International Negotiation & Conflict Resolution

Recent Lectures and Events

Corporations and Human Rights: Accountability Mechanisms for Dispute Resolution
Caroline Rees, F '98 from the Center for Business and Government.

Disarming, Demobilizing and Reintegrating the Kurdistan Worker’s Party
David L. Phillips will discuss the latest report by the National Committee on American Foreign Policy.

Negotiating Disarmament, Demobilization, and Reintegration
Anton Baare discusses the Lord's Resistance Army and Uganda.

Azerbaijan: Challenges and Opportunities
Round Table Discussion on the Upcoming Elections and the Peace Process.

The Role of Negotiation and Mediation in Global Conflict Management
Over 90 percent of 350 conflicts that started since 1945 were managed through negotiation and mediation. Jacob Bercovitch shared his findings on these cases.

The Application of Complexity Science to Peacebuilding and Conflict Analysis
This two-day cutting edge international research conference brought together experts and practitioners from vastly different disciplines: cognitive science, psychology, ecology, urban planning, economics, systems dynamics, computational modeling, anthropology, conflict resolution and negotiation, development, political science, humanitarian affairs, and peacebuilding.

Related Student Groups

  • The Fletcher Mediation Practicum
  • International Negotiation and Conflict Resolution Club