Dialogue refers to an open, honest discussion between or among the parties in a dispute. In a dialogue, the parties learn about the other group's feelings, beliefs, interests and needs, without trying to "win" over the other side. It often helps to have a third party to facilitate the dialogue so that everyone has an equal chance to share his or her views.
List of books: Dialogue

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