Terror, Insurgency, and the State: Ending Protracted Conflicts

Heiberg, Marianne


A critical question for diplomats, practitioners of conflict-resolution, and scholars is how conflicts can be brought to an end early, before more blood is shed, money squandered, or creative opportunities lost. Perhaps we might extract and devise policies that optimize the chances for concluding hostilities equitably. Each conflict may have distinctive traits, but each possesses characteristics and tendencies that are universal and that can be turned toward reducing violence and, in the best cases, terminating hostilities with some sense that justice has not been sidelined. Buy from Amazon