The U.S. Role in Peacemaking
October 1995
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978-1-878379-00-9
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USIP's Work in Conflict Zones
October 2012

This volume presents seven case studies of the United States Institute of Peace’s facilitated dialogue efforts in Iraq, Kosovo, Israel/Palestine, Colombia, Nigeria, and Nepal. Covering a variety of conflict situations and peacemaking efforts—from the tribal reconciliation in Mahmoudiya, Iraq, to a justice and security dialogue in Nepal—the cases tell stories of peacebuilding successes, efforts in progress, limitations on what can be achieved, and lessons learned.

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978-1-60127-140-2
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978-1-60127-141-9
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May 2002
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978-1-929223-35-0
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Foreign Intervention in Africa
Edited by David R. Smock
December 1993
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978-1-878379-28-3
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August 2008

Managing the Mediation Process offers an overview of the process of mediating interstate and intrastate conflicts. Each of its six chapters covers a different step in the process, identifying what needs to be done at that step and how best to accomplish it.

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978-1-60127-037-5
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978-1-60127-125-9
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Christian, Jewish, and Muslim Views on Nonviolence and International Conflict
March 1995
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978-1-878379-42-9
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Christian, Muslim, and Jewish Attitudes Toward Force
August 2002
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978-1-929223-37-4
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