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Radio Show: Negotiation Processes in the Middle East
Ernie Tannis, Ambassador for Peace
Canada
November 21, 2007

This ADR Show is heard regularly every Thursday noon, Eastern Standard Time, on Chin Radio 97.9 FM Ottawa.
Listen online at: http://www.chinradio.com/

Date: Thursday, Nov. 22nd 2007 (147th. show)
Time: 12 noon- 1 PM ? EDT


Negotiation Processes in the Middle East
Are they in accord with the needs of the Peoples? Whatever happened to the Oslo accords? Listen to Canadian Ambassador for Peace Ernest G. Tannis from the Alternative Dispute Resolution Centre, Ottawa, Canada hosting a program on Canadian Radio this Thanksgiving. The broadcast will also be available at http://www.chinradio.com/

Guests
  • Ambassador John McDonald (ret'd), Chair and CEO of the Institute for Multi-Track Diplomacy, Washington, D.C. (http://www.imtd.org)

  • Professor John Sigler (ret'd), formerly Paterson School of International Affairs, Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada

Co-Hosts
  • Gary Michaels, Station Manager, CHIN Radio, Ottawa, Canada

  • Ernest G. Tannis, Alternative Dispute Resolution Centre, Ottawa, Canada

CHIN Radio Ottawa is a multicultural radio station broadcasting 24 hours a day, 7 days a week in over 20 different languages to local and international ethno-cultural groups.

Programs cover the Ottawa Region, and are simultaneously broadcast live over Internet Radio (CHIN 97.9 FM) with global coverage.

Gary Michaels, as Program Director was responsible for initiating the weekly noon hour series "Cross Cultural Talk"including The ADR Show.

Ernest Tannis is Founder and Principal of the Alternative Dispute Resolution Centre, Ottawa, and author of the seminal book : Alternative Dispute Resolution that Works being re-released with updates by Spring, 2008, with a new foreword by Ambassador (Ret'd) John W. McDonald, President of the Institute for Multi-Track Diplomacy, Washington D.C (Captus Press, York University Campus, Canada, 1989)

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