Beyond Confrontation: International Law for the Post-Cold War Era
The aim of this chapter is to provide some background on the current state of the domestic dispute-resolution field, as a basis for examining the possible connections between that field and the field of global conflict resolution. Therefore, the presentation here is an introductory survey, not an in-depth examination. It includes: (1) a description of the range of dispute-resolution processes currently in use in the domestic arena; (2) a short (modern) history of the dispute-resolution field in the United States, incorporating a survey of the current uses of particular processes in different substantive contexts; (3) a summary of the critical issues presently facing the dispute-resolution field; and (4) some reflections, based on the above, on similarities and differences between the domestic and global fields.
Robert A. Baruch Bush,
Dispute Resolution - The Domestic Arena: A Survey of Methods, Applications and Critical Issues Beyond Confrontation: International Law for the Post-Cold War Era 9
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