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Multilateral Negotiation and Mediation: Instruments and Methods is a collection of papers that covers various areas of concerns in international mediation and negotiation. The materials examine the several aspects negotiation and mediation. The title first covers negotiations with security councils, and then proceeds to tackling regional and inter-regional negotiations. Next, the selection deals with the small-state factor in dispute settlement. The text also talks about disarmament negotiations and north-south negotiations. The last chapter covers international law and negotiation. The book will be of great use diplomats, government officials, and political scientists. Readers who have a keen interest on the mechanisms of diplomacy will also benefit from the text.
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Part 1: Security Council Negotiations
Chapter 1. The Security Council as an Instrument for Peace
Part 2: Regional Negotiations
Chapter 2. OAS Negotiations
Chapter 3. Arab League Negotiations
Chapter 4. Multilateral Diplomacy in the Arab-Israeli Conflict
Part 3: Inter-Regional Negotiations
Chapter 5. Commonwealth Cross Sections: Prenegotiation to Minimize Conflict and to Develop Cooperation
Part 4: The Small-State Factor in Dispute Settlement
Chapter 6. Small States and the Peaceful Settlement of Disputes
Part 5: Disarmament Negotiations
Chapter 7. Multilateral Forums
Chapter 8. The Search for Common Ground among the Superpowers
Part 6: North-South Negotiations
Chapter 9. A Methodological Summary
Chapter 10. The Main Forces at Work
Part 7: International Law and Negotiation
Chapter 11. International Law, Mediation, and Negotiation
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- No. of pages:
- © Pergamon 1985
- 1st January 1985
- eBook ISBN:
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