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Conflict Mediation in the Arab World / edited by Ibrahim Fraihat and Isak Svensson.

Contributor(s): Material type: Computer fileComputer fileSeries: Contemporary Issues in the Middle EastPublisher: Syracuse, New York : Syracuse University Press, 2023Copyright date: ©2023Description: 1 online resource (i, 463 pages) : illustrationsContent type:
  • text
Media type:
  • computer
Carrier type:
  • online resource
ISBN:
  • 9780815656951
Subject(s): Genre/Form: LOC classification:
  • DS63.123 .C664 2023
Contents:
Peace Agreements in the Middle East : A Regional Challenge to Mediation -- The Impossible Mandate for Mediation : Exclusionary Approaches to Conflict Resolution in Libya, Syria, and Yemen -- Current Challenges in Utilizing National Dialogue Mechanisms in Arab Local Political Context -- UN Mediation in the Syrian Crisis : From Kofi Annan through Lakhdar Brahimi to Staffan de Mistura -- Mediation in Syria, 2016-19 : A Tale of Two Processes -- Exploring United Nations Mediation Efforts in Yemen (2011-2019) -- The Legitimacy Puzzle in the UN Mediation of the Libyan Conflict -- International Mediation in the Wake of a Failed Peace Agreement : Post-Agreement Mediation to Resolve the Civil War in Darfur -- When Do Mediators Say 'No' : American Resistance to Mediating the Gulf Diplomatic Crisis -- The Intra-Palestinian Dialogue 2007-2017 : A Negotiated Disagreement? -- Omani Mediation Diplomacy and the Concept of Concealment -- American Mediation in the Middle East Conflict : A House Built on Sand -- Paths to Inclusion: Civil Society Involvement during the Peace Process in Algeria -- Mediation between Sunni and Shi'a Arabs in Iraq : Attempts, Assessment, and Adversity in Mediating in Post-2003 -- Hybrid Conflict Resolution and Justice in South West State, Somalia.
Summary: "This title focuses on mediation at three different levels of analysis: between countries, between governments and armed actors inside single countries, and between different communities. In applying this holistic method, the editors identify similarities and differences in the conditions for conflict resolution and management. Drawing upon the work of experts in the field with a deep understanding of the increasing complexities and changing dynamics of the region, this volume is a resource for academics, policy makers, and practitioners interested in conflict resolution and management in the Middle East and North Africa"
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Peace Agreements in the Middle East : A Regional Challenge to Mediation -- The Impossible Mandate for Mediation : Exclusionary Approaches to Conflict Resolution in Libya, Syria, and Yemen -- Current Challenges in Utilizing National Dialogue Mechanisms in Arab Local Political Context -- UN Mediation in the Syrian Crisis : From Kofi Annan through Lakhdar Brahimi to Staffan de Mistura -- Mediation in Syria, 2016-19 : A Tale of Two Processes -- Exploring United Nations Mediation Efforts in Yemen (2011-2019) -- The Legitimacy Puzzle in the UN Mediation of the Libyan Conflict -- International Mediation in the Wake of a Failed Peace Agreement : Post-Agreement Mediation to Resolve the Civil War in Darfur -- When Do Mediators Say 'No' : American Resistance to Mediating the Gulf Diplomatic Crisis -- The Intra-Palestinian Dialogue 2007-2017 : A Negotiated Disagreement? -- Omani Mediation Diplomacy and the Concept of Concealment -- American Mediation in the Middle East Conflict : A House Built on Sand -- Paths to Inclusion: Civil Society Involvement during the Peace Process in Algeria -- Mediation between Sunni and Shi'a Arabs in Iraq : Attempts, Assessment, and Adversity in Mediating in Post-2003 -- Hybrid Conflict Resolution and Justice in South West State, Somalia.

"This title focuses on mediation at three different levels of analysis: between countries, between governments and armed actors inside single countries, and between different communities. In applying this holistic method, the editors identify similarities and differences in the conditions for conflict resolution and management. Drawing upon the work of experts in the field with a deep understanding of the increasing complexities and changing dynamics of the region, this volume is a resource for academics, policy makers, and practitioners interested in conflict resolution and management in the Middle East and North Africa"

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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, MI : ProQuest, 2018. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest affiliated libraries.

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