Week 10 Cooperation and Diplomacy

Week 10 Cooperation and Diplomacy - Peace- (n.) In...

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Peace- (n.) “In international affairs, a period of cheating between two periods of fighting.” Ambrose Bierce, writer
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Lecture Outline Resolving Armed Conflict Non-violent conflict resolution Cooperation to resolve conflict Reciprocity Feedback Communication Diplomacy
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10 Prescriptions to Resolving Armed Conflict Prescription #1: “Military strategy in war fighting should be coordinated with the political strategy for peace making.”
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Prescription #2: “Planning for the postwar era must begin early.”
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Prescription #3: “Prepare the public for the transition from war to peace.”
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Prescription #4: “Victors should not ignore the passion for vengeance.”
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Prescription #5: “Avoid taking revenge, but seek retributive punishment for the culpable guilty.”
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Prescription #6: “Victors should forgive the forgivable, but not forget.”
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Prescription #7: “A dictated peace is a precarious peace; victors should involve the vanquished in settlement negotiations.”
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Prescription # 8: “Beware of allies whose interests in the peace negotiations centers on gaining the spoils of victory.”
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Prescription #9: “Victors should be prepared to use military force after the war ends.”
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Prescription #10: “The vanquished have responsibilities in making peace.”
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