Preface List of Tables List of Figures Foreword: R.H.Mnookin Notes on the Contributors PART I: THEORETICAL PERSPECTIVES Introduction: Putting Mediation in Context; J.Bercovitch Mediating from Strength; P.Carnevale Mediator Behaviour and Success in Mediation; D.G.Pruitt PART II: THE RANGE OF MEDIATION EXPERIENCE Quasi-Informal Mediation in the Oslo Channel: Larsen and Holst as Individual Mediators; K.Aggestam Mediation by Regional Organizations: The Organization of African Unity (OAU) in Chada and Congo; I.W.Zartman International Organizations and Conflict Management: The United Nations and the Mediation of International Conflicts; J.Fretter Great Power Mediation: Using Leverage to Make Peace; M.Kleiboer Mediation by International Peacekeepers; J.A.Wall, D.Druckman & P.F.Diehl PART III: EXTENDING THE RANGE OF MEDIATION Interactive Problem Solving: Informal Mediation by the Scholar/Practitioner; H.C.Kelman Mediating Intermediaries: Expanding Roles of Transnational Organizations; L.Dunn & L.Kriesberg Mediation in International Business; J.W.Salacuse Two's Company but is Three a Crowd? Hypotheses about Multiparty Mediation; C.A.Crocker, F.O.Hampson & P.R.Aall Conclusion; J.Bercovitch Index
Jacob Bercovitch's recent books include "Resolving International Conflicts, International Conflict 1945-95" and "Conflict Management in the Twenty-First Century".
JACOB BERCOVITCH is Professor of International Relations at the University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand. Currently he is on a Senior Fellowship at the United States Institute of Peace. His recent books include Resolving International Conflicts, International Conflict, 1945-95 and Conflict Management in the Twenty-First Century. AE(00): Foreword by ROBERT H. MNOOKIN