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Neumann is Director of the Center for Defense Studies at King's College, London.Read more by Peter R. But the rigidity of the "no negotiations" stance has prevented any systematic exploration of how best to conduct such negotiations. 403 Forbidden . Neumann Regions Back Regions: Africa Africa See All Central Africa East Africa Southern Africa West Africa Americas Americas See All Central America & Caribbean North America South America Asia Asia See All East Asia Northeast Asia South Asia Southeast Asia Europe Europe See All Central Europe Northern Europe Southeastern Europe Western Europe Middle East Middle East See All Levant North Africa Persian Gulf Russia & FSU Russia & FSU See All Baltics Central Asia Eastern Europe & Caucasus Russian Federation World World See All Commons Topics Back Topics: Economics Economics See All Business Economic Development Finance Foreign Aid Globalization Labor Monetary Issues Political Economy Sanctions Trade Environment Environment See All Energy Environment Security Security See All Arms Control & Disarmament Cybersecurity Intelligence Strategy & Conflict Terrorism & Counterterrorism WMD & Proliferation Law & Institutions Law & Institutions See All Global Institutions Law Regional Organizations Politics & Society Politics & Society See All Civil Society Civil & Military Relations Corruption Crime & Drugs Defense Policy Demography Domestic Politics Education Foreign Policy Gender Health Ideology Media Political Development Race & Ethnicity Refugees & Migration Religion Science & Technology State Failure Theory U.S. Foreign Policy See All Obama Administration GW Bush Administration Clinton Administration GHW Bush Administration Homeland Security Reagan Administration Carter Administration Ford Administration Nixon Administration Johnson Administration Kennedy Administration Eisenhower Administration Truman Administration FD Roosevelt Administration Pre-1932 Administration Grand Strategy Legal Issues Features Back Features: Articles Articles See All Essays Comments Letters From Letters Lists Postscripts Reading Lists Responses Snapshots Anthologies Interviews Media Media See All Audio Gallery Infographic Map Video Book Reviews Back Book Reviews: Capsule Reviews Review Essays Anthologies Cart Sign In Subscribe Saved Anthologies . Foreign Affairs Primary Navigation The Magazine Browse Search Search Search Foreign Affairs Close Negotiating With Terrorists Peter R.

 

Neumann Purchase Article Facebook Twitter Email My FA Saved Articles Print DIRTY DEALS The argument against negotiating with terrorists is simple: Democracies must never give in to violence, and terrorists must never be rewarded for using it. Your browser doesn't accept cookies. How can a democratic government talk to terrorists without jeopardizing the integrity of its political system? What kinds of terrorists are susceptible to negotiations? When should negotiations be opened? The key objective for any government contemplating negotiations with terrorists is not simply to end violence but to do so in a way that minimizes the risk of setting dangerous precedents and destabilizing its political system. Courtesy Reuters Essay January/February 2007 Issue Terrorism & Counterterrorism Negotiating With Terrorists By Peter R. All Rights Reserved. The British government maintained a secret back channel to the Irish Republican Army even after the IRA had launched a mortar attack on 10 Downing Street that nearly eliminated the entire British cabinet in 1991.

 

When it comes to negotiating with terrorists, there is a clear disconnect between what governments profess and what they actually do. In 1988, the Spanish government sat down with the separatist group Basque Homeland and Freedom (known by its Basque acronym ETA) only six months after the group had killed 21 shoppers in a supermarket bombing. Sign In Register Or subscribe and save 55%! Your subscription includes: Full website and iPad access Magazine issues New! Books from the Foreign Affairs Anthology Series Subscribe Get the best of Foreign Affairs delivered to you every day. Foreign Policy See All Obama Administration GW Bush Administration Clinton Administration GHW Bush Administration Homeland Security Reagan Administration Carter Administration Ford Administration Nixon Administration Johnson Administration Kennedy Administration Eisenhower Administration Truman Administration FD Roosevelt Administration Pre-1932 Administration Grand Strategy Legal Issues Features Back Features: Articles Articles See All Essays Comments Letters From Letters Lists Postscripts Reading Lists Responses Snapshots Anthologies Interviews Media Media See All Audio Gallery Infographic Map Video Book Reviews Back Book Reviews: Capsule Reviews Review Essays Anthologies Subscribe Save 55% and get a free eBook! Subscribe Now Save 55% And get a FREE copy of The Clash at 20 eBook! CLAIM OFFER . Even the government of Israel -- which is not known to be soft on terrorism -- has strayed from the supposed ban: in 1993, it secretly negotiated the Oslo accords even though the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) continued its terrorist campaign and refused to recognize Israel's right to exist. 74309d7132

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