International Negotiation 8: 451–467, 2003. © 2004 Koninklijke Brill NV. Printed in the Netherlands. Negotiating the Non-Negotiable: Dealing with Absolutist Terrorists RICHARD E. HAYES,* STACEY R. KAMINSKI,** and STEVEN M. BERES*** Evidence Based Research, Inc., 1595 Spring Hill Road, Suite 250, Vienna, VA 22182, USA (E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org) Abstract. Terrorism has taken on a new form in which loss of life is par for the course and where terrorist demands are often impossible to meet. To combat these new absolutist terror- ists, the US government has developed innovative approaches to defend national security, including negotiating with state sponsors of terrorism with the threat of force for noncompli- ance, isolating the violent actors by offering financial rewards for assistance in combating ter- ror, and offering and employing international intelligence assistance. Each of these approaches, whether it results in a reward or punishment, involves some form of negotiation with the ter- rorists or those who support them to gain the information necessary to disrupt terrorist networks and convict those responsible. Keywords: terrorism, Al Qaeda, government, negotiation, security, Taliban. Background The 20th century witnessed global expansion of markets ranging from energy and consumer goods to media and culture. By the end of
International Negotiation – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 2003
Keywords: SECURITY; TERRORISM; TALIBAN; AL QAEDA; GOVERNMENT; NEGOTIATION
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