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The Multiple Realities of International Mediation

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Marieke KleiboerLeyden Institute for Law and Public Policy, University of Leyden, The Netherlands

ISBN13: 9781555877699
ISBN: 1555877699
Published: January 1998
Publisher: Lynne Rienner Publishers
Format: Hardback
Price: £53.95



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Recent experiences have demonstrated once again the complexities of brokering an end to deep-rooted ethnic and international conflicts, as well as the difficulties of evaluating the outcomes of third-party interventions. Addressing these issues, this book offers a sophisticated approach to assessing mediation efforts and to reconstructing and interpreting mediation processes.;Kleiboer develops four models of international mediation, articulating how the explanatory logic of each singles out determinants of mediation outcomes. Her multi-model analysis of the Camp David and Falklands/Malvinas cases powerfully demonstrates the importance of being aware, when assessing success or failure, of the often obscured assumptions that underlie contending approaches to mediation.

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Contents:
Understanding International Mediation; (Re)Constructing Mediation Theory; Four Realities of International Mediation; Evaluating Mediation Outcomes - the Impact of Camp David; Explaining Mediation Outcomes - the Falklands/Malvinas Conflict; The Multiple Realities of International Mediation.