by Shirli Kopelman. This article celebrates the scholarly contributions of Anatol Rapoport, the Lifetime Achievement Award recipient for the International Association for Conflict Management (IACM) in 1996.
Views on Rapoport’s life and work
Remembering Anatol Rapoport: The Path to Peace
by Leonard V. Johnson. As Commandant of the National Defence College of Canada in 1983 I invited Professor Rapoport to provide fresh perspectives on conflict at an especially dangerous time of the Cold War. Beginning with the Prisoner's Dilemma mind game on the superiority of cooperation over competition, he showed how the armed forces of contending states are, in fact, unwittingly cooperating to maintain the institution of war.