The British Academy for Training and Development offers a training course in the management of international negotiations, where states are obligated in modern international law to settle their disputes by peaceful means. This commitment was not exist before charter of the United Nations, where states were free to settle their disputes by military force. The means of peaceful settlement are divided into direct means between the disputing parties, such as negotiations, investigation, judiciary and arbitration. In accordance with Chapter VI of the Charter of the United Nations entitled "The pacific settlement of disputes", In Article 33, the first paragraph, acknowledged the following: "All parties to any dispute whose continuation would endanger the maintenance of international peace and security must, first of all, seek its solution through negotiation, investigation, mediation, conciliation, arbitration and judicial settlement, or by resorting to regional agencies and organizations or other peaceful means of their choice.". We note from the text of the previous article that negotiation came first of the peaceful means to be followed in view of their importance and the role they played in many of the issues that befell the international community
Objectives and target group
Who should attend?
Managers of international relations offices within government ministries and private offices.
Managers of the offices of international embassies affiliated to the ministries.
Directors of foreign ministry offices within countries.
All workers within the offices of international relations and international cooperation.
All workers within the offices of international bodies.
All newly employed in the diplomatic field.
How attendees will benefit?
After completion of the course, delegates will be able to:
Comprehensive knowledge of international negotiations.
Knowledge of the objectives of international negotiations.
Ability to carry out international negotiation steps.
Knowledge of negotiation strategies.
Experience with diplomatic methods for settling international disputes.
Knowledge of international conflict management methods.
Definition of bargaining.
The difference between negotiation and bargaining.
When to negotiate and when to bargain.
Negotiations science or art.
Objectives of the negotiation process.
Negotiation preparation stage.
Negotiation start stage.
What is meant by international conflict?
When is a conflict considered international?
What are the disputes that are not considered international disputes?!
Diplomatic methods for settling international disputes.
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