The Dynamics of Conflict: A Guide to Engagement and Intervention

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To Prepare:

  • Review Chapter 9 in your course text, The Dynamics of Conflict: A Guide to Engagement and Intervention.
  • Select one international conflict that you feel has reached impasse or otherwise stalled in the resolution process.

The Assignment (6–8 pages):

  • In two pages or less, briefly describe the relevant facts of the conflict you selected, such as sources, stakeholders, interests of each party, and interventions attempted.
  • In at least three pages, answer each of the following questions:
    • Prior to the conflict stalling, how did the parties deal with the integrative and distributive aspects of the negotiation?
    • Why were the parties unable to reach Pareto optimality?
    • Has true impasse been reached? How do you know?
  • Finally, in at least two pages, explain what steps can be taken for the parties to effectively work through impasse. (Refer to Chapter 9 of The Dynamics of Conflict: A Guide to Engagement and Intervention, and keep in mind that working through impasse sometimes means finding the next best step; do not force an agreement or push the parties out of impasse if that is their best option.)
  • The entire paper should be 6–8 pages and include a minimum of three outside peer-reviewed sources in addition to references to the Learning Resources from the course.


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