Books "Diplomacy" by Henry Kissinger and "The Promise of Mediation" by Robert A. Baruch Bush, Joseph P. Folger

A selection of recommended books by Maria Motylyuk, a teacher at the KROK Business School from the master's program "Mediation and Conflict Management"

"Diplomacy" by Henry Kissinger: This brilliant book covers a wide-ranging history of diplomacy, covering the personal stories of the former US Secretary of State, including the impressive restoration of relations with China. Henry Kissinger skillfully reveals the role of the art of diplomacy in shaping the world we live in and the essential difference in approaches to foreign affairs. This is vital reading for anyone interested in the forces shaping our world today and tomorrow.

The Promise of Mediation by Robert A. Baruch Bush, Joseph P. Folger: This award-winning publication has revolutionized the understanding of the theory and practice of conflict intervention. In the book, for the first time, the "transformational model" of mediation was formulated, which significantly humanized the vision of the mediation process and its possibilities for conflict resolution. Over the past decade, this model has gained recognition and become a key player in the industry.

These two books not only offer interesting and important perspectives for students in the Mediation and Conflict Management program, but can also be useful for anyone interested in diplomacy, international relations, and the development of mediation skills.

You can master the art of conflict management on the Master of Mediation and Conflict Management program