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Just about every aspect of international relations, foreign policy, and diplomacy at one time or another is subject to a negotiation.
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You can try to solve everything; you can simply try to solve one piece of it; the parties to the dispute themselves can get together, or can take some outsider - say the United States, or some other government, or it can be an organization, say the United Nation
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4 minutes 58 seconds
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Lectures (e.g. TED talks)
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The above lesson is a great teaching resource for:Upper-intermediate (B2)
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just about every aspect of international,
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… or another is subject to to negotiation negotiations, could be about capabilities negotiations could be aboutof trade.
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… get together to essentially hammer out some sort of aover some dispute negotiations of any sort always take place in a …
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Does the question sayfighting is going on?
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… what our public attitudes and thesides,
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There's, noto the ways in which an agreement, or a negotiation can be shaped.
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… say theStates or some other government,
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… various types ofsupport it's important to keep in mind the distinction between negotiations and consultations.
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… or prevent a disagreement for coming about consultations are actually much more-looking it's,
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And sometimes they,
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the reason negotiations fail is succeed more thanelse comes down to what I would call ripeness.
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What that is is a measure of whether the various leaders of the sides have theto compromise and agree.
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And when theyhave the ability it's,
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… or they think they could do better away from the table, say using arms then you're not going to get a.
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… hasn't Cyprus is an island that's been nowfor more than four decades, but there's been almost non-stop peace negotiations.
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I wasfor years as the US Representative to the talks.
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The ideas are painfully painfully wellalmost like the Middle East it's,
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… only have so much time, whatcall opportunity cost the time you spend doing one thing is time and energy.
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… sometimes you're going to make anthat a situation simply isn't, ripe it's, not teed up to be resolved.
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But then the answer isn'tdo-nothing,
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