Using Carrots To Bring Peace?: Negotiation And Third Party Involvement

Using Carrots To Bring Peace?: Negotiation And Third Party Involvement

Negotiation and Third Party Involvement

Martina Klimesova

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How can peace be brokered between warring sides in conflicts over self-determination and what roles do external third parties play? This book is the first of its kind to thoroughly explore the effectiveness of aid conditionality and other external tools that third parties — from states and regional organizations to NGOs — bring to the table in peace negotiations. Surveying the existing academic debate on incentives and peace conditionality, the author first identifies the gaps between theory and the needs of third party mediators and facilitators. Analysing in depth the negotiation processes in Sri Lanka (Eelam), Indonesia (Aceh), and the Philippines (Mindanao) as case studies, policy tools likely to be most effective are then identified and policy recommendations developed. This book is an invaluable resource for students, scholars, and practitioners alike.

How can peace be brokered between warring sides in conflicts over self-determination and what roles do external third parties play? This book is the first of its kind to thoroughly explore the effectiveness of aid conditionality and other external tools that third parties — from states and regional organizations to NGOs — bring to the table in peace negotiations. Surveying the existing academic debate on incentives and peace conditionality, the author first identifies the gaps between theory and the needs of third party mediators and facilitators. Analysing in depth the negotiation processes in Sri Lanka (Eelam), Indonesia (Aceh), and the Philippines (Mindanao) as case studies, policy tools likely to be most effective are then identified and policy recommendations developed. This book is an invaluable resource for students, scholars, and practitioners alike.

Readership: Academics, undergraduate and graduates students, professionals interested in peace negotiation and conflict resolution.
Key Features:
  • First of its kind to thoroughly describes peace and aid conditionality in the context of negotation processes
  • Combines in a very unique way the existing negotiation theories which explain what makes a negotiation process successful
  • Provides practical advice to conflict resolution practitioners on tools and negotiation concepts that are likely to be most effective
  • Offers a detailed account of three negotiation processes of three conflicts in Southeast Asia


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