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Featured Analysis

Chile’s lack of protection for negotiating parties must end

When discussing the culture of negotiation in Chile, we must

Enforcing ADR Escalation Clauses in the UK: The latest developments

The introduction of the European Union Cross Border Mediation Directive

The Vital Art of Cultural Intelligence: Why book smart isn’t

Cultural Intelligence, also known as Cultural Quotient (CQ), has always

Has China become a Leading Protector of IP Rights and

Whatever you thought about copyright protections, intellectual property or trade

Featured Opinion

The Vaccine Rush Versus the Rule of Law

What is needed for patent waivers or “compulsory licensing” to be implemented

Bitcoin Bid: Are China and NATO countries diverging on cryptocurrencies?

The US, Turkey and China have stepped in to address cryptocurrencies in

It's All about the BATNA: The acronym that changed how negotiators seal the deal

Anything can be negotiated. There are no concessions, only exchange and everything

Covid Could Expose a War of All against All: Can European unity cope?

On 30 September, 2020 the European Commission issued the 2020 Rule of