When official talks between rival nations or groups reach a stalemate, discrete discussions between retired senior diplomats, former military chiefs and other influential people can offer new solutions.

Posted on Monday, December 1, 2014

When official talks between rival nations or groups reach a stalemate, discrete discussions between retired senior diplomats, former military chiefs and other influential people can offer new solutions. Professor Peter Jones of the Graduate School of Public and International Affairs talks about what is called Track Two diplomacy.

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