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Communicating With Rogue States: The Power of the Weak

When rogue states like North Korea flex their muscles, it is often the world's weaker nations who are best positioned defuse the tensions. Peter Coleman, Professor of Psychology and Education, elaborates in The Huffington Post. Coleman is Director of TC's International Center for Cooperation and Conflict Resolution. He is the author of The Five Percent: Finding Solutions to (Seemingly) Impossible Conflicts (Perseus Books, 2011).

Published Thursday, Apr. 18, 2013

Communicating With Rogue States: The Power of the Weak

When rogue states like North Korea flex their muscles, it is often the world's weaker nations who are best positioned defuse the tensions. Peter Coleman, Professor of Psychology and Education, elaborates in The Huffington Post. Coleman is Director of TC's International Center for Cooperation and Conflict Resolution. He is the author of The Five Percent: Finding Solutions to (Seemingly) Impossible Conflicts (Perseus Books, 2011).
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