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A research review on Multilateral Diplomacy has not yet been completed by the Simon-Skojdt Center for the Prevention of Genocide.
About Multilateral Diplomacy
Multilateral diplomacy is “the practice of involving more than two nations or parties in achieving diplomatic solutions to supranational problems” (Mahbubani 2013). It includes engagement with ad hoc groupings of countries and diplomacy through formal international organizations, such as the United Nations, NATO, and the Organization of American States.
Strategies This Tool Can Support
(1) Dissuading potential perpetrators from committing mass atrocities
(2) Degrading potential perpetrators’ capacity to commit atrocities
(3) Protecting vulnerable civilian populations
(4) Facilitating leadership or political transition