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Accountable to a Purpose


by Stephen Di Lorenzo, Australia Over the last few years my adventures in the world of peacebuilding and conflict management have been rather limited, yet my enthusiasm for the field has grown. My foray into [...]

Accountable to a Purpose2017-09-01T16:46:07-05:00

Political Change and Bridging the Divide


By Rishita Apsani, India/Canada   Conflict is an inevitable and healthy part of the human condition and our role as peace builders is not to stomp out conflict as such, but to move it away [...]

Political Change and Bridging the Divide2017-09-01T16:46:07-05:00

Justice: an unrealistic utopia?


Melissa O'Donnell, Australia Any commitment to working in this field, becoming a peacemaker, surely demands a certain level of idealism, a belief that a better reality is possible and, call it naïve or arrogant, but a [...]

Justice: an unrealistic utopia?2017-09-01T16:46:07-05:00

Peace is Divine


by Tom Hasani, United States As a human being in search of a higher power, it has been a difficult life trying to understand the perpetuation of violent conflict in the name of different Gods. [...]

Peace is Divine2017-09-01T16:46:07-05:00

Unfolding the Bases of International Justice and Introduction to the International Criminal Court with Dr. Dov Jacobs


Felix Papineau, Canada As if having the opportunity to study and mingle in the beautiful and historical Clingendael Institute, where a think tank and diplomatic academy is established, was not by itself a stimulating enough [...]

Unfolding the Bases of International Justice and Introduction to the International Criminal Court with Dr. Dov Jacobs2017-09-01T16:46:07-05:00

Dialogue, the Cornerstone of Conflict Resolution


By Douglas Munemo, Zimbabwe  It was an eventful and action packed day here in Bologna spent sharpening our conflict prevention and resolution skills as Michael Shipler and Rajendra Mulmi from Search for Common Ground (SFCG) [...]

Dialogue, the Cornerstone of Conflict Resolution2017-09-01T16:46:07-05:00

How Holistic Can Transitions Be?


Juliana Gonzalez, Colombia The Hague Symposium has officially begun and we all eagerly sit at Clingendael, waiting for Dr. Daniel Serwer to come in and begin the first session. We discovered that we share no [...]

How Holistic Can Transitions Be?2017-09-01T16:46:07-05:00

Social Entrepreneurship, A Standing Ovation


by Amanda Chittleborough, Australia We concluded the first week of the Symposium with husband and wife team John Marks and Susan Collin Marks. They are the founders, President, and Senior Vice President, respectively, of the [...]

Social Entrepreneurship, A Standing Ovation2017-09-01T16:46:07-05:00

Why Peace?


by, Samantha Twietmeyer, Canada  Our conflict resolution toolboxes are being filled as we work through our first week in sunny Bologna. In his session on social entrepreneurship, John Marks, co-creator and president of Search for [...]

Why Peace?2017-09-01T16:46:07-05:00

A Symposium Through the Eyes of a Bolognese


by Caterina Manzi, Italy “Which part of Italy are you from?” My typical answer to this question used to be: “Bologna...It's in the center-North of the country” But, living in Mexico I soon learned that [...]

A Symposium Through the Eyes of a Bolognese2017-09-01T16:46:07-05:00

Wording Peace: Placing Value to Education


by Leo Guardado, El Salvador/USA Ambassador Jan Eliasson, United Nations Deputy Secretary General, addressed the 2014 IPSI Bologna Symposium on the first formal day of our month-long training. Though he provided an overview of the [...]

Wording Peace: Placing Value to Education2017-09-01T16:46:08-05:00

The Prize is Peace


  by David Carpenter, Canada  Peacemaking is difficult. That is the lesson I learned from our first foray into conflict prevention: The Simulation of the OSCE in the Ukraine-Crimea Crisis. With a Model United Nations/Crisis [...]

The Prize is Peace2017-09-01T16:46:08-05:00

A Day with a UN Ambassador


by Tom Hasani, United States As the first formal day of the symposium began our IPSI-Bologna cohort was anxiously awaiting the Symposium’s keynote speaker-- Ambassador Jan Eliasson, the Deputy Secretary-General of the United Nations. Ambassador Eliasson [...]

A Day with a UN Ambassador2017-09-01T16:46:09-05:00

A Reflection: Getting Real


by Kristy Dinsmoor, United States of America  Wednesday - We are in the second day of a 3 day simulation and it has gotten real. A fictitious country is in the midst of a civil war and [...]

