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  • Author:
    Mr. Richard N. Haass
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    0300051298
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    978-0300051292
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    Yale University Press (January 29, 1992)
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    192 pages
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Richard Nathan Haass (born July 28, 1951) is an American diplomat Conflicts Unending: The United States and Regional Disputes. Yale University Press, 1990.

Richard Nathan Haass (born July 28, 1951) is an American diplomat. He has been president of the Council on Foreign Relations since July 2003, prior to which he was Director of Policy Planning for the United States Department of State and a close advisor to Secretary of State Colin Powell. The Senate approved Haass as a candidate for the position of ambassador and he has been . Coordinator for the Future of Afghanistan. Conflicts Unending: The United States and Regional Disputes.

Conflicts Unending book. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Start by marking Conflicts Unending: The United States and Regional Disputes as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Some international conflicts can be solved while others defy solution.

by Mr. Richard N. Haass. Haass argues that for diplomatic efforts to succeed, conditions must be ripe for diplomacy. He studies conflicts in the Middle East, Cyprus and the Aegean, the Indian subcontinent, South Africa and Northern Ireland.

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Author: Haass, Richard; Format: Book; xiv, 172 p. ; 22 cm.

Conflicts unending : the United States and regional disputes. New Haven : Yale University Press. Conflicts unending : the United States and regional disputes, Richard N. Haass Yale University Press New Haven 1990. Australian/Harvard Citation. 1990, Conflicts unending : the United States and regional disputes, Richard N. Haass Yale University Press New Haven.

The United States and Regional Disputes

The United States and Regional Disputes. Book by Richard N. Publisher – Yale University Press. Haass, senior director for Near East and South Asian affairs, National Security Council, argues that many regional conflicts are simply not ripe for solution and that international mediators who set out to accomplish less are likely to accomplish more. Despite the ingrained American impulse to push directly for solutions, notes Haass, .

Haass buttresses his thesis with five case studies including the Middle East .

Haass buttresses his thesis with five case studies including the Middle East, India and Pakistan, and Greece, Turkey and Cyprus. Although these conflicts are often cited as candidates for major diplomatic initiatives, Haass argues that they are not "ripe" for a successful outcome. A number of preconditions for "ripeness" are identified by the author.

Richard N. Haass, Conflicts Unending: The United States and Regional Disputes (Hew Haven: Yale University Press, 1990) pp. 6–8. Haass, a lecturer in public policy at Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government when he wrote the book, was appointed in January 1989 a. . Kennedy School of Government when he wrote the book, was appointed in January 1989 as special assistant to President Bush and the senior director for Near East and South Asian affairs on the staff of the National Security Council.

the United States and regional disputes. Includes bibliographical references (p. 151-163) and index. Published 1990 by Yale University Press in New Haven.

Examines five regions where the U.S. might be able to bring about a peaceful resolution: the Middle East, Cyprus and the Aegean, the Indian subcontinent, South Africa, and Northern Ireland