This paper reviews and compares three deliberative approaches to conflict, and applies the deliberative approach to the Tibet issue. It examines the case of a deliberative workshop, its achievements and limits. Deliberative dialogue appears to have improved knowledge and mutual understanding, enhanced mutual trust and deliberative capacities, and produced moderating effects.
JournalAsian survey : a bimonthly review of contemporary Asian affairs
Pagination709 - 734
PublisherUniversity of California Press, Journals Division
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