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by I. William Zartman,Guy Olivier Faure

Author: I. William Zartman,Guy Olivier Faure
Subcategory: Politics & Government
Language: English
Publisher: United States Institute of Peace (June 1, 2011)
Pages: 300 pages
Category: Politics
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Trade-Offs, Timing, and Diplomacy. Dealing with terrorism includes keeping violent means in check, transforming its ends from destruction to participation, and undercutting the grievances on which it is based. The essays in this volume tackle the questions of when and how with a mixture of conceptual discussions illustrated by case analyses.

Engaging Extremists : Trade-Offs, Timing and Diplomacy. by I. William Zartman.

Personal Name: Faure, Guy Olivier. On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book. Rubrics: Terrorism Government policy Negotiation Crisis management. by Jan M. Ziolkowski. ISBN: 9780674028418 (alk. paper) ISBN: 9780674028425 (alk. paper) Author: Ziolkowski, Jan . 1956- Publication & Distribution: Cambridge, Mass.

Zartman and. Faure argue (p. 9) that beyond the unethical aspects of. .times and tactics for engagement. 9) that beyond the unethical aspects of dealing with terrorists, negotiations actually encourage terrorism. However, negotiations with terrorists may yield important gains. They argue that modern terrorism depends on the. Internet for training and tactical support, relying on anonymity and flexibility offered. said that, Engaging Extremists is an excellent resource book for people who are. interested in how and when should states interact with violent radicals.

William Zartman and Guy Olivier Faure (Washington, DC: United States Institute of Peace, 2011), 105–136. Oliver P. Richmond, Emancipatory forms of Human Security and Liberal Peacebuilding, International Journal 62, 3 (Summer 2007): 469–470, referencing Mark Duffield, Aid and complicity, Journal of Modern African Studies, 40, 1 (2002).

Zartman and Faure argue (p. 9) that beyond the unethical aspects of dealing with terrorists, negotiations actually . Keywords: Negotiation, terror, political extremism. com/abstract 2857289.

including hostage taking. The volume’s contributors contend that engaging extremists by governments is possible when it becomes part of a comprehensive roadmap that can ultimately lead to a conflict’s negotiated agreement by addressing underlying problems and promoting factions that can be engaged with. Case studies focus on how such engagements have worked out in practice in the past.

I William Zartman: A Pioneer in Conflict Management and Area Studies. In Zartman, I. William and Faure, Guy Olivier, eds, Engaging Extremists. Washington, DC: United States Institute of Peace Press. Google Scholar Citations. View all Google Scholar citations for this book. View all citations for this book on Scopus. Macho Diplomacy: Maybe US Foreign Policy Needs the Feminine Touch. Boston Globe, May 30: 57. Bernard, Jessie.

Engaging Extremists concerns negotiation with political terrorist organizations, separating terrorist groups that can be engaged from those that, for the moment, cannot.