A Cooperative Analysis Procedure for Use by Diplomats and Negotiators: With a Proposed Step for Resolving Conflict on the Korean Peninsula
Isard Walter and
Iwan Azis ()
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Isard Walter: Cornell University
Peace Economics, Peace Science, and Public Policy, 1999, vol. 5, issue 1, 1-24
This paper is concerned with the development of a cooperative analysis approach for use by Diplomats and Negotiators in resolving certain difficult conflicts. It employs concepts from economics and peace science without any diminution of the urgent need for superb diplomacy and negotiations skills. Its potential use for resolving the major conflict in the Korean peninsula is explored. A policy option is set forth involving a small withdrawal of North Korean troops from North Korea’s Eastern DMZ border for economic development in that area of North Korea without any reduction whatsoever of the North Korean military power. For each party involved, benefits significantly greater than costs are found for this policy.
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