The Geneva Graduate Institute Executive Education Programme is delighted to announce the redesign of its International Negotiation and Policy-making (INP) programme on the occasion of its sixteenth edition. The new programme, Diplomacy, Negotiation and Policy (DNP),...
Faculty Spotlight – Jérôme Duberry
Dr Jérôme Duberry is a well-known figure in his field with multiple skills. He recently has been nominated as the New Academic Advisor of the International Negotiation and Policy-making programme. We asked him two questions about this thematic' main challenges and the...
New Academic Advisor of the Executive Programme in International Negotiation and Policy-Making
The Geneva Graduate Institute is pleased to announce that Dr Jérome Duberry has been nominated as the new Academic Advisor of the flagship Executive Programme in International Negotiations and Policy-Making. The 15th edition of the programme will start on 19...
Participant Profile – Michelle Choy
Michelle Choy is a professional tax consultant and a participant of the 2021 cohort of the Executive Diploma on International Negotiation and Policy-Making. Juanita Uribe García, Learning Manager, has asked her 3 questions to learn more on her professional background...
US-Russia escalation: continued standoff or a path towards genuine negotiations?
The US and Russia are engaged in an escalation with cross-accusations matched with movements of troops and weaponry. The world is watching and there is apprehension that any incident could spark an open confrontation on the ground or in cyberspace. Is there still...
US-Russia “Negotiations” in Geneva Amidst Threats of “The Other Path”
"Unlike American officials, we would rather not be spouting threats, ultimatums and predicting a high price, which someone might pay […]. In terms of the negotiations, we are holding them in a cultured manner, we are open to dialogue and our diplomats maintained...
Artificial Intelligence Promises, Ethics and Human Rights: Time to Open Pandora’s Box
Despite all its promises, Artificial Intelligence (AI) presents risks to human rights online and offline, and growing ethical challenges. To benefit humanity, significant measures are needed, combining positive encouragements and stricter rules. The AI...
Meaningful Youth Participation in Africa – Change the Culture!
The Youth in many African countries have over the years made bold statements to communicate their increasing desire to engage in the development of their communities and countries. In 2003, at the 13th International Conference on AIDS and STIs in Africa, the youth...
The Power of Biases: Think Slow, Act Fast
Over the years, the field of decision-making was diagnosed through the lens of behavioral science and economics. It was found that decision-makers and negotiators can fall victim to their mental predispositions. While professionals often aspire to reach rational...
Crises Reveal UN Shortcomings
Writers on this blog and elsewhere have decried the retreat from multilateral solutions by many of the world’s current leaders, led by US president Donald Trump. They are not looking to the (United Nations) UN and other multilateral institutions to find solutions to...
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