PSA-Harvard Negotiation Program

ABOUT

The PSA-Harvard Negotiation Program is a joint effort of Partnership for A Secure America (PSA) and Harvard Law School’s Program on Negotiation (PON). This professional training program provides congressional staff with a foundation of knowledge on negotiation and consensus-building strategies that offer promise for developing cross-party solutions to seemingly intractable foreign policy and national security issues.

For further information about the program, please contact PSA Congressional Programs Manager, Jessica Harrington at negotiation@psaonline.org or 202-293-8580

NEWS AND EVENTS

PSA-Harvard Complete the 2015/2016 Program

Partnership for a Secure America (PSA) and Harvard Law School's…

Participant Presentation Night

June 13-- In the final session of the PSA-Harvard Negotiation…
Richard Nephew with PON

Richard Nephew Discusses the Iran Nuclear Agreement

On May 19, Richard Nephew, lead sanctions expert for the U.S.…
Mandell leading negotiations

Brian Mandell Leads PSA-Harvard Negotiation Event

On April 25th, Dr. Brian Mandell returned to the PSA-Harvard…

Jonathan Burks and John Righter discuss the Murray-Ryan Budget Deal

On March 10, Mr. Jonathan Burks, National Security Advisor to…
Brian Mandell teaches staffers

Mandell Speaks at PSA-Harvard Negotiation Event

On the evening of February 1 participants in the Harvard PON-PSA…

Sebenius Speaks at PSA-Harvard Evening Event

November 9, 2015 Professor James Sebenius joined PSA to expand…

PSA-Harvard Negotiation Program Kicks Off with Sunday Refresher

On Sunday, October 18 participants in the 2015/2016 PSA-Harvard…

PSA-Harvard Begin 2015/2016 Program

After a successful pilot of the 2014 PSA-Harvard negotiation…

PSA in Roll Call: How to Negotiate Anything

How to Negotiate Anything: Lessons Learned from Capitol Leaders…

Congressional Policy Staffers Go Beyond “Zero-Sum” Legislating

This September, the Partnership for a Secure America (PSA) and…

PRESS RELEASE: Capitol Hill Negotiation Program Tackles Gridlock

Congressional Policy Staffers Go Beyond “Zero-Sum” LegislatingWashington,…