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Mirror As Prism: Reimagining Reflexive Dispute Resolution Practice In A Globalized World, Kenneth H. Fox
Washington University Journal of Law & Policy
As cooperative private international dispute resolution practices become increasingly common, it is tempting for conflict practitioners to assume that the human relations insights, skills, and practices that worked well for them at home will be equally effective (and appropriate) in an international, cross-cultural environment. However, exporting the ways we understand and interact with others in conflict from a domestic environment into new and different legal, political, economic, cultural, and social environments can be problematic. As a result, attending to the human dimension of conflict and interaction should be a central part of global negotiation and dispute resolution practice. That is ...