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How Family Law Attorneys Tend to Think, Part II
Mediator, Family Law Attorney, Collaborative Law Practitioner,...
Except for the years I was in Juvenile Dependency court, where mediation was available for each case set for trial (but not presently, because that court system does not now have the funds to do so), I can count on the fingers of one hand the times when opposing counsel suggested mediation.
U.S. Must Quit Bush's Chicken Little Politics in Pakistan, Cold Turkey
Human rights lawyer, term member of the U.S. Council on Foreig...
Rather than continue its prominent role in supporting one person within the Pakistani government, the U.S. should now assume a low profile as the new-elected order establishes itself.
Syndicated columnist. Appears on MSNBC and is a member of SPJ ...
Instead of sending the resisters kicking and screaming to a Baghdad posting, fill in the gaps for needed diplomats with people from Blackwater.
Coercive Diplomacy and War: The Vietnam Precedent
Investigative historian and journalist
Coercive diplomacy is a seductive policy for national security managers - as well as for candidates. But Vietnam experience shows how that road leads to war by way of hubris and miscalculation.
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