An impartial, mutually acceptable third party whose goal is to help conflicted parties resolve their dispute. Mediators lack the power to coerce or bargain, but they can use facilitative power to influence disputants. (Michael Watkins and Susan Rosegrant, Breakthrough International Negotiations [Jossey-Bass, 2001], 93)
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