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Terminate Terrorism: Framing, Gaming, and Negotiating Conflicts (International Studies Intensives)

ISBN-13: 978-1594518225
ISBN-10: 159451822X
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This is the product of extraordinarily deep and thorough research, framed in a penetrating use of salient concepts, to provide a path-breaking understanding of the terrorist challenge for both analysts and practitioners. A real chef d'oeuvre.' --I. William Zartman, Johns Hopkins University

Terminate Terrorism is a theoretical, empirical, and practical contribution. It is an excellent example of an enhanced case study, which illuminates the value of using a theoretical framework as a lens for understanding diverse cases. But Karen Feste goes further. She develops implications of her analyses by offering strategic advice to negotiators in both camps on how to terminate terrorism. Scholars, negotiators and policy makers will reap many benefits from reading this engaging book. --Daniel Druckman, George Mason University and University of Southern Queensland, Australia

Feste employs strategic and cognitive approaches to explain when it is possible to end a terrorist tactic through negotiations. Her work is a useful addition to our understanding of how to confront the challenge of terrorism. --Daniel Byman, Georgetown University

About the Author

Karen A. Feste, professor at the Josef Korbel School of International Studies, University of Denver, founded and co-directs the University's interdisciplinary Conflict Resolution Institute. Her publications include, Intervention: Shaping the Global Order (2003 Praeger), Expanding the Frontiers: Superpower Intervention in the Cold War (1992 Praeger), and Plans for Peace: Negotiation and the Arab-Israeli Conflict (1991 Praeger).
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