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Track One and a Half Diplomacy and the Complementarity of Tracks

  title={Track One and a Half Diplomacy and the Complementarity of Tracks},
  author={Jeffrey Mapendere},
This paper is based on the author’s document “Consequential Conflict Transformation Model, and the Complementarity of Track One, Track One and a Half, and Track Two Diplomacy” written for, and presented at The Carter Center in the summer of 2000 as part of the Graduate Assistantship project for the Conflict Resolution Program. As a result the paper cites The Carter Center frequently as an example of a pure Track One and a Half organization. 

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