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polarized america

Pew Polls and the Polarization of America

posted: October 29th, 2014

HNMCP is testing a new feature in which members of the team occasionally share thoughts in a brief, blog-like format about negotiation and conflict management in the context of current events. We look forward to your feedback.   by Tracy … Continue reading

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Preparing Future Generations to Negotiate the US-China Relationship

posted: October 24th, 2014

HNMCP is testing a new feature in which members of the team occasionally share thoughts in a brief, blog-like format about negotiation and conflict management in the context of current events. We look forward to your feedback.   by Alonzo Emery … Continue reading

NYU Flag

The Absent Party in NYU’s Expansion Plan: A Dispute Systems Designer

posted: October 17th, 2014

HNMCP is testing a new feature in which members of the team occasionally share thoughts in a brief, blog-like format about negotiation and conflict management in the context of current events. We look forward to your feedback.   by Robert C. … Continue reading

1L Fall Info Session HLS Negotiation Workshop 2015 Poster

1L Applications to the Negotiation Workshop Now Being Accepted

posted: October 14th, 2014

1L students in all 1L sections are eligible for admission to the Spring 2015 Negotiation Workshop. Because of the special nature of the Workshop, 1L admission to the Negotiation Workshop will be through a separate application process that will occur … Continue reading

tightrope

A Tightrope Over Both Your Houses

posted: October 9th, 2014

HNMCP Clinical Instructor Heather Scheiwe Kulp has been published in the most recent issue of the Pepperdine Dispute Resolution Law Journal with her cleverly titled article, “A Tightrope Over Both Your Houses: Ensuring Party Participation and Preserving Mediation’s Core Values … Continue reading

President Obama

Thinking beyond force in the fight against ISIS

posted: October 3rd, 2014

HNMCP is testing a new feature in which members of the team occasionally share thoughts in a brief, blog-like format about negotiation and conflict management in the context of current events. We look forward to your feedback.   by Robert C. … Continue reading

Afghan Elections

The Not-So-Secret Problem with the Afghan Election Results

posted: September 26th, 2014

HNMCP is testing a new feature in which members of the team occasionally share thoughts in a brief, blog-like format about negotiation and conflict management in the context of current events. We look forward to your feedback.   by Robert C. … Continue reading

Rope

Disentangling Ferguson’s Conflicts

posted: September 25th, 2014

HNMCP is testing a new feature in which members of the team occasionally share thoughts in a brief, blog-like format about negotiation and conflict management in the context of current events. We look forward to your feedback.   by Heather … Continue reading

public dialogue

Moving Beyond a Call for “Dialogue”

posted: August 29th, 2014

by Robert C. Bordone August 29, 2014   In the tumultuous days since Michael Brown was shot by a police officer in Ferguson, Missouri, we have witnessed a wide range of reactions, responses, and coping strategies. Some have been physical … Continue reading

Seeds of Peace - The Whole Group

Why do we need “peace” stories?

posted: August 27th, 2014

HNMCP is testing a new feature in which members of the team occasionally share thoughts in a brief, blog-like format about negotiation and conflict management in the context of current events.   Our inaugural entry is by HNMCP Founding Director … Continue reading