Conflicts don’t just get resolved on their own. Most are resolved through a grueling process of give and take, usually behind closed doors. On the podcast The Negotiators, Doha Debates is partnering with Foreign Policy to put listeners in the room. Each episode features the mediators behind the world's most challenging negotiations. You’ll hear about a nuclear standoff, a hostage crisis, a gang mediation, and much more -- successes and failures that shaped people’s lives.


Title Date published
The Maestro of Mediation 2023-11-21
From Humanitarian Catastrophe to Peace in Yemen? 2023-11-14
Why Israeli-Palestinian Peace Plans Fail 2023-11-07
The Water Agreement That Helped Avert a Monumental Resource Crisis 2023-10-31
How Negotiators Navigated the Thorny Issue of Water Rights Between Mexico and the U.S. 2023-10-24
How Kofi Annan Mediated a Volatile Political Crisis in Kenya 2023-10-17
Top Negotiator for Hollywood Writers Traces Steps That Led to a Deal With Studios 2023-10-10
Negotiating a Truce to End Gang Violence in Los Angeles 2023-10-03
The Lawyer Behind U.S. Women’s Soccer’s Equal Pay Deal 2023-10-02
The Hard Road to Equal Pay in U.S. Soccer 2023-09-26
How the Good Friday Agreement Ended Decades of Violence in Northern Ireland 2023-09-19
Coming Soon: Negotiators Season 3 2023-09-12
ENCORE: What It Took to Negotiate a Nuclear Arms Treaty With Russia 2023-02-24
The Art of Hostage Negotiations—When You’re the Hostage 2022-11-22
Inside the Turbulent Negotiations Over Brexit 2022-11-15
Inside the Youth-Led Fight for Peace in Libya 2022-11-08
Negotiating a Criminal Justice Bill Across Party Lines 2022-11-01
Chileans Wanted a New Constitution but Negotiators Failed Them 2022-10-25
What it Took to Negotiate a Nuclear Arms Treaty With Russia 2022-10-18
Negotiating with Insurgents in Burkina Faso 2022-10-11

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