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    STUDIA EUROPAEA - Issue no. 1 / 2014  

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  Abstract:   The main objective behind the subject of negotiation in the context of a UN Security Council reform is to explore the potential of interactive learning methods and its uses in understanding international relations and European studies: students take on the role of state representatives and negotiate as part of the UN Security Council. The paper has two main focus points: the theoretical dimension and the practical dimension. As far as theory goes we have highlighted the application of interactive methods in learning using the background provided by the international context surrounding the UN reform, in particular aspects related to the Security Council. The concept of negotiation has also been an important focus: defining the concept, typologies associated with different models of negotiations and characteristics that define the ideal negotiator. The practical dimension has to do with a study case on a debate session organized earlier this year with the participation of students from International Relations and European Studies in Oradea, application that provided important data on aspects such as decision-making, international politics and negotiation. 

Keywords: negotiation, UN, Security Council, interactive learning method, model UN, reform
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