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The Skagit Treaty Negotiations

Posted by Rudy Kehler at Oct 10, 2012 09:20 AM |

The model of conflict resolution employed to resolve the High Ross Controversy is one that can be replecated in other transboundary conflict situations.

Regional transboundary Negotiations Leading to the Skagit River Treaty: Analysis and Future Application

Donald K. Alper and Robert L Monahan delved into the negotiation story shortly after the High Ross Treaty was drafted, and published in 1986. Their thoughts are relevant today as we are still enacting the terms of the treaty and the unique resolution terms between the unlikely parties, an american city and a canadian province, are still unique today.

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