schenectady, NY, USA
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