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Fred i Mellanöstern? -en fallstudie av två förhandlingar i Camp David.

Akhtarzand, Natalie (2006)
Department of Political Science
Abstract
This study aspires to find an answer to what makes a negotiation for peace successful. In our pursue to do so we have chosen two cases to compare with each other through a set of different theories. The theories we believed could be relevant were ripeness/readiness, asymmetry, the strategies of mediation, intra-state conflicts and personal actors.

The case-study consists of two negotiations that both took place in Camp David. The first one was between Egypt and Israel, 1978, and serves as the example of a successful negotiation. The second case was, again, with Israel but the counterpart was Palestine and took place in year 2000. In this particular case they did not reach a peace agreement and due to this fact it is an adequate... (More)
This study aspires to find an answer to what makes a negotiation for peace successful. In our pursue to do so we have chosen two cases to compare with each other through a set of different theories. The theories we believed could be relevant were ripeness/readiness, asymmetry, the strategies of mediation, intra-state conflicts and personal actors.

The case-study consists of two negotiations that both took place in Camp David. The first one was between Egypt and Israel, 1978, and serves as the example of a successful negotiation. The second case was, again, with Israel but the counterpart was Palestine and took place in year 2000. In this particular case they did not reach a peace agreement and due to this fact it is an adequate comparison.

We have reached the conclusion that every negotiation has it's special circumstances and unique actors, and therefore it is very difficult to recreate the set of perfect conditions for a successful negotiation. (Less)
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author
Akhtarzand, Natalie
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M2 - Bachelor Degree
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Mellanöstern, förhandlingar, Camp david, medling, Political and administrative sciences, Statsvetenskap, förvaltningskunskap
language
Swedish
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1328579
date added to LUP
2006-02-10
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2006-02-10
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  abstract     = {This study aspires to find an answer to what makes a negotiation for peace successful. In our pursue to do so we have chosen two cases to compare with each other through a set of different theories. The theories we believed could be relevant were ripeness/readiness, asymmetry, the strategies of mediation, intra-state conflicts and personal actors.

The case-study consists of two negotiations that both took place in Camp David. The first one was between Egypt and Israel, 1978, and serves as the example of a successful negotiation. The second case was, again, with Israel but the counterpart was Palestine and took place in year 2000. In this particular case they did not reach a peace agreement and due to this fact it is an adequate comparison.

We have reached the conclusion that every negotiation has it's special circumstances and unique actors, and therefore it is very difficult to recreate the set of perfect conditions for a successful negotiation.},
  author       = {Akhtarzand, Natalie},
  keyword      = {Mellanöstern,förhandlingar,Camp david,medling,Political and administrative sciences,Statsvetenskap, förvaltningskunskap},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Fred i Mellanöstern? -en fallstudie av två förhandlingar i Camp David.},
  year         = {2006},
}