Conflict Resolution

Guests: John Marks President, Search for Common Ground (an organization specializing in conflict resolution and mediation) Larry Johnson Security Consultant Former Deputy Director, U.S. State Department Office of Counter Terrorism (1989-93) Daniel Pipes Editor, Middle East Quarterly Former Professor of Strategy and Policy, U.S. Naval War College, Newport, RI In the past week, Lebanon struck Israel. Israel struck back. The US bombed sites in Sudan and Afghanistan in retaliation for the east Africa embassy bombings. Could these disputes have been resolved without bringing out the heavy hardware? What are the prospects for negotiating our way out of disputes? Can it work with terrorists? Join Melinda Penkava and guests for a look at international conflict resolution.



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