Politics of compromise: The Tajikistan peace process
Publication date: 
2001
Accord issue: 
10

If war can be understood in part as the failure of politics by ordinary means, the Tajik peace process helped to end the war through restoring the politics of compromise. Introducing the Tajikistan issue of Accord, Catherine Barnes and Kamoludin Abdullaev highlight the aspects of the process covered in the publication, , including how multiple primary and secondary parties were successfully coordinated in the peace process.