Author Archive for Andrea K. Schneider

Israel Reflections 2017–Old Gesher (the Crossing into Jordan)

Saturday, April 29th, 2017
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This trip we added a few new places and this was one of them.  As student Jessica Lothman reflects in this post, this particular bridge was filled with history, symbolism, ... Read more »

Israel Reflections 2017–The Truth(?) of Masada

Thursday, April 27th, 2017
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From student J.J. Moore, here is a reflection on how the story that is told depends on the storyteller. I have always loved ruins. Ruins tell a story and bring an ... Read more »

Israel Reflections 2017–Day One–or, Should a Bartender Be the Next Mediator for the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict?

Wednesday, April 26th, 2017
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I am going to start posting the student reflections from the trip on a regular basis for the next couple weeks–hope you enjoy! For the start of our Israel trip this ... Read more »

Marquette Teams Excel in Negotiation Competition

Wednesday, April 6th, 2016
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I am delighted to report that two teams represented Marquette University Law School at the Fordham National Basketball Negotiation Competition in New York City this past weekend. Out of the ... Read more »

Baseball Diplomacy

Wednesday, March 23rd, 2016
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It has been great fun to watch President Obama in Cuba (and to get to say things like–hey, I was there!) over the last two days.  The one thing we ... Read more »

Now We Can All Go To Cuba!

Wednesday, February 17th, 2016
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(cross-posted from www.indisputably.org) Well not really, but soon.  Today the government announced that U.S. airlines can propose routes to Cuba which could then start flying later this year.  The President has ... Read more »

Cuba – Do They Like Us?

Wednesday, February 3rd, 2016
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(cross-posted from www.indisputably.org) Since returning, I’ve received calls from those about to go and questions from others—what are the Cuban people like?  And what do they think of Americans? The official Cuban ... Read more »

Cuba — Economic Challenges

Friday, January 29th, 2016
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For the blog today, I thought I would incorporate some of the student reflections about one of our first speakers.  We had a terrific briefing on the economy from Guilio ... Read more »

Cuba- The Spanish-Cuban-American War – Who Knew?

Wednesday, January 27th, 2016
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(cross-posted from www.indisputably.org) On our very first night in Cuba, we went to dinner at the famous Hotel Nacional.  The Hotel is gorgeous on a bluff overlooking the water, old, majestic, ... Read more »

Cuba – Yes The Cars Are Amazing

Tuesday, January 19th, 2016
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(Cross-posted from www.indisputably.org) So we all returned safely home this weekend and I look forward to blogging soon.  Truly an amazing trip of contradictions–gorgeous old cars and baroque buildings mixed with ... Read more »

Our Peacebuilding Pope

Monday, September 28th, 2015
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The Pope, a rabbi and an imam…it sounds like the beginning of a very funny joke but last week was a reality.  As you likely know, last Friday the Pope ... Read more »

Law School to Sponsor Cuba Trip

Thursday, September 17th, 2015
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This coming January 9-16, 2016, several Marquette Law School faculty and I will accompany a group of law students for an International Conflict Resolution winter break trip to Cuba.   The trip ... Read more »