Discuss with reference to the text and negotiating history of two peace agreements.
1. ‘Each beneficial effect of secret diplomacy has a direct, negative consequence'(Wanis-St. John). Discuss withreference to two negotiation case studies.2. ‘Peace agreements cannot be reached without painful compromise and constructive ambiguity.’ Discuss with reference to the text and negotiating history of two peace agreements.3. Drawing on case-studies from your own negotiation experience (which can include the scenarios you negotiated during the intensive negotiation workshop), write a memo to a junior diplomatic colleague discussing the following:a. What are the three essential ingredients to being a successful negotiator?b. What are the three biggest obstacles to negotiatingsuccess?c. What three skills do you need to improve to become a better negotiator and how do you plan to do this?Assignment NotePlease note that essays must conform to expectations for submitted written work at the graduate level. That is, please ensure that the essay has: an introduction, body and conclusion; a clear and logical argument supported by evidence and references; a standardised system of references (e.g. Harvard style); and a 150 word abstract on the first page of the essay that locates the question or puzzle in the literature and provides the key points of the argument (for examples of an abstract consult journal articles in the readings).