Negotiation Task Force

Scholar Entrepreneur Initiative

The NTF promotes innovative solutions to Euro-Atlantic and Eurasian security challenges by creating spaces for cross-cultural negotiation research, training, and strategic analysis. We pioneer new models for high-impact knowledge dissemination, train practitioners in advanced negotiation skills, and build long-term conflict management capacity.

The Negotiation Task Force (NTF) hosts the Red Horizon crisis exercise for senior leaders, trains the next generation of security experts at the Arms Control Negotiation Academy (ACONA), creates immersive negotiation simulations, and disseminates knowledge through negotiation boot camps.

  • Are you a student interested in international affairs or negotiation? Become an NTF Research Assistant or Case Writer!
  • Are you a scholar who focuses on security issues in Eurasia? Join our international network of experts!
  • Are you a professional interested in sharpening your negotiating skills? Apply for the Red Horizon Executive Education program!

Email us at ntf@fas.harvard.edu or call the NTF office at +1 (617) 496 2180 to get in touch. To stay up to date with all things NTF, sign up for the NTF Insider today, and get the latest developments delivered to your inbox!

NTF Activities

Related Insights

Strong interpersonal relationships can be an asset in negotiations. But you should never rely on them alone to produce positive breakthroughs.

During a negotiation, one of your counterparts makes an untrue statement. How should you respond?

An opposition party is elected to lead the government of a party to a new agreement you've just negotiated, and they pledge to withdraw from it. How do you salvage the deal?

Related Events

Upcoming Event

How does Russia use these reserves to their political advantage in Europe and Eurasia? How does energy demand impact international relations in the region?

Past Event

In this exercise, you will take the role of international negotiators and mediators convening in Geneva to determine the future of Georgia once and for all.

Past Event

Ambassador Ron Prosor will address negotiations and conditions for diplomacy in the Middle East.