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Talking to the enemy : track two diplomacy in the Middle East and South Asia

Author: Dalia Dassa Kaye; Rand Corporation.
Publisher: Santa Monica, Calif. : RAND Corporation, ©2007.
Series: Rand Corporation monograph series.
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This monograph examines regional, multilateral track two dialogues in the Middle East and South Asia that are focused on arms control and other cooperative security measures. Unofficial policy discourse, or track two diplomacy, is an increasingly important part of the changing international security landscape, with the potential to raise new ideas and solutions to conflicts that, over time, may influence official  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Case studies
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Kaye, Dalia Dassa.
Talking to the enemy.
Santa Monica, Calif. : RAND Corporation, ©2007
(DLC) 2007028637
(OCoLC)156902248
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Dalia Dassa Kaye; Rand Corporation.
ISBN: 9780833041913 0833041916 9780833042729 0833042726 1281181129 9781281181121
OCLC Number: 173457844
Notes: Title from PDF title screen (viewed September 27, 2007).
Description: 1 online resource (xxv, 139 pages).
Contents: Rethinking track two diplomacy --
Key issues and questions --
The state of the field --
A normative framework --
Defining track two --
Applying track two --
A regional focus --
Historical precedents --
Comparing the Middle East and South Asia --
Roles for track two dialogues --
Socialization of participating elites: creating a constituency for regional cooperation --
Filtering: making others' ideas your own --
Transmission: turning ideas into new policies --
Limits of track two dialogues --
Regional security dialogues in the Middle East --
Introduction --
Overview of dialogues --
IGCC and UCLA activity --
The Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI) --
The search for common ground --
Depaul University --
United Nations Institute for Disarmament Research (UNIDIR) --
Cooperative Monitoring Center (CMC) --
Canadian-sponsored maritime activities --
The U.S. Geological Survey and Lawrence Livermore Labs: regional seismic --
Monitoring cooperation project --
European-sponsored activities --
Gulf security track two forums --
Roles --
Socialization --
Filtering --
Policy impact --
Limits --
Elites --
Domestic constraints --
The regional environment --
Conclusion --
Regional security dialogues in South Asia --
Introduction --
Overview of dialogues --
Neemrana process --
Balusa group --
Kashmir Study Group (KSG) --
Shanghai process --
Stimson Center dialogues --
CSIS meetings on nuclear risk reduction centres --
Cooperative Monitoring Center (CMC), Sandia National Laboratories --
Maritime activities: the confidence and cooperation in South Asian Waters Project --
Roles --
Socialization --
Filtering --
Policy impact --
Limits --
Elites --
Domestic constraints --
Regional environment --
Conclusion --
Conclusion --
Central arguments --
Regional comparisons --
Regional lessons --
Improving track two dialogues --
Expand the types of participants --
Create or strengthen institutional support and mentors for such activities --
Localize the dialogues.
Series Title: Rand Corporation monograph series.
Responsibility: Dalia Dassa Kaye.

Abstract:

This monograph examines regional, multilateral track two dialogues in the Middle East and South Asia that are focused on arms control and other cooperative security measures. Unofficial policy discourse, or track two diplomacy, is an increasingly important part of the changing international security landscape, with the potential to raise new ideas and solutions to conflicts that, over time, may influence official policy. Talking to the Enemy considers how track two efforts in South Asia and the Middle East have socialized participants into thinking about security in more cooperative terms, and whether the ideas generated in track two forums have been acknowledged at the societal level or influenced official policy. Comparing the two regions, Kaye finds that South Asian dialogues, on Kashmir and other regional issues, have been somewhat more effective than track two efforts in the Middle East, where lack of progress on official Arab-Israeli peace talks has also hindered unofficial regional dialogues. The author concludes with assessments of regional security trajectories in both regions, particularly proliferation dynamics, as well as suggestions on how to improve future track two efforts.

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