Case 102 - Zanalug: A Simulation Exercise
Pangalis, Celia Seggel and Ali Khalif Galaydh
This case study is a simulation exercise based on a composite of several real African disputes. This simulation is designed to take place over a three-day period, thereby allowing sufficient time for debriefing and process analysis. This case is important because it illustrates intra- and international negotiations (both bilateral and multilateral); demonstrates the dynamics of small-state, large-state negotiations; and focuses on multilateral negotiations in the institutionalized forum of the United Nations Security Council.