Bellicoso is a multi-party conflict resolution simulation based loosely on the bitter civil war in El Salvador. It was developed to address problems in explore: 1) the management of interactions between external negotiations between the sides and internal negotiations within them, 2) the tensions that arise when parties to have access various forms of “violence” to to get to “change the game” 3) the way that a third party intervenors can “gain entry” into a conflict to convey it, and 4) the use of … Read more »

Bellicoso is a multi-party conflict resolution simulation based loosely on the bitter civil war in El Salvador. It was developed to address problems in explore: 1) the management of interactions between external negotiations between the sides and internal negotiations within them, 2) the tensions that arise when parties to have access various forms of “violence” to to get to “change the game” 3) the way that third party intervenors can “gain entry” into a conflict to convey it, and 4) to establish the use of staged agreements momentum towards settlement. The negotiations are between a government and an opposition team team consisting of four players, and are facilitated by a UN mediator, a total of nine different roles.
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Michael D. Watkins,
Stephen Reifenberg
Source: exercises
13 pages.
Release Date: 03 Dec, 1998. Prod #: 899095-PDF-ENG
Negotiate peace agreements in Bellicoso for UN negotiating team representatives: General information and confidential information HBR case solution

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