Jame Demo’s documentary follows “The Peacemaker” over a five-year period….
Polls suggest that 73 percent of Americans see North Korea as the biggest immediate threat to the United States….
At the end of March, Indonesia is scheduled to host talks among Indonesian and Afghan Islamic clerics in Bogor (south of Jakarta)….
George Clooney and John Prendergast, co-founders of the Sentry, have a lot to say on the key to making peace in Africa….
President of Nigeria, Muhammadu Buahri, has applauded Ghana’s efforts to assist in mediating the political crisis in Togo where opposition groups are calling for incumbent Faure Gnassingbe to resign….
In a pay-TV dispute, Italy’s Mediaset and France’s Vivendi attempted to resolve their dispute in mediation: “The two groups have been in a legal battle….
The Convention Peoples’ Party (CPP) commended President Nan Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo for “providing sub-regional leadership to mediate in the protracted social-political unrest in Togo….
In cross-cultural negotiations, emotions and feelings are just as important as the facts. These emotions are “messaged” in various ways including “verbal” and “non-verbal.” These signals often vary based on different cultures as well as how these signals are “read” or “misread” by others.
Regardless of your views on Brexit, one cannot escape the reality that the negotiations so far have been wrought with difficulty….
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas said he would only accept a broad, internationally-backed panel to broker any peace talks with Israel. but did not rule out a U.S. role in such a panel.
On the sixth day of our trip, we met with an Israeli security and negotiation expert Ron Schatzberg. Ron works for the Tel Aviv-based think tank, the Economic Cooperation Foundation (ECF), whose mission is to promote a stable, peaceful and prosperous two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Ron gave us a geopolitical perspective on the conflict by taking us into the country-side so that we could view the geography of the situation first-hand from several Jerusalem hilltops
Observers of the conflict rightly are concerned with the education systems in Israel and Palestine. When Israelis do not learn about the Nakba or the Palestinian view of history, they are less likely to understand why Palestinians view themselves as victims.