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The Peace Processes Yearbook 2011 analyses conflicts in which negotiations are underway with the intention of reaching a peace agreement. The yearbook looks at a variety of negotiations, including both formalised and exploratory talks and those that are stalled or in crisis. The report also examines some cases, such as India, where the negotiations or explorations are partial in that they do not encompass all the armed groups in a country. Most of the negotiations refer to armed conflicts and the report analyses some contexts where, although armed conflict has been suspended, the parties have not reached a final agreement to end hostilities. The negotiations therefore make sense in order to avoid the beginning or a resurgence of new armed confrontations. The Peace Processes Yearbook 2011 will be a vital resource for students, researchers and policy makers in the field of conflict resolution.