The Hyper-Polarization Challenge to the Conflict Resolution Field: A Joint BI/CRQ Discussion
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|Chester Crocker offers some insight as to how Track II actors might approach and work with Track I.|
|Chester Crocker describes the critical role that insider partial intervenors sometimes play in Track I negotiations.|
|Chester Crocker of Georgetown University, there is various points of convergence. The two tracks often employ quite similar techniques.|
|According to Chester Crocker, there are various points of convergence among Track I and Track II diplomacy.|
|Chester Crocker describes the importance of having communication channels to real decision makers. He also describes and interesting model for peace agreement implementation and monitoring.|
|Peter Coleman discusses who should be at the negotiating table.is|
|Ron Fisher describes Track I-II coordination in Tajikistan.|
|Ron Fisher describes the relationship between Track I and Track II players.|