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Spoilers of Peace and the Dilemmas of Conflict Resolution

Miriam Elman, Nimrod Goren, editors
This publication sheds light on the phenomenon of spoilers as an inseparable part of the peacemaking process.
November 1, 2012

Conflict and Change

The latest edition of Lou Kriesberg’s classic text examines new evidence on how to wage conflicts less destructively.

August 21, 2012

The Sudan Handbook

Jok Madut Jok
December 31, 2011

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The Sources of Democratic Responsiveness in Mexico

Matthew R. Cleary
December 31, 2010

Ordinary Violence in Mussolini’s Italy

Michael R. Ebner
December 31, 2010

PARCC - EPARCC - Syllabus - Networks and Public Management

The audience for this course is the current or prospective public manager seeking a Master of Public Affairs or Public Policy degree or its equivalent.

November 19, 2010

Monument Negotiation

Linda Blessing and Bette F. DeGraw (Arizona State University)
November 1, 2010

Conflict Transformation and Peacebuilding

Bruce Dayton, Louis Kriesberg, editors
December 31, 2009

Combating Terrorism

Renée de Nevers and William C. Banks
December 31, 2008

Progress in International Relations Theory: Appraising the Field

Miriam F. Elman and Colin Elman
December 31, 2003

Kaleidoscopic Ethnicity

Prema Kurien
December 31, 2002

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Conflict Management Center- Basic Training Part 2- Interest Based Problem Solving Workshop

204 Maxwell Hall

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Presented by Tina Nabatchi, Assistant Professor, Department of Public Administration and International Affairs.  This workshop is a follow-up to the Conflict Styles and Reflective Listening (RL) training, though attendance at the first training is not required. IBPS is an approach to addressing conflict that seeks to identify and satisfy the underlying interests of all parties. This interactive workshop focuses on the basic steps of IBPS.  Participants learn about tools and skills for identifying interests, re-framing problems, and generating and deciding on mutually satisfying solutions. 

Our workshops are FREE and OPEN to all! Light breakfast provided along with Lunch. To register for this training, please send an email to CMC@maxwell.syr.edu that includes the following information:
  
1) Your status: student, staff, faculty, community member
2) Your office/department/agency/organization
3) Any dietary limitations or restrictions 


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Program for the Advancement of Research on Conflict and Collaboration
400 Eggers Hall