A Reflection: Getting Real2017-09-01T16:46:09-05:00

A Tale of Many Interests


Natalia Montano Hernandez, Mexico “It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness, it was the epoch of belief, it was [...]

A Tale of Many Interests2017-09-01T16:46:09-05:00

In the Midst of Chaos


by Sarthak Maggon, India Leaving personalities out of negotiations is what yields constructive results. But that remains a major flaw in the concept of international conflict resolution, the existence of a plethora of interests. Yesterday began yet [...]

In the Midst of Chaos2017-09-01T16:46:09-05:00

Many Things Are Sinking Deeper, Becoming clearer


by Wanja Munaita, Kenya/Canada “To bring peace through justice” This was a statement made by a participant in the documentary War Don Don, which we watched at the Special Court for Sierra Leone. Is that possible in our [...]

Many Things Are Sinking Deeper, Becoming clearer2017-09-01T16:46:09-05:00

Reporting from Cairo


by Kristy Dinsmoor, United States of America Today our guest speaker, photojournalist Keith Lane, gave us an appreciation for the invisible people behind the scenes who put themselves at risk (in more ways than one), in a search [...]

Reporting from Cairo2017-09-01T16:46:09-05:00

Mission Impossible


by Melissa Gregg, United Kingdom Ambassador Jacques Paul Klein is a man with rich and pragmatic advice to give: “don’t mistake enthusiasm for competence”, “if you continue to ride a dead horse, don’t expect it to take [...]

Mission Impossible2017-09-01T16:46:09-05:00

Getting Real


Kristy Dinsmoor, United States of America In a field driven by donor expectations and feel good projects, we often see good intentions produce negative effects. There are often gaps between academic theory and practical application. Today our [...]

Getting Real2017-09-01T16:46:09-05:00

Validity of the Court


by Anna Farrant, Australia  My partner recently said that The Hague is like ‘Disney Land for lawyers’, and if that’s true then the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia is surely one of its most [...]

Validity of the Court2017-09-01T16:46:09-05:00

A Wealth of Knowledge


by Ben Kissin, United States of America  The 2013 Hague Symposium has been a great experience so far, and there has been a wealth of knowledgeable speakers who have lectured for us. Today’s speaker was former [...]

A Wealth of Knowledge2017-09-01T16:46:09-05:00

The ICTY Case Study


by Alex Raleigh, United States of America As I completed the readings in preparation for today’s case study on the International Criminal Tribunal for Yugoslavia (ICTY), I realized I knew almost nothing about the conflict. Nevertheless, after four [...]

The ICTY Case Study2017-09-01T16:46:09-05:00

Transitional justice: From Theory to Practice


by Marni Manning, Australia While our initial week introduced the fundamentals of transitional justice and peace building, Monday’s guest presenters, Dr Derick Brinkerhoff and Dr Francesc Vendrell, provided unique insights into the practical realities associated [...]

Transitional justice: From Theory to Practice2017-09-01T16:46:09-05:00

Governance & Its Discontents


Troy Powell, Canada Our breakout discussions were quite interesting and covered a wide gamut of topics. If I were to identify an overarching theme I would say it was globalization. A topic that evoked a protean [...]

Governance & Its Discontents2017-09-01T16:46:09-05:00

Week One Recap


by Joelle Thibault, Canada Wednesday at The Hague symposium, the class went downtown to the Leiden University, where we joined our guest speaker Dov Jacobs. He is an Assistant Professor in International Law at the Grostius Centre. [...]

Week One Recap2017-09-01T16:46:09-05:00

ICC : I went, I Saw, I Learned!


Yabah Berthe Bognini, Ivory Coast The fourth day of the symposium began with a field trip at the International Criminal Court (ICC). The purpose of the trip was to learn more about the ICC and [...]

ICC : I went, I Saw, I Learned!2017-09-01T16:46:10-05:00

Mapping the Framework for Holistic Transitions


by Wanja Munaita, Kenya/Canada From Australia to Cameroon, India to the United States, we gathered  yesterday with much anticipation for the first lecture of what has been defined as “an intense but fun & fulfilling” month at the [...]

Mapping the Framework for Holistic Transitions2017-09-01T16:46:11-05:00

What Civil Resistance Can Achieve


by SeoHyun Choi, South Korea Suppose there are two different groups of people on the street, protesting against the authoritarian government. One of them is armed and ready to take a violent action; the other is [...]

