Rethinking the United States’ Behavior in the World: The Role of Foreign Policy

PON Staff   •  03/18/2008   •  Filed in Events, The Kelman Seminar

Joseph Nye, University Distinguished Service Professor, Sultan of Oman Professor of International Relations and former Dean of Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government

Robert Mnookin, the Samuel Williston Professor of Law and Chair of the Program on Negotiation at Harvard Law School

The discussions in the Negotiation, Conflict and the News Media series focus on exploring the relationship … Learn More About This Program 

Dispute Systems Design Across Context and Continents

PON Staff   •  03/07/2008   •  Filed in Events, Opportunities for Students, Student Events, The Kelman Seminar, Webcasts

Please join us to learn more about dispute systems design and engage in what we anticipate will be a lively and thoughtful series of discussions. The Symposium is open to the public and admission is free.

Please RSVP by March 3 to hnlr@law.harvard.edu.

Featuring leading scholars and practitioners, including:

Ken Feinberg
Special Master of the Federal September 11th Victim
Compensation … Learn More About This Program 

Rethinking the United States’ Behavior in the World: The Role of the Presidential Election

PON Staff   •  02/26/2008   •  Filed in Events, The Kelman Seminar

David King, Lecturer in Public Policy at Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government

David Yespen, columnist at the Des Moines Register and Fellow at the Kennedy School’s Institute of Politics

The discussions in the Negotiation, Conflict and the News Media series focus on exploring the relationship among government, news media, and the conflict resolution community … Learn More About This Program 

Negotiating with Iran Across the Values Divide: Politics, Culture and Religion

PON Staff   •  12/11/2007   •  Filed in Events, The Kelman Seminar

Panelists:

Iason Athanasiadis, freelance reporter in Iran and Nieman Fellow
Ali Banuazizi, Professor of Political Science at Boston College

The discussions in the Negotiation, Conflict and the News Media series focus on exploring the relationship among government, news media, and the conflict resolution community in framing and responding to conflict. Topics examine how conflict is framed and how … Learn More About This Program 

Zimbabwe: Negotiating with an Irrational Dictator

PON Staff   •  11/13/2007   •  Filed in Events, The Kelman Seminar

Robert Rotberg, Adjunct Professor of Public Policy and Director, Program on Intrastate Conflict and Conflict Resolution, Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University

Andrew Meldum, Editor and correspondent for The Guardian and Observer in the United Kingdom, and Nieman Fellow

The discussions in the Negotiation, Conflict and the News Media series focus on exploring the relationship among government, … Read Zimbabwe: Negotiating with an Irrational Dictator 

Coping with the Anti-American Populist Rhetoric of our Latin Neighbors

PON Staff   •  10/16/2007   •  Filed in Events, The Kelman Seminar

Rafael Fernandez de Castro, Robert F. Kennedy Visiting Professor at the David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies,

Raul Penaranda, Editorial Director, La Epoca and Nieman Fellow, and

Fernando Rodrigues, Columnist, Fohla de S. Paulo and Nieman Fellow

The discussions in the Negotiation, Conflict and the News Media series focus on exploring the relationship among government, news media, … Learn More About This Program 

Coping with the Reality of Hamas

PON Staff   •  09/25/2007   •  Filed in Events, The Kelman Seminar

Ayelet Bechar, freelance film maker and Nieman Fellow

Herbert C. Kelman, the Richard Clarke Cabot Professor of Social Ethics, Emeritus at Harvard University

Simon Wilson, editor, BBC Middle East Bureau and Nieman Fellow

The discussions in the Negotiation, Conflict and the News Media series focus on exploring the relationship among government, news media, and the conflict resolution community … Read Coping with the Reality of Hamas 

How Language Affects Public Perception

PON Staff   •  05/01/2007   •  Filed in Events, The Kelman Seminar

with Tom Ashbrook of NPR’s On Point and William Gamson, Professor of Sociology at Boston College
The discussions in the Negotiation, Conflict and the News Media series focus on exploring the relationship among government, news media, and the conflict resolution community in framing and responding to conflict. Topics examine how conflict is framed and how that … Read How Language Affects Public Perception 

Bridging the Divide Between Conflict Management and Journalism

PON Staff   •  04/10/2007   •  Filed in Events, The Kelman Seminar

Josh Yager, CBS Producer, and Deepak Malhotra, Assistant Professor, Harvard Business School

The discussions in the Negotiation, Conflict and the News Media series focus on exploring the relationship among government, news media, and the conflict resolution community in framing and responding to conflict. Topics examine how conflict is framed and how that influences the escalation and … Learn More About This Program 

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