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Coordination in Conflict Prevention, Conflict Resolution and Peacebuilding

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This issue of International Negotiation focuses on coordination in conflict resolution. It includes nine articles that discuss theoretical concerns and practical insights about coordination among organizations involved in various aspects of conflict prevention, conflict resolution and peacebuilding, highlighting the utility of applying negotiation theory to the analysis of their relationships, interactions, and cooperative processes. This article presents a thematic overview of the articles and concludes by outlining areas for further development of theory and practice.

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2006-04-01
2016-12-04

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