The Law: International Gamesman

Pick any aspect of the Middle East crisis, Harvard Law School's "conflict resolution" seminar was told, and write a paper about it. It may have seemed to the students as though they had been knocking out that sort of thing since freshman year in college, but there was a difference. "Don't spend time explaining how big the problem is or how difficult it is to solve," said Professor Roger Fisher. "Instead, identify who is in a good position to do something about it and set out a specific, detailed proposal of what he ought...

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