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(p. 86) Hostage Negotiation in the Military 

(p. 86) Hostage Negotiation in the Military
(p. 86) Hostage Negotiation in the Military

Laurence Miller

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date: 07 March 2021

Resolution of hostage crises may take hours or days of intensely focused and stressful negotiation. This chapter describes the nature of hostage crises and the basic strategies of hostage negotiation culled from the psychological and law enforcement literature, with special application to military settings.

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