NEGOTIATIONS AS WEAPONS TO PROMOTE PEACE AND DEVELOPMENT
This work aims to study the pedagogical advantages and the possibility of transferring the models of competitions in the field of humanities. An attempt is made to answer the question: "What advantages can the competition in international negotiations give to its participants?" Moreover, "What are the advantages for the students of the humanities in their future tasks?" The work includes both quantitative and qualitative methodological approaches. The analysis of the existing literature was carried out along with a survey of the participants in the negotiations. The authors mention some advantages of participating in competitions: they develop skills, adapt to a multicultural environment, model real emotions, referee reviews, network opportunities and future career advancement. A conclusion is made that these competitions can be an excellent addition to classroom activities or possible online training, providing practitioners with additional confidence in their skills and more experience. Possible barriers to the implementation of this idea and possible steps to resolve them are revealed. The findings can be useful for participants of these competitions, as well as their coaches.