Conflict Resolution

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Conflict Net (Peace Net) This is a group of people dedicated to promoting the constructive resolution of conflict by offering current information on conflict resolution, including discussions on critical issues in the field, current legislation, and training activity. They also have a gopher location called which offers considerable additional information on this subject.
Conflict resolution consortium Research program about risks, conflicts, negotiations and sanctions. This site contains a lot of information about conflict management and crisis situations.
   
Harvard Program on Non-Violent Sanctions "The Harvard Program on Nonviolent Sanctions and Cultural Survival is a research program within the University's Center for International Affairs. The research looks at situations of acute conflict in order to better understand the capabilities of nonviolent struggle in support of human rights and civil liberties. Case studies complement the computer assisted monitoring of emerging conflicts, with an emphasis on identifying conflicts before they erupt into violence."
   
Institute for Study of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ISADR) "ISADR (Humboldt State University) conducts cutting edge research in the field of alternative dispute resolution and provides professional training for mediators, facilitators, and other dispute mediators. Their mission is to encourage and support quantitative, qualitative, and theoretical research in the field of alternative dispute resolution processes and practices."
INCORE The Initiative on Conflict Resolution and Ethnicity is a central resource on the Internet for conflict resolution and ethnic conflict.
   
University of California Institute on Global Conflict and Cooperation (IGCC) This is a combination of nine University of California campuses plus the Lawrence Livermore and Los Alamos national Laboratories offering system wide information and publications. IGCC's system wide structure enables it to draw from an large pool of specialists on virtually any topic. Research agenda includes: arms control and proliferation, regional relations, international environmental policy, international relations theory, and the domestic sources of foreign policy. This is one of the largest sources of dissertation and fellowship support on international studies in the USA.