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The Military and Negotiation : The Role of the Soldier-Diplomat - Deborah Goodwin

The Military and Negotiation

The Role of the Soldier-Diplomat

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Published: 3rd January 2005
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This is an investigation of the role of the modern soldier/diplomat and the nature of military negotiation, in comparison with negotiation in other contexts. It is a detailed analysis of the role of the military in current operations as negotiators and liaison workers in the field.
Very few in the academic world are writing on this specific role of the military and the nature of negotiation in this situation, and such a volatile context. This publication is a first in this context, and has a keen audience in light of the current world order. The book is breaking new ground in analysing the nature of military negotiation in relation to more generic forms of negotiation, and assessing the role of the modern soldier/diplomat in recent deployments around the world. The author is an academic working within the military environment, very few people have the same capacity and accessibility to firsthand evidence and observation. Whilst peacekeeping has grown in the last decade or so, no-one has successfully investigated the role of the military and their approach to non-violent conflict resolution on the ground as few have access to such work to make a viable detailed assessment of the nature of negotiation in a violent context, but Dr Goodwin is able to do so.

Review of extant literature on the nature of military negotiation
Review of extant literature and theories from proximate disciplines
Strategic Interaction: Negotiation as a co-operative and a competitive process
Interests
Threat moves
Alternatives in negotiation
Situational Influences
Context
Culture
Interpersonal Interaction
Communication
Personality
Summary of the Problems Facing Soldiers in Negotiation Contexts, and the Key Factors in Tactical Negotiation
Situational factors
Mission and Time
Force
Operational factors
Duress;Temperament and Emotion
Training and pre-deployment briefing
A case-study from a peacekeeping operation: Liberian
Case studies from the United Nations Protection Force in Bosnia 1992-1993
A Comparative Case Study: Sierra Leone
A model for military negotiation 'Diamond' Conclusions: Summary of Case-Studies and Implications for a Proposed New Model of Military Negotiation Suggestions for future research
Appendices
Bibliography
Table of Contents provided by Publisher. All Rights Reserved.

ISBN: 9780415379007
ISBN-10: 0415379008
Series: Cass Series on Peacekeeping
Audience: Tertiary; University or College
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 264
Published: 3rd January 2005
Publisher: F CASS PUBN
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 23.39 x 15.6  x 1.4
Weight (kg): 0.37
Edition Number: 1