John McDonald and John Sigler with Ernie Tannis on Alternative Dispute Resolution

Focusing on process for some time can help facilitate better understanding of issues that make conflicts difficult to resolve, which in turn helps finding possible resolutions to such conflicts a little easier.  If you have 50 minutes to listen to two great minds express their views on one of the most sensitive conflicts of our time – the Palestinian-Israeli conflict – it would be a good investment of your time to listen to this November 2007 interview of Ambassador (retired) John McDonald and Professor Emeritus John Sigler that was directed by the brilliant and skilful interviewer Ernie Tannis on CHIN (Ottawa) radio where he explores Alternative Dispute Resolution:

I believe those views continue to be pertinent today as they were four years ago.  Further, it is a pleasure to hear Ernie bring the best thoughts of those two great minds to light as he makes sure to cover all aspects of the subject at hand.


Monzer Zimmo
Ottawa, Canada

Hope is the stuff from which life is made!

About Alcanaanite

Monzer Zimmo, a Palestinian-Canadian living and working in Ottawa, Canada. Monzer is an advocate of resolving the Palestinian-Israeli conflict through the peaceful creation of a bi-national-democratic state on all the territory of historic Palestine, where Christians, Jews, Muslims, and others live together as equal citizens; be and feel safe, secure, and at home.
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