What Civil Resistance Can Achieve2017-09-01T16:46:11-05:00

The Building Blocks of Peace


By Gianina Pellegrini, USA As much as I was looking forward to attending this symposium and knew that I needed to participate in this experience, I truly didn’t know what to expect. The first three [...]

The Building Blocks of Peace2017-09-01T16:46:11-05:00

Aligning Business with Passion


By Rebecca Viljoen, South Africa "The world's problems could not be solved by the institutions that created them because these systems were stuck in old ways of thinking. They knew how to make the system [...]

Aligning Business with Passion2017-09-01T16:46:11-05:00

International Mediation and Dr. Joyce Neu


By Joanne Cotton, Australia After two privileged days guided by Dr. Joyce Neu, we are now better informed as to what is involved in international mediation and the role of the mediator. As Founder and [...]

International Mediation and Dr. Joyce Neu2017-09-01T16:46:11-05:00

Intra-organization Mediation and Negotiation and the Potential of Information for Change


By Carlos Castillo, Colombia  In this blog entry I would like to comment on two different but yet interacting topics. First, the manifestation of conflict during decision-making processes inside organizations (government bureaucracies, NGO staff, diplomatic [...]

Intra-organization Mediation and Negotiation and the Potential of Information for Change2017-09-01T16:46:11-05:00

International Mediation Theory


By Abraham Kuol Nyuon, South Sudan Conflict management has become very popular in virtually all national contexts today because conflict is found in all aspects of international relations. The formation of various regional blocks within [...]

International Mediation Theory2017-09-01T16:46:11-05:00

UNSCR 1325 Bringing Women to the Table


By Helena Grönberg, Finland “Women bring a different perspective to the table,” said Dr. Joyce Neu during her first day at the 2013 Bologna Symposium. Dr. Neu, a seasoned mediator who has been engaged in [...]

UNSCR 1325 Bringing Women to the Table2017-09-01T16:46:11-05:00

Recognizing Negotiations in Mediation


 By Rohan Thwaites, Australia ‘Mobilize’, ‘instruct’, ‘direct’, ‘guide’ or ‘coordinate’? Negotiations about what might seem semantics to some were the topic of Wednesday’s simulation as member states from the US, UK, USSR, Indonesia, Peru, Tunisia [...]

Recognizing Negotiations in Mediation2017-09-01T16:46:12-05:00

An Ounce of Prevention or a Pound of Cure?


By Fiona Kitavi, Kenya Prevention Conflict, such a simple word. Taken for granted by many whether consciously or unconsciously.  Conflict prevention, conflict resolution and conflict reconciliation all have one thing in common, and for me [...]

An Ounce of Prevention or a Pound of Cure?2017-09-01T16:46:12-05:00

Conflict Prevention and Resolution


By Kishor Silwal, Nepal Conflict is ubiquitous in social relations and among interdependent parties who have different interests, preferences or needs. Thus conflict prevention means different things to different people and there is no single [...]

Conflict Prevention and Resolution2017-09-01T16:46:12-05:00

Negotiations and Dinner with Betty Bigombe


By William Bejan, USA Although I thought it impossible, the second week in Bologna has possibly surpassed the first! We learned tools of international negotiation from Wilbur Perlot who is a Senior Training and Research [...]

Negotiations and Dinner with Betty Bigombe2017-09-01T16:46:12-05:00

Facilitation training by Search for Common Ground


By Maaike van Adrichem, The Netherlands Facilitating dialogues to resolve conflict We all know them: the nay-sayers, the know-it-alls, the avoiders and the distractors. On the second day of the facilitation training we were challenged [...]

Facilitation training by Search for Common Ground2017-09-01T16:46:12-05:00

Facilitation Training: The Art of Perception


By Lauren Hershey, USA Any avowed art aficionado has, at some point, viewed the famous perceptual illusion of the “Young Girl-Old Woman” and has more naturally seen one image over the other. Personally, it doesn’t [...]

Facilitation Training: The Art of Perception2017-09-01T16:46:12-05:00

Counterfactuals and Peace Simulations


By Nathan Shea, Australia "I strongly urge you all to play your part in ending the potential for future violence and preventing a situation that could lead to mass atrocities. Let us be an example [...]

