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Conflict Management and African Politics
Ripeness, Bargaining, and Mediation
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Terrence Lyons is an Associate Professor of Conflict Resolution at the Institute for Conflict Analysis and Resolution and co-director of the Center for Global Studies, George Mason University. Gilbert M. Khadiagala is Jan Smuts Professor of International Relations and Head of the Department of International Relations, University of Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa.
1. Conflict Management and African Politics: Framing the Links Terrence Lyons and Gilbert M. Khadiagala Part 1: New Research on Negotiation Theory 2. Putting The Practical Negotiator to the Test: Two Examinations of the Formula-Details Proposition Pamela Chasek and Lynn Wagner 3. Perverse Negotiations: Bribery, Bargaining, and Ripeness Bertram I. Spector 4. Ripeness Revisited: The Perils of Muscular Mediation Alan Kuperman Part 2: The International Relations of Africa 5. The Evolution of Euro-African Relations Gilbert M. Khadiagala 6. Post-Cold War Conflict in West Africa: A Subordinate State System in Collapse? Terrence Lyons Part 3: Conflict and Conflict Resolution in Africa 7. Conditions for Mediation Success: Evaluating U.S. Initiatives in Sudan and Liberia Donald Rothchild 8. The Zimbabwe Independence Settlement Revisited: Race, Land, Class, and Ripe Moments Fadzai Gwarazimba 9. African Conflict `Medicine': An Emerging Paradigm Shift in African Conflict Resolution? Ben Fred-Mensah