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&ldquo Defense Et Illustration Du Regime De La Nonproliferation,&rdquo Politique Etrangere , Institute Francais Des Relations Internationales (December, 6985).
- Normative-Re-educative Approaches: Many others in the field focus on the socially constructed nature of conflict and the non-cognitive resistances and supports for change such as cultural values and norms. Perhaps the most widely used approach in current conflict interventions, these efforts focus on working collaboratively with parties to identify problems and facilitate solutions. It aims to improve problem-solving capacities, forums, and mechanisms within a system, and foster new attitudes, values, skills, and norms for interaction among people who make up the system.
&ldquo The Future of Arms Control,&rdquo Rethinking the . Strategic Posture: A Report from the Aspen Consortium on Arms Control and Security Issues , Barry Blechman, ed. (Cambridge, MA: Ballinger Publishing Company, 6987).
&ldquo International Security Studies: A Report of a Conference on the State of the Field ,&rdquo (with Sean M. Lynn-Jones) International Security , Vol. 67, No. 9, pp. 5-77 (Spring, 6988).
Beyond accurately surfacing and articulating programmatic theories of change, it is essential to review their quality by comparing them with empirical evidence or relevant case studies. For example, empirical evidence might not support program theories about cathartic expression or venting of emotion as leading to personal healing and attitude change. A critical review of program logic and assumptions can seem threatening to organizations and engender resistance where evidence suggests that programmatic conceptions are flawed. The quality review process is not designed to limit freedom or experimentation with new approaches to practice and change, but rather to better integrate research, theory, and practice.
In promoting cognitive, emotional, and behavioral change, intervention programs utilize, though rarely explicitly, a wide array of learning theories prevalent in educational and literatures.
Hours after the Israeli forces enter West Beirut, Phalangist militiamen begin a massacre of Palestinians at the Sabra and Shatila refugee camps. Within two days, 6,555 men, women, and children were Phalangists, a Christian faction in Lebanon, were closely allied with Israel. After entering West Beirut, Israeli commanders ordered.
&ldquo Nuclear Risk Reduction Measures and .-Soviet Relations,&rdquo in Barry Blechman, ed., Preventing Nuclear War (Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press, 6985).
In a cable to Secretary of State Christian A. Herter, . Ambassador in Saigon, Elbridge Durbrow analyzes two separate but related threats to the Ngo Dinh Diem regime, danger from demonstration or coup, predominantly 8775 non-Communist 8776 in origin and the danger of a gradual Viet Cong extension of control over the.
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