Counterfactuals and Peace Simulations2017-09-01T16:46:12-05:00

Peace… Eat, Pray, Love


By Gaone Magogwe, Botswana I arrived in “Bologna la rossa, la grossa, e la dotta” Friday evening from wintery Botswana, smack into 30 degrees of humid heat… a great welcome for me; I am totally [...]

Peace… Eat, Pray, Love2017-09-01T16:46:12-05:00

Conflict Prevention and Management


by Lira Duishebaeva, Kyrgyzstan Today we had an amazing experience gaining exposure to some classic distinctions of categorizing causes of conflict presented by P. Terrence Hopmann as part of the lecture on “Primary drivers, Diagnosing [...]

Conflict Prevention and Management2017-09-01T16:46:12-05:00


Hello from the Johns Hopkins University SAIS Center in Bologna, Italy! The 2013 Bologna Symposium will offer an unprecedented line-up of the world's top academics, practitioners, and advocates, and we want to make sure those not present at the program [...]


A Random Sign-Up.


by Mariam Metwally, Egypt  When I randomly signed up to write a blog on the 16th of August, I had no idea that I will be writing about, in my opinion, one of the most influencing, [...]

A Random Sign-Up.2017-09-01T16:46:12-05:00

The Heat Is On.


By Lyn Drummond, Australia The second day of the three day simulation was a very long one. It started just after midnight, then 2am, and 4am as negotiators were hauled from their beds to find out [...]

The Heat Is On.2017-09-01T16:46:12-05:00

Transitioning Kanrayistan – Day 1.


by Ana Valeria, Bolivia After an almost sleepless night, partially because of the reading, partially because of the geek inside anxiously awaiting 8 a.m., and surely the thought of maybe not living up to the standards of [...]

Transitioning Kanrayistan – Day 1.2017-09-01T16:46:12-05:00

Jumping Into Action.


by Ruth Murambadoro, Zimbabwe Week four of the Hague Symposium mark the crux of the 30days in Den Haag. Monday's short-course on negotiation came to the test in yesterday's activities as participants had to constantly [...]

Jumping Into Action.2017-09-01T16:46:14-05:00

Unfinished Business.


 by, Tina Svalina, Bosnia and Herzegovina Dr. Valerie Rosoux opened our minds and touched our hearts through her presentation  about memory, reconciliation and memorialization. She was able to incorporate all of our ideas  into a structured discussion [...]

Unfinished Business.2017-01-26T20:14:22-05:00

A Day At The STL.


by Isa Bello, Nigeria Today, the Symposium spent the day at the Special Tribunal For Lebanon (STL). The Special Court is indeed unique. It is borne out of an agreement between the Lebanese government and the United [...]

A Day At The STL.2017-01-26T20:13:49-05:00

A Healthy Dose of Cynicism.


by Yooree Lee, Australia 'I'm having a cynical day today', is what I jotted down in my notepad as I sat down to listen to those working within the Special Tribunal for Lebanon. And it soon became [...]

A Healthy Dose of Cynicism.2017-09-01T16:46:14-05:00

A Voice For The Victims.


by Karabo Rajuili, South Africa It’s the third week of classes, and second week of tribunal site visits. On the back of visits to the International Court for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY), and the Special Court [...]

A Voice For The Victims.2017-09-01T16:46:14-05:00

Which Justice? What Justice? Who’s Justice?


by Saskia Nauenberg, United States of America The story of Sierra Leone’s rebel leader Issa Sesay left many of us conflicted: Was it fair? What sentence should he have received? Does the Special Court of Sierra Leone positively [...]

Which Justice? What Justice? Who’s Justice?2017-09-01T16:46:14-05:00

On Mandates.


by Rosemary Grey, Australia The highlight of Monday's visit to the Special Court for Sierra Leone (SCSL) was an insightful address by Brenda Hollis, Chief Prosecutor of SCSL. In a comment that reflected the influence of restorative [...]

On Mandates.2017-09-01T16:46:14-05:00

Be Flexible.


by Ruth Murambadoro, Zimbabwe Although Liberia is a founding member of the United Nations and African Union (former Organization for African Union), it has not been spared from the risk of  destabilizing global peace and [...]

Be Flexible.2017-09-01T16:46:14-05:00

Working Tirelessly.


by Maria Morell, Argentina As days go by, we are going deeper and deeper into the analysis of concrete case studies of post conflict transitions. After reviewing the Argentina transition and the unstopping seek for justice and [...]

