Conflict Management and Resolution provides students with an overview of the main theories of conflict management and conflict resolution, and will equip them to respond to the complex phenomena of international conflict.
The book covers these four key concepts in detail:
It examines how to prevent, manage and eventually resolve various types of conflict that originate from inter-state and inter-group competition, and expands the existing scope of conflict management and resolution theories by examining emerging theories on the identity, power and structural dimensions of adversarial relationships. The volume is designed to enhance our understanding of effective response strategies to conflict in multiple social settings as well as violent struggles, and utilizes numerous case studies, both past and current. These include the Iranian and North Korean nuclear weapons programmes, the war in Lebanon, the Arab-Israeli conflict, civil wars in Africa, and ethnic conflicts in Europe and Asia.
This book will be essential reading for all students of conflict management and resolution, mediation, peacekeeping, peace and conflict studies and International Relations in general.
Ho-Won Jeong is Professor of Conflict Analysis and Resolution, George Mason University, USA. He has published nine books in the field of international relations, peace and conflict studies. He is also a senior editor of the International Journal of Peace Studies.
Table of Contents
Part 1: The Anatomy of Conflict and Conflict Resolution 1. Perspectives on Conflict Resolution 2. Managing Conflict Dynamics 3. Conflict Transformation Part 2: Dimensions of Conflict 4. Identity 5. Power 6. Structure Part 3: Settlement and Resolution Procedures 7. Comparative context 8. Negotiation 9. Mediation 10. Facilitation 11. Reconciliation
Ho-Won Jeong is Professor of Conflict Analysis and Resolution, George Mason University, USA. He has published nine books in the field of international relations and peace and conflict studies. He is also a senior editor of the International Journal of Peace Studies.