Institute for Dispute Resolution

Mind Your Own Business course

The NJCU, Institute for Dispute Resolution has a program, named “Connecting Bridges and Borders”. Connection with this program the University has a course ” Mind Your Own Business”. As finals season approaches in the world of undergraduate studies, so do Professor Weiss’s unique opportunities for bright business students to showcase their strengths in a way […]

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Scandinavian Pandemic Response

The Journal of International Crisis and Risk Communication Research published the invitation for the panel of the Crisis2021 Conference: On 5 March 2021 from 4-6pm (CET) the ECREA Crisis Communication Section will host the second in our Crisis2021 series focusing on a panel discussion of distinguished scholars from across Scandinavia exploring the comparisons and comparative outcomes […]

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Connecting Effective Communication and Business

This week marks the kickoff of a brand new season of the Institute for Dispute Resolution’s “Connecting Bridges and Borders” podcast series. The IDR is honored to have the extremely accomplished Thomas Barat sit down with Professor Weiss to outline some ways in which businesses can work to increase cross-border communication.

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How to deal with crisis management?

The Association of Foreign Correspondents (AFC-USA), hosted an online workshop exclusively for foreign journalists and members of the AFC-USA “on how to deal with crisis management” with Anthony Scaramucci from Skybridge Capital.

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Realpolitik: What is the New World Order?

Realpolitik: What is the New World Order? US-China Competition After Covid-19 with Zoltan Feher On this exciting next episode of Connecting Bridges and Borders, we are speaking with Zoltan Feher, who is a diplomat-scholar, an Adjunct Lecturer at Tufts University, Research Fellow at the Center for Strategic Studies at The Fletcher School of Law and […]

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