agreements make the existing peaceful equilibrium more robust against the potentially .... In a more recent article that reacts to Fortna's work, Werner and Yuen (2005) argue ... Provisions that help maintain a durable peace after the end.
To this end,Werner & Yuen (2005) argue that third parties in international ... of ceasefire durability, stating "Third parties that attempt to 'keep peace' can help to ... and make future peaceful negotiations more difficult (Werner & Yuen 2005).
more likely (Wagner 1993; Werner 1999; and Werner and Yuen 2005). ... efforts to test the proposition that some types of civil war settlements make for a more durable peace .... How are the contents of these bargains thought to help keep the.
effective in maintaining peace because “eventual leadership change in both the victor (puppet- master) and ... Suzanne Werner and Amy Yuen examine the effect of the information ... effective way to make peace following a war endure.
battlefield outcomes influence leaders' decisions to keep fighting or to pursue a ... the acceptance of peaceful settlements, make different predictions. .... 797, Lemma 1), and Werner and Yuen (2005, 265), as more information is provided.
to reach a settlement that would keep the Taliban in power.1 Yet these negotiations .... source of uncertainty is more accurately the “peace aims” of a state, rather than the war .... suming a larger amount of the good could create a bargaining problem with a third party ..... Reed 2003; Werner
over-estimate PKOs' effectiveness for keeping electoral peace. ... In contrast, Werner and Yuen (2005) theorize that peacekeeping works through military ... (Lake and Fariss, 2014) and create incentives for short-term cooperation that falter as ...
can do better by making a smaller offer, which will lead to war if they face an unexpectedly resolute ... most peace-prone model: a model with complete information and an absence of commitment problems. ...... keep reasonably good relations with their ally. Thus ..... Werner, Suzanne and Amy Yuen
political discourse among the internal actors at war (Werner and Yuen 2005; Cockayne, .... Examining which peacekeeping operations best keep the peace ... the effects that third party intervention on producing durable conflict resolution.
ment in making adversaries abide by a peace agreement. ..... ment maintain their military capacity, either informally—through militias ...... in the context of peace agreements are further developed in Werner and Yuen (2005).
bargaining, domestic regime type (the democratic peace), domestic instability, ... each student is expected to make two brief (10-15 minute) in-class presentations on the ..... Werner, Suzanne, and Amy Yuen. 2005. “Making and KeepingPeace.
produce lasting peace through conditional subsidies, even without addressing ... the inevitable (Beardsley 2008, 2011, Werner and Yuen 2005). ... the belligerents have already been assumed to have an incentive to keep private;5 without ..... benefit from actions that create uncertainty (Meirowitz
full-scale war (Fortna, 2004; Werner and Yuen, 2005; Lo et al., 2008)?. These are two .... informational problem in reaching and maintaining ceasefires. Specifically, they ... hinders peaceful revision of ceasefires by creating a situation in which.
early stages of the peace process create interdependencies that affect the likelihood of successfully ... agreements (Werner and Yuen 2005) and leave open possible future fighting that ...... ''Making and KeepingPeace.
I find that the inclusion of amnesty provisions in peace agreements significantly ... war and gross human rights abuses becomes unfeasible risks making their .... power should increase the risk that a peace process breaks down (Werner and Yuen 2005). ..... likely to keep the peace than democracies