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What is the Opposite of Win-Win?/Martin Rosenfeld, JD

October 18, 2018

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In mediation theory, the term Win-Win is used quite often. The need to get both sides to “win” on some important points is never overstated. But do people really try to achieve Win-Lose? A textbook example of Win-Lose is discussed in a piece for the Wall Street Journal (10/17/18) by William A. Galston. This is […]

Duluth,MN/Martin Rosenfeld, JD

August 4, 2018

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On July 30, 2018, Gerald F. Seib wrote an article for the WSJ on how leaders of the Duluth community had decided to temper the nasty tone of some local political discussions. Nastiness often prevailed when political issues became hotly contested. The leaders developed a nine-point program called “Speak Your Peace: The Civility Project”. As […]

Lesson From the Korean Impasse/Martin Rosenfeld, JD

February 17, 2018

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Walter Russell Mead, of the WSJ, in an article on Kim Yo Jong, wrote on 2/13/18 about the efforts to bring North Korea’s nuclear program under control. (Notice the step-by-step RX for finding a solution.) “All this is to say that the effort to denuclearize North Korea is an uphill climb. That does not mean […]