In this Issue
Negotiation Becomes a High-Resolution Art
A quarter-century after "Getting to Yes," Harvard's Program on Negotiation is refining the art and sharing it with the world.
Road Maps and Roadblocks
Harvard-trained negotiators are working hard on both sides of the Israeli-Palestinian dispute, in which everyone seems to know where they want to go but no one knows quite how to get there.
Some of the biggest deal makers put the world on hold while they teach in a class led by Professor Guhan Subramanian '98. But they're also there to learn a thing or two about negotiation.
Show Me the Money!
Peter Carfagna '79 has negotiated for Tiger Woods and other marquee athletes. As sports law has become increasingly diversified, so has he. He now owns two baseball teams.
From the Dean
Letters: Social Security, the "war" on drugs, and public service
Student Snapshot: From The Hague to Sudan
Ask the Professor: Which fixes really help the environment?
Hearsay: Faculty short takes
On Topic: Four faculty pro bono projects
Tribute: Detlev Vagts '51 and Henry Steiner '55
Gallery: John Roberts '79 in good company
Closing: Susan Lytle Lipton LL.M. '71