Working Tirelessly.2017-09-01T16:46:14-05:00

Steep Grade.


by Colina Cole, United States of America The Hague Symposium cohort visited the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ITCY), which was established to prosecute high ranking officials for war crimes in the former Yugoslavia that occurred [...]

Steep Grade.2017-09-01T16:46:14-05:00



by Melani Van Der Merwe, South Africa The second week of The Hague Symposium has been amazing yet emotionally taxing and gripping...eye opening! Through the stories and pearls of wisdom shared by some of the [...]


Reconciliation Achieved – Problem Solved.


by Jesse Delbridge, South Africa A difficult combination to achieve simultaneously is integration and self-determination,  especially considering that precious little economic integration has taken place since the  fall of the old regime. Whilst the transitional [...]

Reconciliation Achieved – Problem Solved.2017-09-01T16:46:14-05:00

Back to the Beginning.


by Jenny Cook, United States of America Yesterday we were privileged to hear from not one but two world leaders in transitional justice. It was a great crossroad between two very important subjects: justice and truth. [...]

Back to the Beginning.2017-09-01T16:46:14-05:00

What We Do Affects the Whole World.


by Katherine Stodulka, Australia Pouring rain cannot dampen the friendships that are forming at The Hague Symposium, nor the eagerness to learn new skills and the feeling of privilege to be participating in such a unique [...]

What We Do Affects the Whole World.2017-09-01T16:46:14-05:00

Facing the Gray.


by Raf Callaerts, Belgium “Everyone say IPSIIIIIIIIIIIIIII!” *Click* We are standing on the steps of the Peace Palace, an iconic structure that originated from the ideals of pacifism and world peace, its beautiful hallways, rooms and [...]

Facing the Gray.2017-09-01T16:46:14-05:00

A Little Bias.


by Stephaine Cruise, United States of America What would you rather be doing in the month of July? Away on holiday enjoying the summer solstice or empowering and educating the 2012 Hague Symposium’s future leaders? I [...]

A Little Bias.2017-09-01T16:46:15-05:00

And So It Begins!


by Lutisha Vickerie, United States of America The 2012 The Hague Symposium on Post-Conflict Transitions and International Justice kicked off unofficially on Saturday, July 21st with an informal meet and greet in the square in front of [...]

And So It Begins!2017-09-01T16:46:15-05:00

Thinking About Bread.


by Andrés Martinez-Garcia, Colombia Dear Colleagues, Think about bread. The fluffy kind… To make bread a baker puts together a variety of ingredients. But one is key: Yeast. This is how it works: You grab a [...]

Thinking About Bread.2017-09-01T16:46:15-05:00

Farewell Adress


by Billene Seyoum, Ethiopia  It is an honor to stand here amongst a cohort of enthusiastic and determined agents of change, whose vision and commitment to seeking ways of making our world a better place is inspiring. At [...]

Farewell Adress2017-09-01T16:46:15-05:00

Escalation and Self-Discovery.


by Stephanie Billingham, Canada Yesterday saw the end of Day Two of our three day simulation, and what a day it was. An investigation into the explosion at the Georgian/Abkhaz Power Plant revealed an Abkhaz diaspora as [...]

Escalation and Self-Discovery.2017-09-01T16:46:15-05:00

Conflict in the Caucus Mountains.


by Alex Hong, United States of America  In the fourth and final week of the IPSI Symposium in Bologna, we get to try everything our we have learned so far. Tuesday was the second day [...]

Conflict in the Caucus Mountains.2017-09-01T16:46:15-05:00

A History of Non-Voilent Tactics.


by Lauren Squires, United States of America Our first Friday of July began as Dr. Jack Duvall discussed how civil resistance can replace violence and terror. This enlightening and provocative lecture touched on many themes of [...]

A History of Non-Voilent Tactics.2017-09-01T16:46:15-05:00

Just One Week Left.


by Jenn Buxton, Canada I can’t believe we are starting our last week; the saying “time flies when you’re having fun” really stands true at IPSI. I have appreciated all the speakers and trainers, as well as, [...]

Just One Week Left.2017-09-01T16:46:16-05:00

Single system, Single Action.


by Chloe Baveas, Australia   The dramatic description of the nonviolence discourse by Jack Duvall set the tone for the rest of the day. Keeping up with IPSI calibre of speakers, Mr Duvall passionately delved into the [...]

