Monthly Archives:: September 2005

New Executive Education Workshop Illuminates Technology-Centered Negotiations

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This year, the Program on Negotiation expands its Executive Education Series with a unique, two-day Program on Technology Negotiation that addresses the special problems of technology-centered negotiations.

The Program on Technology Negotiation shows participants how to:

close technology knowledge gaps
manage high levels of technology uncertainty
deal with the psychological challenges of technology negotiations
create and claim value in technology

Terrorism: Causes, Coverage, and Consequences

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Terrorism: Causes, Coverage, and Consequences (September 27, 2005)
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On Tuesday, September 27, 2005, Louise Richardson, Executive Dean of the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, and Charles Sennott, London Bureau Chief for the Boston Globe, led a discussion at Harvard’s Weatherhead Center for International Affairs on Terrorism: Causes, Coverage, and Consequences.

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Dispute Resolution at 30: Challenges and Opportunities for the Future

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Robert Bordone

The 2005-2006 academic year marks the 30th Anniversary of the Pound Conference at which Harvard Law School Professor Frank E.A. Sander delivered his now famous address entitled Varieties of Dispute Processing. For academics and professionals in dispute resolution, this talk marks the start of the modern ADR movement. Our field has grown and

PON Fall 2005 Kick-Off Event

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PON Fall 2005 Kick-Off Event: Forum on US-Iran Relations (September 14, 2005)
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Please join the Program on Negotiation for its fall 2005 kick-off event. PON staff and faculty will be on hand to talk about the program and opportunities to get involved.

After a brief introduction to