Finally, an argument for conflict resolution skills in a US president!

I’ve been wondering why such skills–so essential to the outcome of conflicts and threats–are not emphasized in presidential campaigns. Mr. Lum’s article is a welcome and thoughtful piece on the subject.
Mr. Lum proposed clear principles and guidelines, then mentioned that he considered Obama a good example. I found that discreet and helpful, not inappropriately “promoting a candidate.” Let’s not censor ourselves and each other so quickly!

Click here to read the full article by Grande Lum: Which Presidential Candidate Would be Best at Conflict Resolution.

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