Listed below is an overview of PIN-publications. This collection is also available on the Clingendael website.
Bercovitch J, Kremenyuk V A, Zartman I W (eds) (2008). Sage Publications Ltd, London, UK.
Conflict resolution is one of the fastest-growing academic fields in the world today. Although it is a relatively young discipline, having emerged as a specialized field in the 1950’s, it has rapidly grown into a self-contained, vibrant, interdisciplinary field. The SAGE Handbook of Conflict Resolution brings together all the conceptual, methodological and substantive elements of conflict resolution into one volume of over 35 specially commissioned chapters. The Handbook is designed to reflect where the field is today by drawing on the contributions of experts from different fields presenting, in a systematic way, the most recent research and practice.
Jacob Bercovitch is Professor of International Relations, and Fellow of the Royal Society, at the University of Canterbury in Christchurch, New Zealand.
Victor Kremenyuk is deputy director of the Institute for USA and Canada Studies, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow. He is also a research associate at IIASA.
I. William Zartman is Jacob Blaustein Professor of Conflict Resolution and International Organization at the Nitze School of Advanced International Studies of Johns Hopkins University.
|Introduction: The Nature of Conflict and Conflict Resolution||Jacob Bercovitch, Victor Kremenyuk and I William Zartman|
PART I: History and Methods of Study
|The Evolution of Conflict Resolution||Louis Kriesberg|
|Diplomacy and Conflict Resolution||Christer Jönsson and Karin Aggestam|
|Conflict Resolution in the International System: A quantitative approach||J. David Singer and Shahryar Minhas|
|Case Studies and Conflict Resolution||Jack S. Levy|
|Game Theory as an Approach to Conflict Resolution||Rudolf Avenhaus|
|Experimental Research on Social Conflict||Dean G. Pruitt|
|Doing Conflict Research Through a Multi-Method Lens||Daniel Druckman|
|Problem Solving Approaches||Tamra Pearson d'Estrée|
|Constructivism and Conflict Resolution||Richard Jackson|
PART II: Issues and Sources of Conflict
|Territory as a Source of Conflict and a Road to Peace||John A. Vasquez and Brandon Valeriano|
|Economic and Resources Causes of Conflicts||Philippe Le Billon|
|Resolving Ecological Conflicts: Typical and special circumstances||Gunnar Sjösted|
|Ethnicity, Negotiation and Conflict Management||Donald Rothchild|
|Ethno-Religious Conflicts: Exploring the role of religion in conflict resolution||S. Ayse Kadayifci-Orellana|
PART III: Methods of Managing Conflict
|Conflict Prevention: Theory in pursuit of policy and practice||Michael Lund|
|Conflict Resolution and Negotiation||I. William Zartman|
|Mediation and Conflict Resolution||Jacob Bercovitch|
|The Settlement of International Disputes by Legal Means - Arbitration and Judicial Settlement||Franz Cede|
|Dialogue as a Process for Transforming Relationships||Harold H. Saunders|
|NGOs and Conflict Resolution||Andrea Bartoli|
|United Nations Mediation Experience: Practical lessons for conflict resolution||Connie Peck|
PART IV: Current Features and Dilemmas in the Study of Conflict Resolution
|Terrorism and Conflict Resolution||William A. Donohue|
|Media and Conflict Resolution||Eytan Gilboa|
|Democracy and Conflict Resolution||David Kinsella and David L Rousseau|
|Why Mediation Matters: Ending intractable conflicts||Chester A. Crocker, Fen Osler Hampson and Pamela Aall|
|Culture and Conflict Resolution||Guy Olivier Faure|
|Peacekeeping and Beyond||Paul F. Diehl|
|Reconciliation as a Peace-Building Process: Scope and limits||Valérie Rosoux|
|Assessing Outcomes: Conflict management and the durability of peace||Scott Sigmund Gartner and Molly M Melin|
|Peace versus Justice - and Beyond||Cecilia Albin|
|The Spread of Civil War||Kristian Skrede Gleditsch|
|Conflict Resolution and Human Rights: The state of the art||Eileen F. Babbitt|
|Resolution of Military Conflicts and Confrontations (Force and Arms Control)||Victor Kremenyuk|
|Training and Education||Paul Meerts|
Conclusion: Emerging Problems in Theory and Practice
Jacob Bercovitch, Victor Kremenyuk and I. William Zartman
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