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Conflict resolution describes a continuum of possibilities that begin with the significant reduction of the likelihood of war between adversaries and can but do not necessarily develop into a pattern of friendly relations at the national, sub-state, and individual levels. Using three empirical cases—Anglo-French, Egyptian-Israeli, and Soviet-American relations—I explore one important pathway to at least the first stage of accommodation. It requires leaders with domestic agendas dependent on conflict resolution, the belief on both sides that confrontation has not been productive, and a willingness to reciprocate the olive branch if extended.
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Richard Ned Lebow
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