Mitchell B. Reiss is internationally recognized for his negotiation efforts to forge peace in Northern Ireland and to stem the nuclear crisis in North Korea.
In this book, he distills his decades of experience to answer two urgent questions: When, how, and under what conditions should our government talk to terrorists? Can opening a dialogue bring conflicts to a faster resolution?
This event is hosted by David P. Hunt, Carnegie Council trustee and Friends Committee member.
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Speaker: Mitchell B. Reiss
Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs
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