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Negotiating the Good Friday Agreement

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Retired US Senator George Mitchell played a critical role in negotiating the Good Friday Agreement in Northern Ireland. In an interview with Susan Hackley, Managing Director of the Program on Negotiation at Harvard Law School, in the February 2004 Negotiation newsletter, he describes how he was able to facilitate an agreement between these long-warring parties. … Read More 

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Workable Peace Curriculum Series

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Note: Each of the seven individual Workable Peace Series curriculum units can be purchased separately. Please click on the links below for information about purchasing individual units.  About Workable Peace The Workable Peace curriculum – a conflict resolution program for high school students and young adults – is a product of the Workable Peace Project, directed by … Read More 

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In Conflict Resolution, President Carter Turned Flaws Into Virtues

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When it comes to conflict resolution, surprisingly useful nuggets of advice come from the realm of international conflict. Take the Camp David Accords of 1978, as described minute-by-minute by Lawrence Wright in his new book, Thirteen Days in September. U.S. President Jimmy Carter made history by negotiating a peaceful end to the conflict between Israel … Read More 

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How to Conduct a Mediation During Crisis Negotiations

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The most difficult peace negotiations in recent decades—in Ireland, the Middle East, the former Yugoslavia, and Sri Lanka—were plagued by a common enemy: violent disruptions by spoilers opposed to the peace process. In each of these cases, extremists stalled negotiations by creating security crises that divided public opinion and drove negotiators apart. … Read More 

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Modest Goals Gave Hope to Syria Peace talks

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In international negotiations and other complex multiparty negotiations, should you set ambitious goals right from the start or begin with more modest ones? Aiming high can lead to dramatic payoffs if you succeed, but the difficulty of orchestrating complicated international negotiations can increase the risk of impasse. By contrast, starting with more modest goals may suggest … Read More 

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The Christmas Truce and Flanders Peace Field Project

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The Program on Negotiation at Harvard Law School and the Center for European Studies are pleased to co-sponsor:  

The Christmas Truce and Flanders Peace Field Project

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Don Mullan  Journalist/Author and Humanitarian;  Associate Chair, UNESCO Global Youth Program   Monday, March 23, 2015 2:15 PM – 4:00 PM Cabot Room, Busch Hall Harvard University

Free and open to the public.   About the Event: This lecture by Irish journalist and author Don Mullan … Read More 

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A Perspective on the Colombian Peace Process

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The Program on Negotiation at Harvard Law School and the David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies are pleased to co-present: A Perspective on the Colombian Peace Process   with   Dr. Alejandro Ordóñez Maldonado Inspector General of Colombia Procurador General  de la Nación   Friday, December 5th 12:00 – 1:00 PM Milstein East, Wasserstein Hall Harvard Law School Campus  Free and open to the public.   Please bring your … Read More 

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Negotiations by Other Means: Track II, Unilateral Action, Robust Third Party Role and Islands of Coordination in the New Middle East

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As direct Israeli-Palestinian negotiations appear to have ground to an indefinite halt, attention has shifted to other, less conventional methods for achieving mutually desirable outcomes for the two peoples. Tonight’s panelists will discuss the potential of alternatives including Track II diplomacy, isolated areas of coordination, a pro-active role of the third party and even … Read More 

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Militias in Northern Ireland: Guiding Combatants from Violence to Politics

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PON Brown Bag Lunch Series Presents: Militias in Northern Ireland:

Guiding Combatants from Violence to Politics with Rev. Dr. Gary Mason

When: Friday, November 4 Time: 12:00 — 1:30 p.m. Where: Pound Hall, Room 108 (Baker), Harvard Law School Campus Please bring your lunch. Drinks and desserts provided.

ABOUT THE SPEAKER Rev. Dr. Gary Mason has spent 24 years as a Methodist pastor in … Read More 

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Beyond diplomacy: Embedding peace and conflict transformation processes in Nepal and Lebanon

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“Beyond diplomacy:  Embedding peace and conflict transformation processes in Nepal and Lebanon”

 with Jeff Seul Chairman, Peace Appeal Foundation and

Martin Wahlisch International Lawyer and Researcher, Common Space Initiative (Beirut)    Date: November 8, 2011 Time: 4:00-6:00 PM Where: Weatherhead Center for International Affairs 1737 Cambridge Street, Room K-354, Cambridge MA Contact Chair: Donna Hicks (dhicks@wcfia.harvard.edu). Speaker Bios Jeff Seul, Chairman of the Peace Appeal Foundation, is a partner in … Read More 

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Israeli-Palestinian Negotiations: What Is Next?

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“From Madrid to New York, from bilateral to unilateral: 20 years of Israeli-Palestinian negotiations – what is next?”

Date: October 13, 2011

Time: 12:15 PM

Where: Pound Hall #200 (Corcoran Classroom), Harvard Law School Campus Brown Bag Lunch (dessert and drinks will be provided)

Click here for a campus map. About the Speaker Academic, writer, practitioner and veteran negotiator, Dr. Ron … Read More 

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Announcing the 2011 PON Summer Fellows

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About the PON Summer Fellowship Program: PON offers fellowship grants to students at Harvard University, MIT, Tufts University and other Boston-area schools who are doing internships or undertaking summer research projects in negotiation and dispute resolution in partnership with public, non-profit or academic organizations. The Summer Fellowship Program’s emphasis is on advancing the links between … Read More 

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“The Military and the Media: Two Perspectives- Iraq and Pakistan”

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“The Military and the Media:  Two Perspectives– Iraq and Pakistan”

with Wajahat Khan, and

Emma Sky

Date: March 29, 2011

Time: 4:00-6:00 PM

Where: Knafel Building, 1737 Cambridge Street, Bowie Vernon Room (Room N-262), Cambridge MA Contact Chair: Donna Hicks (dhicks@wcfia.harvard.edu). Speaker Bios Emma Sky left Iraq in September 2010, where she had served for three years as Political Advisor to General … Read More 

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The Kosovo Model for Mideast Peace

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Nir Eisikovits (director of  Suffolk University’s Graduate Program in Ethics and Public Policy) and Ehud Eiran (associate at the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs at Harvard’s Kennedy School) “Once Israelis and Palestinians start talking to each other again, all parties may need to find a new way of thinking about what these fragile negotiations … Read More 

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“Northern Ireland Peace Process: What Then, What Now, What Next?”

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The Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, the Minda de Gunzburg Center for European Studies, and Program on Negotiation Present The Right Honorable Shaun Woodward,MP Secretary of State for Northern Ireland on “Northern Ireland Peace Process: What Then, What Now, What Next?”

Date: Wednesday, December 2nd Place: Allison Dining Room, 5th Floor Taubman Building Harvard Kennedy School Campus Time: 10:30-11:45 … Read More 

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Negotiating Without Conditions

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Adapted from “Without Conditions:  The Case for Negotiating With the Enemy” by Deepak Malhotra. is Associate Professor at Harvard Business School and a co-author of Negotiation Genius: How to Overcome Obstacles and Achieve Brilliant Results at the Bargaining Table and Beyond. For the full article, visit Foreign Affairs. Diplomacy appears ready to make a comeback. The … Read More