Authors: Ruth Ben‐Artzi , Moty Cristal , Shirli Kopelman
Negotiations in the Israeli–Palestinian conflict are historically traced and compared through an analysis of conflict resolution (CR) and conflict management (CM), defined as distinct negotiation processes. The assumption that CM is a stepping‐stone to CR is challenged: Linking the two processes has not only entrenched but exacerbated this enduring conflict. Theoretical and practical implications are discussed.
Keywords: conflict, conflict resolution, conflict management, negotiation process, Israel, Palestine, Israeli–Palestinian conflict, Middle East
How to Cite: Ben‐Artzi, R. , Cristal, M. & Kopelman, S. (2015) “Conceptualizing Conflict Management and Conflict Resolution as Distinct Negotiation Processes in the Context of the Enduring Israeli–Palestinian Conflict”, Negotiation and Conflict Management Research. 8(1). doi: https://doi.org/10.34891/d532-tm84