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When Conflict Resolution Fails
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PART I ARGUMENT

CHAPTER 1 LESSONS FROM THE FRONTIERS OF FAILURE

Conflict Resolution and Second Order Social Learning

CHAPTER 2 CONFLICT RESOLUTON AND ITS ENEMIES

The World in 2015: Trends in global violence

CHAPTER 3 WHY CONFLICT RESOLUTION FAILS

Linguistic intractability and radical disagreement

CHAPTER 4 AN ALTERNATIVE TO NEGOTIATION AND DIALOGUE

Engaging radical disagreement in intractable conflict

PART II CASE STUDY

CHAPTER 5 STRATEGIC THINKING FOR POSSESSORS

Why should Israel give up anything?

CHAPTER 6 STRATEGIC THINKING FOR CHALLENGERS

How can Palestinians transform the status quo?

CHAPTER 7 STRATEGIC ENGAGEMENT

The Israeli Strategic Forum, the Palestine Strategy Group, and the Palestinian Citizens Of Israel Group

CHAPTER 8 STRATEGIC THINKING FOR THIRD PARTIES

Principled Negotiation, Strategic Negotiation and the Kerry Initiative

PART III IMPLICATIONS

CHAPTER 9 EXTENDED CONFLICT RESOLUTION

Other phases, other levels, other conflicts

CHAPTER 10 EXPLORING RADICAL DISAGREEMENT

Taking agonistic dialogue seriously

CHAPTER 11 UNDERSTANDING RADICAL DISAGREEMENT

Is there a theory of radical disagreement?

CHAPTER 12 LIVING WITH RADICAL DISAGREEMENT

Facing an agonistic future

About the Author

Oliver Ramsbotham is Emeritus Professor of Conflict Resolution at the University of Bradford and President of the Conflict Research Society. He is co-author of the bestselling and hugely popular survey of the field Contemporary Conflict Resolution, now in its fourth edition.

Reviews

AThis well-informed and nuanced analysis offers one of the most incisive treatments of the Israel/Palestine conflict available. Among books in the field, there is really nothing quite like it.A
Alan Dowty, University of Notre Dame

AWhen Conflict Resolution Fails extends RamsbothamAs groundbreaking work on Aradical disagreementA. Using the Israeli-Palestinian conflict as its main case, it describes a form of Aextended conflict resolutionA, built around ideas and practices of Astrategic engagementA, that challenges our understanding of the role of third parties and proposes what may be, ethically, the outer limits of conflict resolution itself. An important and necessarily sobering book.A
Kevin Avruch, George Mason University

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