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Calming The Caucasus: Neutralizing Azerbaijan’S Military “Batna” To Restart The Peace Process In Nagorno-Karabakh (Artsakh), Patrick Babajanian Apr 2023

Calming The Caucasus: Neutralizing Azerbaijan’S Military “Batna” To Restart The Peace Process In Nagorno-Karabakh (Artsakh), Patrick Babajanian

Pepperdine Dispute Resolution Law Journal

The article begins by surveying the historical background of the Artsakh conflict, from its ancient roots to the immediate aftermath of the 2020 war. It then introduces the key issue I identify as obstructing the peace process from resuming, namely Azerbaijan’s calculation that its military BATNA outweighs any value of continued negotiation. Next, the article evaluates two legal tactics the United States could implement in its national capacity to correct this situation, focusing on actions intended to limit Azerbaijan’s military strength by withholding foreign aid and enacting targeted sanctions, with the goal of achieving greater parity between Armenia and Azerbaijan …


The Cold War And The Discipline Of Negotiation, Bazil Cunningham Apr 2019

The Cold War And The Discipline Of Negotiation, Bazil Cunningham

Global Tides

The Cold War period is perhaps one of the most tumultuous periods in modern history apart from the calamity of World War I and World War II. The juxtaposition of two world superpowers and the proliferation of nuclear arms resulted in extreme tension, uncertainty, and fear during the Cold War era. Although nuclear warfare was averted, experts all unanimously agree that the world barely escaped unscathed. This paper will provide detail surrounding the history of the Cold World Era, an in-depth discussion regarding the application of Negotiation theory to this conflict, and any conclusions that can be drawn. The synthesis …


The Day After Tomorrow: What Happens Once A Middle East Peace Treaty Is Signed?, Andrea Kupfer Schneider Jan 2006

The Day After Tomorrow: What Happens Once A Middle East Peace Treaty Is Signed?, Andrea Kupfer Schneider

Nevada Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Superordinate Claims Management: Resolution Focus From Day One, Dale C. Hetzler Jun 2005

Superordinate Claims Management: Resolution Focus From Day One, Dale C. Hetzler

Georgia State University Law Review

No abstract provided.


An Analysis Of The Factors That Determine When And How To Resolve A Trademark Dispute, Thomas J. Speiss, Stephen M. Levine Jan 2004

An Analysis Of The Factors That Determine When And How To Resolve A Trademark Dispute, Thomas J. Speiss, Stephen M. Levine

Richmond Journal of Law & Technology

Business and war have one thing in common: strategy. “Never to be undertaken thoughtlessly or recklessly, [strategy is] to be preceded by measures designed to make it easy to” obtain the desired outcome. “A skilled general must be master of the complementary arts of simulation and dissimulation; while creating shapes to confuse and delude the [negotiating adversary] he conceals his true dispositions and ultimate intent.” His actions “are designed to entice the [adversary], to unbalance him, and to create a situation favourable for a decisive counter-stroke.”