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Public policy mediation is a tool for solving disputes ranging from peace between nations to peace between neighbors. Mediation has long been used to resolve disputes in matters of international diplomacy. In fact, virtually every peace treaty that has been signed in the past century has come as a result of mediation.
Now, with the rise of increasingly complex environmental and land use policies, mediation is often a favorable alternative to expensive legal action that could take years to work its way through the court system. Both large corporations and individual private citizens can benefit from mediation when it comes to disputes arising from the development, implementation and enforcement of public policy.
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