Go-Between Jan Eliasson and the Styles of Mediation

ISBN-10: 1601270623
ISBN-13: 9781601270627
Edition: 2010
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Description: Success in international mediation hinges on the skill, style, and methods of the mediator. This volume explores international mediation through the lens of Ambassador Jan Eliasson, an international go-between with a remarkable track record. Authors  More...

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Book details

List price: $12.50
Copyright year: 2010
Publisher: United States Institute of Peace Press (USIP Press)
Publication date: 1/31/2011
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 169
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.902
Language: English

Success in international mediation hinges on the skill, style, and methods of the mediator. This volume explores international mediation through the lens of Ambassador Jan Eliasson, an international go-between with a remarkable track record. Authors Svensson and Wallensteen contend that international mediators' styles vary in four dimensions'”scope, method, mode, and focus'”and that the mandate mediators receive strongly determines the style they adopt. The authors draw lessons for the peacemaking process from their examination of how Eliasson entered, prepared, pursued, and finally ended his mediation efforts. Svensson and Wallensteen evaluate Eliasson's role in six cases: two missions on the Iran-Iraq conflict; two cases of humanitarian diplomacy, in Burma/Myanmar and in Sudan; and two cases of internal armed conflicts, in Nagorno-Karabakh and in Darfur. Analyzing the role of the mediator in each of these instances offers insight into the constraints mediators face and outcomes they may achieve in other scenarios. The authors conclude with ten implications for mediation research and practice. As a special feature of this volume, the authors incorporate excerpts from extensive interviews and diary entries from Jan Eliasson on his mediation experiences.

Preface
Introduction
One Mediator, Six Experiences
How Mediators Mediate: Styles of Mediation
Mandating Mediation
Styles of International Mediation
Mandates and Style
Going In: The Diplomacy of Entry
Giving the Mandate
Requesting Mediation
Offering Mediation
Style and the Diplomacy of Entry
Going About: The Diagnostics of Diplomacy
Assessing the Initial Situation
Identifying the Issues
Identifying the Actors
Using the Entry
Style and the Diagnostics of Mediation
Going On: The Instruments of Mediation
Creating Confidence
Establishing Principles
Formulating Proposals
Using the Media
Dealing with Justice
Keeping Them at the Table
Reframing the Issues
Style and the Instruments of Mediation
Going Together: The Context of Mediation
Coping with Other Conciliators
Forging Global Support
Leading International Mediation
Generating Global Attention
Using International Norms
Designing International Negotiations
Inserting International Mediation
Styles in Mediation Context
Going Out: The Diplomacy of Exit
Threatening to Terminate
Timing the Exit
Finding Successors
Style and the Diplomacy of Exit
Going Ahead: Lessons for Mediation Theory and Practice
Mediation Mandate
Mediation Outcome
Mediation Resources
Styles of International Mediation
Comparing Mediation Styles
Ten Implications for Mediation Research and Mediation Practice
Appendix: Chronologies of the Six Cases
Index
About the Authors

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