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Negotiating Political Conflicts


Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xiv
  2. Frank R. Pfetsch
    Pages 1-15
  3. Frank R. Pfetsch
    Pages 16-34
  4. Frank R. Pfetsch
    Pages 35-41
  5. Frank R. Pfetsch
    Pages 42-66
  6. Frank R. Pfetsch
    Pages 67-88
  7. Frank R. Pfetsch
    Pages 89-114
  8. Frank R. Pfetsch
    Pages 141-158
  9. Frank R. Pfetsch
    Pages 159-172
  10. Frank R. Pfetsch
    Pages 173-188
  11. Frank R. Pfetsch
    Pages 196-199
  12. Back Matter
    Pages 200-216

About this book


Negotiating Political Conflicts analyzes comprehensively the foundations for understanding negotiations: What is negotiation? What are the most important concepts and terms? Empirical examples illustrate theoretical conceptions. Academics and practitioners will find this book an invaluable companion to the theory and practice of negotiation.


conflict conflicts culture environment Institution law nature

Authors and affiliations

  1. 1.University of HeidelbergGermany

About the authors

FRANK R. PFETSCH is Professor of Political Science at the University of Heidelberg, Germany and Jean Monnet-Professor of European Political Science. He has published widely on science policy, foreign and constitutional policy, international affairs, and is author of several books on these subjects, the latest with C. Rohloff on National and International Conflicts, 1945-1995 (2000).

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