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Arbitrating in China – What Interim Measures are Available from the Courts? author.

Arbitrating in China – What Interim Measures are Available from the Courts?

Kluwer Arbitration BlogThe recent revisions to the Chinese Civil Procedure Law (the “CPL”) made some significant amendments to the arbitration...

By Stuart Dutson
Consider Creativity, Framing in Negotiation author.

Consider Creativity, Framing in Negotiation

This article was originally published 8/5/10 in The Arizona RepublicTeaching some executive-MBA students in Singapore highlighted some important negotiation lessons...

By Marty Latz
Striving for Independence, Competence, and Fairness: A Case Study of the Beijing Arbitration Commission – Part 2 author.

Striving for Independence, Competence, and Fairness: A Case Study of the Beijing Arbitration Commission – Part 2

(Review Part 1 here.) IV. BUILDING EFFECTIVE MECHANISMS TO MAINTAIN INTEGRITY All arbitration institutions attest to their own fairness. But...

By Fuyong Chen
Striving for Independence, Competence, and Fairness: A Case Study of the Beijing Arbitration Commission author.

Striving for Independence, Competence, and Fairness: A Case Study of the Beijing Arbitration Commission

The emergence in China of local arbitration commissions (“LACs”), and in particular their growing role as a forum of choice...

By Fuyong Chen
Cross-border Agreements into India: The Arbitration Clause author.

Cross-border Agreements into India: The Arbitration Clause

Disputing Blog by Karl Bayer, Victoria VanBuren, and Holly Hayes Cross-border agreements into India – the arbitration clause International agreements...

By Victoria VanBuren

Beyond Adjudication: Resolving International Resource Disputes in an Era of Climate Change

I. INTRODUCTION Climate change is one of the greatest emerging threats to global peace and security. Among other impacts, climate...

By Anna Spain
Change, Like Rome, Wasn’t Built in a Day author.

Change, Like Rome, Wasn’t Built in a Day

From the Mediation Matters Blog of Steve Mehta.How do you negotiate the Israel-Palestine problem? What about North Korea? Well a...

By Steve Mehta

Got Disputes? Asian/Western Insights on Commercial Dispute Resolution

With rapid growth in commercial dealings between Asian nations and an ever-expanding number of partners, the likelihood of disputes grows...

By Shahla Ali
Keynote Speech by Hong Kong Secretary for Justice at ICC Commercial Mediation Workshop November 12, 2010 author.

Keynote Speech by Hong Kong Secretary for Justice at ICC Commercial Mediation Workshop November 12, 2010

Introduction Thank you very much for inviting me to address you at your workshop on mediating commercial disputes this afternoon....

By Wong Yan Lung, SC
Chris Moore: Contexts in which the Center for Dispute Resolution Works – Video author.

Chris Moore: Contexts in which the Center for Dispute Resolution Works – Video

Chris Moore talks about the focus of CDR's work: large, multi-party disputes that often involve the public, organizational and policy-level...

By Chris Moore
Larry Fong: Personal Background Influenced Choice of Occupation – Video author.

Larry Fong: Personal Background Influenced Choice of Occupation – Video

Larry Fong talks about his cultural history as a Chinese Canadian which he believes has affected his decision to mediate...

By Larry Fong
Wakeen, Terry: Cultural Differences in Conflict Resolution – Video author.

Wakeen, Terry: Cultural Differences in Conflict Resolution – Video

Theresa Wakeen describes a case she had that involved a Korean mother and a bus-driver who had hit and killed...

By Teresa Wakeen
Peter Adler: Mediation in India: Panchayat – Video author.

Peter Adler: Mediation in India: Panchayat – Video

Peter Adler speaks of his experiences of observing how mediation occurs in rural India, by Panchayats, rural governing bodies that...

By Peter Adler
Peter Adler: Experiences Leading to Interest in Mediation: Conflict in India – Video author.

Peter Adler: Experiences Leading to Interest in Mediation: Conflict in India – Video

Peter Adler describes his Peace Corps experience in India and how it may have led to his interest in mediation....

By Peter Adler
Moore, Chris: Changes in World Conflict – Video author.

Moore, Chris: Changes in World Conflict – Video

Chris Moore shares his opinion on how world conflict has gone down in some arenas, but in others it has...

By Chris Moore
Thomas Stipanowich: Chinese Model for Conciliation – Video author.

Thomas Stipanowich: Chinese Model for Conciliation – Video

Thomas Stipanowich shares his notion of the Chinese model for concilliation, which is about restoring harmony within a community. Traditionally,...

By Tom Stipanowich
Lincoln, Bill: International Mediation Training – Video author.

Lincoln, Bill: International Mediation Training – Video

Bill Lincoln describes his work in Afghanistan trying to implement mediation courses within the university and Foreign Ministry; he underscores...

By Bill Lincoln

The World is Looking to Obama — and America

First published online by UCLA Today Online, on July 15, 2008.Despite all the media coverage of the national election campaign,...

By Anna Spain
The Four Faces of Face author.

The Four Faces of Face

Editor’s Note: This is a paper that was first presented in 1999. It is published here for the first time...

By John Ng
Eye of the Storm Leadership – Chapter One author.

Eye of the Storm Leadership – Chapter One

Chapter One of Eye of the Storm Leadership: Guerilla Bridge Building.

By Peter Adler
The Ok Tedi Negotiations: Rebalancing the Equation in a Chronic Sustainability Dilemma author.

The Ok Tedi Negotiations: Rebalancing the Equation in a Chronic Sustainability Dilemma

Between November 2005 and June 2007, a team from The Keystone Center helped organize and implement a multiparty negotiation process...

By Peter Adler

Aotearoa New Zealand

I love this country. Some days it takes my breath away. Like yesterday. I was asked to help out a...

By Geoff Sharp

Communicating for Peace

Editorial Note:For those of us who live in the west, it is difficult to fully appreciate the violent context from...

By Sanjana Hattotuwa
The Experience of Training in Macau (China) author.

The Experience of Training in Macau (China)

Recently I delivered several training courses to an adult training center in Macau S.A.R., China. This center provides certificate and...

By Kin I (Deane) Lam

Cleaning Up the Schoolyard

The classroom isn’t the only place in the school community where tension can mount. Whether it’s in the grounds, the...

By Sue Farley

Promoting Australian ADR Abroad

Australian mediators and alternative dispute resolution centres are taking a leading role in encouraging the use of dispute resolution techniques...

By Sandra Purser

Negotiations and other ADR with the Chinese

Cross-cultural negotiations and alternative dispute resolution (ADR)1 with the Chinese, in particular, exemplify how civilization clashes may be reconciled in...

By Urs Martin Laeuchli
What’s New in Australia author.

What’s New in Australia

The Australasian section of mediate.com has been developed as a reliable reference source for Australasian mediation practitioners. Shirli Kirschner has...

By Shirli Kirschner

Islamic Mediation Techniques for Middle East Conflicts

Many Middle Eastern scholars and practitioners trained in the United States have returned to their countries of origin ready to...

By George E. Irani

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