Elusive Peace (Hardcover)

How Modern Diplomatic Strategies Could Better Resolve World Conflicts

By Douglas E. Noll

Prometheus Books, 9781616144173, 304pp.

Publication Date: April 26, 2011



Provides an analysis that goes behind the headlines to understand why international relations are in such disarray, why diplomacy in its current state just isn't working, and what can be done to rectify the situation.

About the Author

Douglas E. Noll, JD, MA (Clovis, CA), lawyer turned peacemaker, is a professional mediator, specializing in difficult, complex, and intractable conflicts. He has been voted as one of the Best Lawyers in America since 2005 by bestlawyers.com for his work in conflict resolution and mediation and is AV-rated by Martindale Hubbell, given to the top 1 percent of the lawyers in the United States. Mr. Noll is host of "The Doug Noll Show," an Internet radio show streamed live every Thursday evening from 7-8 pm Pacific on wsRadio.com and is a nationally recognized author, speaker, trainer, and lecturer on the topics of mediation, peacemaking, ethics, and leadership. Mr. Noll is also the author of "Sex, Politics, and Religion at the Office" (coauthored with John Boogaert); "The Neuropsychology of Conflict," chapter 3 in "The Psychology of Resolving Global Conflicts," edited by M. Fitzduff and C.E. Stout; and "Peacemaking: Practicing at the Intersection of Law and Human Conflict."