Single system, Single Action.2017-09-01T16:46:16-05:00

Non-Violence and Resistance Movements.


by Auriel Niemack, South Africa On Thursday we were graced with three speakers from the International Cente on Non-Violent Conflict, Jack Duvall, Maciej Bartkowski and Mary King, who all spoke to various aspects of non-violence and civil [...]

Non-Violence and Resistance Movements.2017-09-01T16:46:16-05:00

Memory and the Real Price Laptops.


by Emma Hodder, New Zealand  Today had to be one of my favourite days of the symposium thus far. In the morning we were treated to the beautiful and engaging Dr Valérie Rosoux talking about reconciliation. After [...]

Memory and the Real Price Laptops.2017-09-01T16:46:16-05:00

Theories Of Change (TOCs) in the Design, Monitoring and Evaluation (DME) of Projects in Fragile States.


by Hamdi Aden, Somalia  Yesterday, Heidi Ober, from Care International gave an informative workshop on Theories Of Change  (TOCs) in the Design, Monitoring and Evaluation (DME) of projects in fragile states. Using examples from Nepal, [...]

Theories Of Change (TOCs) in the Design, Monitoring and Evaluation (DME) of Projects in Fragile States.2017-01-27T18:55:37-05:00

Knowing is Half the Battle.


by Chris de Wit, The Netherlands In a few years I reckon I’ll look back on today, thinking it was one of these days that has had a significant impact on my ‘road taken’. John and [...]

Knowing is Half the Battle.2017-01-27T18:55:37-05:00

Libya to Syria – Testing R2P.


by Billene Woldeyes, Ethiopia I remember following with intensity the domino effect of the Arab Spring as it hit the North African states in early December 2010. I wondered if a transition in Libya with minimal [...]

Libya to Syria – Testing R2P.2017-01-27T18:55:37-05:00

Stakeholders and Trading Partners.


by Larissa Alles, Germany Generally speaking, this symposium generates significantly more questions than answers. But what it also does is to shift one's own perspective from left to right, back and forth. Today's session on the Responsibility [...]

Stakeholders and Trading Partners.2017-09-01T16:46:16-05:00

Application and Evaluation.


by Reem Alsalem, Palestine  In the latter half of last week, we were immersed into a mini crash course on negotiating successfully in an international context by professor Wilbur Perlot of the Clingendael Institute in the [...]

Application and Evaluation.2017-01-27T18:55:37-05:00

A Reflection.


by Hamdi Aden, Somalia  Although, women are recognized as a fundamental force in the quest to eradicate poverty and maintain the stability of families and societies, human rights violations against women remain at a level where [...]

A Reflection.2017-09-01T16:46:16-05:00

Peace or Justice?


by Larissa Alles, Germany Coming mostly from Western countries, few of us have ever thought to differentiate between peace and justice or vice versa. Why should we, since we often have both? Yet, when listening [...]

Peace or Justice?2017-01-27T18:55:37-05:00

Two Weeks Left.


by Jenn Buxton, Canada We are now almost done our second week, but what an awesome week it has been! I am in shock by how quickly the time is passing by. Soon I will [...]

Two Weeks Left.2017-01-27T18:55:37-05:00

Theory and Reality.


by Hamdi Aden, Somalia There is a surreal experience when you sit listening to a talk by someone whose work you have often quoted (in the hurried pages of the many essays you have written) over [...]

Theory and Reality.2017-09-01T16:46:16-05:00



 by Emma Hodder, New Zealand  After a full day simulation on Tuesday it was nice to have a day of academics today. We spent the morning brainstorming the key aspects for a successful negotiation with Wilburt Perlot [...]

BATNA, WATNA & ZOPA.2017-01-27T18:55:37-05:00

Simulating Inclusive Peace Processes.


by Alex Hong, United States of America We are in the second week of the IPSI Symposium in Bologna and have been given the opportunity to learn from Dr. Joyce Neu. With over twenty years [...]

Simulating Inclusive Peace Processes.2017-09-01T16:46:17-05:00

International Mediation Theory.


by Hamdi Aden, Somalia Week two is promising to be an exciting challenge and learning opportunity for participants as Dr. Joyce Neu took to the lectern yesterday morning. Participants listened enthusiastically as Dr. Neu discussed [...]

International Mediation Theory.2017-01-27T18:55:37-05:00
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