Causes of failure of negotiations in international conflicts.
Date of Issue2005
S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies
This dissertation is about the failure of negotiations in peace processes and the probable causes for this failure. This will be done with two specific case studies, namely the Israel-Palestine conflict and the Irish conflict. With a historical review of the conflicts and peace processes in both the regions, I will examine the areas for possible improvement in peace processes. In order to suggest areas for improvement, I will bring together points that elaborate factors that may need to be collectively or individually considered during the negotiation process. This paper is an attempt to layout the groundwork for theory that suggests a systematic study of the factors that influence negotiations in any conflict around the world.
DRNTU::Social sciences::Political science
Nanyang Technological University