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Title Should governments negotiate with terrorists? [electronic resource] / Amanda Hiber, book editor.
Publication Info. Detroit : Greenhaven Press, c2008.
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 Libraries Electronic Books  ELECTRONIC BOOK-Opposing Viewpoints In Context    AVAIL. ONLINE
Description 121 p. ; 23 cm.
Series At issue. National security.
Opposing Viewpoints In Context
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (p. 110-116) and index.
Contents Governments should negotiate with alleged terrorists in some situations / Noah Feldman -- Governments should never negotiate with terrorists / Michael Rubin and Suzanne Gershowitz -- Negotiations brought about peace in Northern Ireland / Michael Ancram -- Negotiations alone did not bring about peace in Northern Ireland / David Trimble -- The United States should negotiate with North Korea / Selig S. Harrison -- Negotiating with North Korea has encouraged its negative actions / Stephen Rademaker -- Israel should negotiate with Hamas / Johann Hari -- Israel should not negotiate with the Palestinians / Michael Rubin -- Israel's refusal to negotiate with Palestine has led to more terrorism / Marc Gopin -- Israel and the United States should negotiate with Syria / Gidon D. Remba -- The United States should negotiate with Iran / Abbas Maleki -- The United States should not negotiate with Iran / Kathryn Jean Lopez -- The United States should negotiate with Sunni insurgents in Iraq / Joe Conason -- Private negotiations with terrorists are increasing / Rod Nordland -- The United States should negotiate with al Qaeda / Louise Richardson -- The United States should not negotiate with al Qaeda / Andrew C. McCarthy.
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Subject Terrorism -- United States -- Prevention -- Juvenile literature.
Terrorism -- Government policy -- United States -- Juvenile literature.
Conflict management -- United States -- Juvenile literature.
Added Author Hiber, Amanda.
Opposing Viewpoints In Context
ISBN 9780737739329 (hardcover)
0737739320 (hardcover)
9780737739336 (pbk.)
0737739339 (pbk.)
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