Going Straight: Criminal Spoilers, Gang Truces and Negotiated Transitions to Lawful Order

Cockayne, James, de Boer, John and Bosetti, Louise (2017). Going Straight: Criminal Spoilers, Gang Truces and Negotiated Transitions to Lawful Order. Crime-Conflict Nexus Series. United Nations University Centre for Policy Research.

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  • Author Cockayne, James
    de Boer, John
    Bosetti, Louise
    Title Going Straight: Criminal Spoilers, Gang Truces and Negotiated Transitions to Lawful Order
    Series Title Crime-Conflict Nexus Series
    Volume/Issue No. 5
    Publication Date 2017
    Place of Publication Tokyo
    Publisher United Nations University Centre for Policy Research
    Pages 22
    Language eng
    Abstract This paper considers the role of negotiation in contexts where crime and conflict intersect. It examines negotiations between State actors and more traditional armed groups with criminal agendas as well as non-traditional negotiations involving State actors and criminal gangs (e.g. gang truces). The paper produces insights on the conditions that facilitate and spoil negotiated agreements where criminal agendas are involved and provides options for negotiators and mediators to consider when dealing with criminal agendas.
    Copyright Holder United Nations University
    Copyright Year 2017
    Copyright type All rights reserved
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