In Bosnia-Herzegovina, where memories of war are still fresh, mothers and grandmothers are working at the grassroots to build a peaceful future for their country, a scholar who is highlighting their stories in an upcoming book said in a talk at the Minda de Gunzburg Center for European Studies.
A Q-and-A with Harvard officials Marilyn Hausammann and Bill Murphy on the status of contract negotiations with the University’s largest union.
The West must do more to support the ongoing, peaceful democratic revolutions in long-suppressed Arab nations, Yemeni activist and Nobel Peace Prize laureate Tawakkol Karman said during an address at the Harvard Kennedy School
Richard Olivier, son of famed actor Sir Laurence Olivier, used Shakespeare’s “Henry V” to teach Harvard students about the role of identity in conflict in Sever Hall Oct. 24. The presentation was part of “Negotiation and Conflict Management,” a course that focuses on the emotional and identity-based aspects of conflict that often confound easy resolution.
On Monday (Sept. 27) Nobel Peace Prize recipient (2008) and former President of Finland (1994-2000), Martti Ahtisaari will be honored with the 2010 Great ...
Holder of dual appointments in Harvard's Business and Law Schools, Subramanian utilizes theories of negotiating and auctioning to deliver this guide to successful transactions in today's marketplace.
Robert Mnookin’s new book looks at how to negotiate.