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3/8/2012· Mediation

What's Wrong With America-Ideology and Injustice Collide

By: Douglas Noll

Let's consider what makes this time slightly different than previous times of unrest. The essential facts are that most Americans are suffering through the deepest economic depression since the 1930s. We barely avoided a complete economic collapse and may still see an economic collapse if the euro fails.

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11/4/2011· Mediation

Mediation: Lessons Learned in Mediating Peace Between Israel and the Palestinians

By: Douglas Noll

I am reading The Truth About Camp David: The Untold Story about the Collapse of the Middle East Peace Process by Clayton Swisher. This is a modern history of the events in the Clinton administration from 1999 to 2000 concerning US attempts to mediate peace between Israel and Syria and Israel and the Palestinians.

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9/23/2011· Mediation

Mediation: Anger and Fear Affect Our Perceptions and Our Decisions

By: Douglas Noll

We have all experienced levels of anger and levels of fear in mediation, and we have witnessed our clients in fear and in anger.

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