Bridging Cultural Conflicts

Bridging Cultural Conflicts

In this ground-breaking book the author uses her unique experience and vast knowledge of psychology, multicultural dispute resolution and international jurisprudence to present a very human but also practical approach to dealing with conflicts on a personal, business and political level - local, regional, or transboundary.

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