Lessons from the Field of Intra-National Conflict Resolution
Notre Dame Law Review
conflict resolution, cultures, human social interaction, mediation, societies
Conflict is an inevitable fact in human social interaction. However, in different cultures and societies, there are various ways to settle conflicts such as litigation, arbitration, avoidance, adjudication, toleration, negotiation, divination, feuding, and mediation.' One of the approaches taken by the Carter Center's International Negotiation Network ("INN") involves the process of third-party mediation using an eminent person as the convener.
Spencer, D. E., & Yang, H. (1992). Lessons from the Field of Intra-National Conflict Resolution. Notre Dame Law Review, 97 (5) Retrieved from https://nsuworks.nova.edu/hcas_dcrs_facarticles/33