In this issue e.g. articles on the effect of EU enlargement on the rules of negotiation, peacemaking in the middle-east and negotiating the Caspian Sea.
1. From the PIN Steering Committee (Rudolf Avenhaus, Franz Cede, Guy Olivier Faure, Victor Kremenyuk, Paul Meerts, Gunnar Sjöstedt and I. William Zartman)
1. EU Enlargement Will Change the Rules of Negotiation (Franz Cede)
3. Terrorists or Freedom Fighters? (I. William Zartman)
4. IIASA’s Research and Negotiation (Victor A. Kremenyuk)
5. Why It Is Important to Study “Negotiated Risks” (Gunnar Sjöstedt)
6. PIN Steering Committee at Iran’s School of International Relations
6. Negotiating a Caspian Sea Agreement (Paul Meerts)
7. Structure of Caspian Sea Negotiations and Russia as a Negotiator (Victor Kremenyuk)
7. Culture and Caspian Negotiations (Guy Olivier Faure)
8. Negotiation Power in the Caspian Sea Council (Rudolf Avenhaus)
8. First International Biennale on Negotiation
9. Negotiation Research in the UK (Cecilia Albin)
11. Recently Published by PIN: Containing the Atom (Rudolf Avenhaus, Victor Kremenyuk and Gunnar Sjöstedt)
12. PIN Books
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