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PINPoints 33

In this issue e.g. Gunnar Sjöstedt on knowledge diplomacy, Mark Anstey on negotiating organizational change and I. William Zartman on analyzing negotiations by focussing on the selection of the negotiating parties.

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  • 2. Editorial: Science in International Policymaking

  • 4. Knowledge Diplomacy (Gunnar Sjöstedt)

  • 8. Thinking Globally, Acting Locally: An International Negotiation Workshop on Mediating Identity Conflicts (Ariel Macaspac)

  • 9. Negotiating Organizational Change (Mark Anstey)

  • 13. Negotiation as a Choice of Partners (I. William Zartman)

  • 17. Call for Papers: Dealing with Deadlocks (Mark Anstey, Fen Osler Hampson and I. William Zartman)

  • 18. Arms Control and Disarmament Verification (Rudolf Avenhaus, Morton Canty, and Thomas Krieger)

  • 20. Putting on-site Inspections on the Table (Paul Meerts and Mordechai (Moti) Melamud)

  • 22. Development of Negotiation Guidelines for the CTBT–OSI (Dr. Mordechai (Moti) Melamud)

  • 23. PIN Interactive: The North–South Divide in the Climate Change Negotiations (Ariel Macaspac Penetrante)

  • 26. The 2009 Young Scientists Summer Program (Goran Mihelcic, Sinisa Vukovic and Emma Paulsson)

  • 28. Two Forthcoming PIN Books: Negotiating with Terrorists & Engaging Extremists (Guy Olivier Faure and I. William Zartman)

  • 29. New PIN Policy Brief on Terrorism

  • 30. Renewing the PIN Steering Committee

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