From Conflict Resolution to Reconciliation
This volume represents an important new step forward in the fields of conflict resolution and peace studies. Its essays argue that, while conflict resolution is well equipped to bring about temporary settlements and brief periods of peace in volatile situations, conventional conflict resolution techniques are not capable of building long-term stability. Instead, the authors contend, practitioners of conflict resolution need to focus more on reconciliation (the restoration of confidence, friendship, and harmony between rivals) than on mere conflict resolution. Whereas traditional conflict resolution has focused primarily on halting quarrels with agreements between leaders on each side of a conflict, reconciliation techniques shift the focus in two ways. First, they take more of a grassroots approach, building agreement among the members of rival communities, not only between leaders. Second, reconciliation takes a long-term view of dispute resolution. While the authors acknowledge that the role of traditional conflict resolution is important in stopping violence and tension, they argue that, in order to achieve stable peace, negotiators and practitioners of conflict resolution must focus much more on what is to be done after an agreement among leaders is reached.
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The Nature of Reconciliation as an Outcome and as
Reflections on the Theoretical and Practical
Dialectics between Stable Peace and Reconciliation
Comparing Reconciliation Actions within and between
Leadership and Reconciliation
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accept acknowledgment acts Adenauer apartheid apology approach attitudes Bar-On Bar-Siman-Tov Bar-Tal Bar-Tal and Bennink behavior Ben-Gurion ciliation cognitive conciliation conflict resolution context cooperation countries cultural discussion dispute domestic economic emotional ethnic example F. W. de Klerk factors forgiveness formal former enemies Gardner-Feldman Germany goals grievance groups Holocaust identity important individuals institutions interaction interests intergroup international relations involved Israel Israeli Israeli Jews Israeli-Palestinian Israeli-Palestinian conflict issues Jewish Jews justice Kelman Knesset Kriesberg leaders leadership learning Lederach major Montville moral mutual Nazi negotiations Northern Ireland one's outcome Palestinians parties past peace agreement peace process peaceful relations peacemaking perpetrators political process of reconciliation reconciliation actions reconciliation process reconciliation requires regard relationship relevant religious reparations responsibility ritual rival role Ross sides social societal beliefs society members South Africa stable peace structural-institutional symbolic Tavuchis tion transformation truth truth commissions victims violence Willy Brandt