The Art Of Negotiating Intractable Conflicts

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Robert Mnookin, professor at Harvard Law School and author of Bargaining with the Devil

The tensions between Israelis and Palestinians are one of many long-standing conflicts often described as intractable. Conflict negotiation experts employ various strategies to tackle big problems, ranging from divorce and property management to ethnic, religious and international conflict.

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