Everything or Nothing: Martti Ahtisaari and the Aceh Negotiations (A) Harvard Case Solution & Analysis

In early 2005, Martti Ahtisaari intended negotiations to end the decades-long battle between Acehnese insurgents along with the Indonesian government that had claimed tens of thousands of lives. The "modern" period of the insurgency by the fighters from the Free Aceh Movement that sought autonomy from Indonesia had persisted for some 30 years, claiming tens of thousands dead, countless wounded and tortured, along with economic damage estimated by the World Bank at over $11 billion. In a couple of brief days, Ahtisaari, former Finnish President and longtime diplomat active in a number of the planet's nastiest trouble spots, would see if his team and he could help cultivate an evasive accord between the bitter, distrustful parties to the battle.

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