Dispute Resolution As regions in the Balkans and the Middle East edge toward war, the role of the mediator becomes increasingly more difficult, not to mention more important. Liane speaks will Bill Ury, director of the Project on Preventing War at the Harvard Law School Program on Negotiation.
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As regions in the Balkans and the Middle East edge toward war, the role of the mediator becomes increasingly more difficult, not to mention more important. Liane speaks will Bill Ury, director of the Project on Preventing War at the Harvard Law School Program on Negotiation.