The assassination of Burhanuddin Rabbani, who was spearheading the reconciliation process with the Taliban in Afghanistan, has changed the dynamics of peace in Aghanistan. The Afghan government has evidence that the assassination, carried out by the Quetta Shura Taliban headed by Mullah Omar and based in Pakistan, was supported, encouraged, and perhaps financed by the ISI, the Pakistani Intelligence Service. The Pakistanis vehemently deny this charge. However, it would seem that Pakistani…Continue
My guest on this edition of The Doug Noll Show is Professor Paula Young--a leader in training lawyers to be problem solvers and peacemakers.
Paula, winner of the Distinguished Mediator Award given by the Virginia mediation Network, is an Associate Professor of Law at the Appalachian School of Law and Director of its Lawyer as Problem-Solver…Continue
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On the November 18, 2010 edition of The Doug Noll Show I have a conversation with scholar peacemaker Susan Allen Nan, assistant professor at the Institute for Conflict Analysis and Resolution at George Mason University. Susan’s academic focus is on reflective practice and research that emerges from practice contexts. In addition, she has engaged long-term in conflict resolution in the…Continue
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