This book examines the problems governments face or are likely to face in handling a hostage situation. It seeks to address the specialized subject of crisis management when applied to hostage/siege incidents and concentrates, in particular, on the techniques used in siege negotiations. It covers negotiation tactics, strategy and organizational issues associated with incident response in depth. The book will be of interest to police and military colleges, politicians, government officials and anybody interested in international relations and conflict studies.
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