Conflict Resolution Examples in History: Learning from Nuclear Disarmament
Negotiation techniques as described in the following article from the Program on Negotiation at the Harvard Law School may find application not only in a more formal negotiation such as that held in a mediation, but it may be useful in cross examination, or even in day to day negotiations. Having a sound understanding your opponent’s position or concerns (along with their interests if they are possible to discern) is critical to success with your negotiations. Not only that, the path to reaching an understanding of such matters will necessarily involve an agreement being reached with your opponent – even if that agreement is only (for the moment) limited to establishing the same – but an agreement none the less that should not be taken for granted.
The full article, published 8 May 2023, can be viewed here.