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|1||When 'Power Failures' Undermine International Business Negotiations: A Negotiation Analysis of the Dabhol Power Project||
|2||Zero-Sum Game: Armistice Negotiations in Korea, 1951-1953||
|3||Evaluating the Effectiveness of the Capstone Doctrine in Addressing UN Peacekeeping Challenges||
Christensen, Colin W.
|4||The Fog of Peace: Comparing U.S. and UN Approaches to Conflict Management in Nepal||
Gross, Joshua R.
|5||A Story of Communication, Power and Vision: Bringing Guatemalan Civil Society into the National Decision-Making Process||
|6||Discovering Cyprus: The effects of the Opening of the Green Line on Young Greek-Cypriots and their perception of identity||
|7||When Elections Do Not A Democracy Make: The 2010 Elections in Sudan||
Trithart, Albert B.
|8||The Impact of BRAC's Food for Training and Income Generation Program in South Sudan on Boys' and Girls' Education Outcomes.||
Meadows, Leah B.
|9||Creating Obstacles to Peace: The International Involvement in Darfur||
|10||How to Assess Corruption in Defence: A Framework for Designing, Comparing and Interpreting Corruption Measurement Tools||
|11||Distributional and Welfare Effects of Including Corn into NAFTA and the Social, Economic, Political and International Repercussions for Mexico||
|12||Of Peace and Justice: The Impact of Human Rights in Peacemaking||
|13||Violence Prevention Through Bodybuilding||
|14||On Our Own: Unilateralism in Israeli-Policymaking||
Davis, John D.
|15||A Memorable Process in a Forgotten War: Forgiveness Within Northern Uganda||
Finnegan, Amy Colleen
|16||Emergence of New Political Identity in the South Caucasus: Energy, Security, Strategic Location and Pragmatism||
|17||Microfinance and Conflict: Toward a Conflict-Sensitive Approach||
|18||The US policy of 'No Concessions to Terrorists': What are the pros and the cons and the implications for the US? What elements of negotiation should be integrated in the US policy or strategy?||
|19||The Political Potential of Israel-GCC Business Relations||
|20||Future Relations between Kuwait Petroleum Corporation and the International Oil Companies: Success or Failure?||
Abulhasan, Arwa Mohammad
|21||The humanitarian space in peril - how do recent political developments affect the work of international relief NGOs||
|22||Interpreting the Enemy: A Game Theoretic Model of Conflict with Applications to the Korean and Iraq Wars||
Thompson, Stephen W.
|23||Coercion as a tool for third party conflict resolution: roles, modes and use||
|24||The EU and US Trade Authorities: A Comparison||