Contents: Introduction; Part I Formal Dispute Resolution Processes: Negotiation, Mediation, Arbitration, Adjudication: Public and private international dispute resolution, Andrea Kupfer Schneider; Correspondences and contradictions in international and domestic conflict resolution: lessons from general theory and varied contexts, Carrie Menkel-Meadow; Diplomacy and domestic politics: the logic of two-level games, Robert D. Putnam; Special barrier No 2: culture, Jeswald W. Salacuse; Two paths to peace: contrasting George Mitchell in Northern Ireland with Richard Holbrooke in Bosnia-Herzegovina, Daniel Curran, James K. Sebenius and Michael Watkins; The timing of peace initiatives: hurting stalemates and ripe moments, William Zartman; Cultivating peace: a practitioner's view of deadly conflict and negotiation, John Paul Lederach; Merchants of law as moral entrepreneurs: constructing international justice out of the competition for transnational business disputes, Yves Dezalay and Bryant Garth; Getting along: the evolution of dispute resolution regimes in international trade organizations, Andrea Kupfer Schneider. Part II New Processes: Institutions, Informal and Hybrid Dispute Processes: The problem-solving workshop in conflict resolution, Herbert C. Kelman; Adjudicating in anarchy: an expressive theory of international dispute resolution, Tom Ginsburg and Richard H. McAdams; Restorative justice: what is it and does it work?, Carrie Menkel-Meadow; Accountability for atrocities: moving forward by looking backward, Jane Stromseth, David Wippman and Rosa Brooks; From Nuremberg, John Hagan; Rwandan Gacaca: an experiment in transitional justice, Maya Goldstein Bolocan. Part III Issues in New Forms of International and Transnational Dispute Resolution: Current illusions and delusions about conflict management – in Africa and elsewhere, Laura Nader and Elisabetta Grande; Between dialogue and decree: international review of national courts, Robert B. Ahdieh; Truth, memory and the rule of law, David Dyzenhaus; Are there systemic ethics issues in dispute system design? And what we should [not] do about it: lessons from international and domestic fronts, Carrie Menkel-Meadow; Remembrance of things past? The relationship of the past to future in pursuing justice in mediation, Carrie Menkel-Meadow; Is alternative dispute resolution consistent with the rule of law? Lessons from abroad, Jean R. Sternlight. Part IV Coda: Coda; Name index.