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See Brett, supra, 15–21. Most countries fall into these categories. Individualist cultures place the interests of the individual above those of the collective; hierarchical cultures, unlike egalitarian cultures, emphasize differentiated social status and deference to social superiors and associate social power with social status; negotiators from low-context-communications cultures emphasize direct, explicit 14 Cultural Law: An Introduction communications, whereas those from high-context-communication cultures emphasize indirect communications that must be understood against a complex and often unstated background of social values.

Sebenius, Caveats for Cross-Border Negotiators, 18 Negotiation J. 121 (2002); Jeffrey L. A. Sander, Culture, Negotiation, and the Eye of the Beholder, 7 Negotiation J. 249 (1991) (cautioning against stereotyping and the self-fulfilling prophesy of expecting differences even when they do not exist or are ineffectual). b. Diplomacy In recent years, empirical studies have documented the role of culture in intergovernmental negotiations and diplomacy. These studies focus on the extent to which A. The Cultural Dimension of the Legal Process 19 cultural-based premises can lead to conflicts in negotiation and advocate a more nuanced conceptualization of culture.

If cross-cultural dissonance can harm a relationship, the converse should be equally true: that cross-cultural synchrony, based on careful attention to the other side’s psychological needs, should prove beneficial. This has indeed proved to be so [as in] the example of Senator Mike Mansfield, a superb ambassador to Japan (1977–89). S. nuclear submarine, the George Washington, collided with a Japanese freighter, killing two Japanese sailors, passions ran high in Japan. S. naval inquiry, acceptance of liability, and agreement to pay compensation helped defuse the incident.

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