Across the Divide
How can we learn to live peacefully with other people whose world views are not our own? this book offers personal strategies and experiences in coping with hostile situations where communications are few, dysfunctional, or non-existent. The author challenges us to apply lessons from Cold War peacemaking to the resolution of local and personal conflicts. Asking what peaceful means are at hand for solving conflict the readers of this volume will find themselves where modern history is unfolding, in Europe, Russia, the People's Republic of China, in outreach to North Korea, and in the crucible of the United Nations.