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  • Mooradian, Moorad (School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution, 2004-03-01)
    Mooradian builds on his earlier work on third party mediation in the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict to analyze the role of a Track 2 commission established to promote reconciliation between Turks and Armenians.
  • Fisher, Ronald J. (School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution, 1999-04-29)
    “Interactive conflict resolution, as I have proposed the term, refers in the first instance to the involvement of unofficial yet influential representatives of parties engaged in destructive conflict in small group, ...
  • Acland, Andrew (School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution, 1996-08)
    “The purpose of this paper is to present some informal observations and reflections around the subject of micro decision-making using as a vehicle the blend of cognitive and behavioral psychology which goes under the ...
  • Laue, James H. (School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution, 1993-03-01)
    There are three major areas I want to address tonight. First is the development of the field of conflict resolution and the establishment and growth of the Center here at George Mason. Second, I will focus on what we mean ...
  • Mitchell, Christopher (School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution, 2000-08)
    “This Working Paper is a model of using an in-depth, hands-on account of a specific case to explore and expand a body of theories and to test the efficacy of specific practices. Among the questions Mitchell considers are ...
  • Clements, Kevin P (School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution, 2002-12)
    “If I have a text for tonight it comes from that American exponent of nonviolence, Martin Luther King Jr. It was he who said: ‘Wars are poor chisels for carving out peaceful tomorrows.’ The challenge facing all of us tonight ...
  • Pruitt, Dean G. (School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution, 2005)
    Ripeness theory, in its most common version, concerns the psychological states that encourage parties who are involved in severe conflict to move into negotiation—either bilateral or mediated. This monograph first summarizes ...
  • Mitchell, Christopher (School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution, 1990-10-29)
    “Moves intended to initiate de-escalation and begin a peace process are often difficult to make and even more difficult to identify unambiguously. Two examples from recent Anglo-Argentine relations provide a basis for ...
  • Cobb, Sarah (School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution, 2004)
    This paper attempts to provide a normative basis for mediation that will hopefully complicate our ethical understanding of this practice. Specifically, I will elaborate a critique of ‘recognition,’ following Oliver (2000), ...

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