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Topics in Policy Analysis (Half-Term): International Negotiation and Mediation

SPI 593P

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This course examines international peace processes and mediation in a variety of conflicts, from Syria to Northern Ireland to South Sudan. It confronts technical and political questions that arise in international negotiations. What ingredients are necessary for a peace process to succeed? We examine the role of mediators, types and principles of mediation, mediation architecture, mandates and supporting institutions, the interests of 'stakeholders', and the political, moral and economic dilemmas faced in arresting violent conflict and facilitating transitions to sustainable peace.
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Section S01