2R-01 |
Direct negotiations take place between the sides |

2R-02 |
One side agrees to negotiate |

2R-03 |
One side refuses to negotiate |

2R-04 |
Both sides unwilling to negotiate |

2R-05 |
Sides share a common heritage |

2R-06 |
Sides do not share a common heritage |

2R-07 |
The leaders of one side approach the other side's leader for
a modus vivendi |

2R-08 |
Representatives of the sides agree to a meeting of leaders |

2R-09 |
Deep ideological split develops between the sides |

2R-10 |
The two sides are not ideologically divided |

2R-11 |
Partial agreements have previously been reached |

2R-12 |
One side underestimates own strength and overestimates that
of the other and its ally |

2R-13 |
One side accuses other of using allies to subvert government |

2R-14 |
One side charges the other with fomenting revolt within its
territory |

2R-15 |
One side succeeds in influencing the other by non-military
means |

2R-16 |
One side fails to influence the other by non-military means |

2R-17 |
Police or military measures taken by one side increase
momentum for change |

2R-18 |
Time decreases in which an opportunity can be exploited |

2R-19 |
"Status quo" side takes strong measures against
"non-status quo" side and its supporters |

2R-20 |
"Non-status quo" side believes the other side will
never yield to its demands |

2R-21 |
Public opinion in one side aroused by action of other side |

2R-22 |
Public opinion in one side is indifferent |