This book focuses on the methods of ending military conflicts through negotiated settlements and the special challenges that negotiating for peace poses for diplomatic personnel and, and, more broadly, for the future welfare of participating nations.
Table of Contents
1. Introduction 2. Negotiating the End of World War I, 1918 3. Concluding the War Over Suez, 1956 4. Ending the Vietnam War, 1972 5. Mediation During the War in the Falklands/Malvinas, 1982 6. Resolving the Lebanon Crisis, 1982–1983 7. Diplomacy During the Persian Gulf War, 1990–1991