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Section Newsletter Articles From Whitney Roberts

The history of United Nations mediation in the Darfur conflict By Whitney Roberts Alternative Dispute Resolution, May 2007 Given the importance of international conflict resolution, we have endeavored this year to address some of the high-profile areas in which conflict resolution is being attempted.
Domestic ADR Happenings By Whitney Roberts Alternative Dispute Resolution, March 2007 The State Bar of Texas’ ADR section is drafting new legislation to eliminate the confusion regarding appellate motions for state and federal cases.
Article and book reviews By Megan Boan and Whitney Roberts Alternative Dispute Resolution, November 2006 Jerome T. Barret, a United States expert on interest-based methods, and John O’Dowd, a consultant to labor and management organizations in Ireland, write on the widespread adoption of cooperative strategies in negotiations, problem solving, and dispute resolution as an indicator of a country’s maturation in collective bargaining.
A region ripe for mediation: The genocide in Darfur By Whitney Roberts Alternative Dispute Resolution, November 2006 Since early 2003 an international crisis has been perpetuating inside the Darfur region of Sudan.

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