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Peace Processes under Conditions of Uncertain Sovereignty

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This article examines two instances of violent internal rebellion (Ivory Coast and the Philippines) that have escalated in intensity to the level of domestic insurgencies. Each insurgency operates on behalf of a population that has articulated claims of religious and ethnic discrimination by the state. In each case, the parties to the conflict have jointly approved international mediation of their disputes. In one instance, the mediating effort was repudiated by both parties, while in the other, the mediation process achieved significant progress in obtaining an agreement between the parties. The argument herein suggests that this disparity can be explained by examining the pace at which the different mediation teams implemented their effort.

Affiliations: 1: Government & Politics Department, Humboldt State University, Arcata. CA 95521 USA


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