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What constitutes a 'conflict' between human groups, organisations or countries? How do people perceive and behave in conflicts? How do conflicts come to an end and what part can outsiders play in settling them or making them less damaging? The present work seeks to answer such questions.
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CHRISTOPHER MITCHELL is Emeritus Professor at George Mason University's Institute for Conflict Analysis and Resolution in Virginia, USA, and was for a time its Director. His main interests continue to focus on informal processes seeking durable solutions to intractable conflicts, both international and local. He is the author of Gestures of Conciliation and, with Landon Hancock, is the co-editor of Local Zones of Peace.
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