Using the Internet, find an article that discusses a negotiation situation that has occurred in a global context (e.g., international organization/corporation, international acquisition, government to government negotiation, etc.). Be sure to analyze the implications of globalization and technology on negotiation.
"Television Debates as a Form of Pre-negotiation in Protracted Conflicts: Nightline in South Africa (1985) and Israel (1988)."© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com July 19, 2018, 9:20 pm ad1c9bdddf
I chose an excellent article called "Television Debates as a Form of Pre-negotiation in Protracted Conflicts: Nightline in South Africa (1985) and Israel (1988). Pursuant to your post, I discussed:
Track Two Negotiations
The Negotiation Situation
Global Electronic Negotiations
Problem Solving through Negotiations
The paper opens with an abstract and closes with a conclusion. The paper itself is just over 700 words. All quotes are properly cited and all references are in accordance with APA format regulations.
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I chose the article, Television Debates as a Form of Pre-negotiation in Protracted Conflicts: Nightline in South Africa (1985) and Israel (1988) by Johannes (Jannie) M. Botes. I felt this article outlined a negotiation situation that occurred in a global context by an international organization. The analysis of this article will discuss the implications of globalization and the technology used in the negotiations to bring news that is unbiased to one war ridden country and one third world country. The article discusses "if a track two" negotiation can prepare the groundwork for a proper "track one" government-to-government negotiation process.
Track Two Media Intervention
Nightline is a popular American show that focuses on world news. The show is broadcast nightly on the ABC Network. ...
The solution discusses track two negotiations, the negotiation situation, the global electronic negotiations and problem solving through negotiations. This solution is approximately 800 words with four references.