Case 354 - Resolving the Libyan Crisis - An ISD International Negotiation Simulation

by Institute for the Study of Diplomacy at Georgetown University
$ 4.50

Institute for the Study of Diplomacy

This case study allows students to simulate intensive, multi-party negotiations in a one-day exercise in order to seek a political settlement to the Libyan conflict. The instructor will divide the group into seven teams. Each team has intensive face-to-face meetings with the other teams, guided by its confidential negotiation instructions. Participants need not be experts on the region—the simulation materials contain all of the information needed to participate successfully in the exercise. This scenario is based on real events, but the negotiations are set in the future with additional hypothetical developments.