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PINPoints 39

In this issue e.g. I. William Zartman on the negotiations concerning Syria, Valérie Rosoux on the role of secrecy in international negotiation and Rudolf Schüssler on game theory and euro negotiations.

PINPoints 39 cover


  • 4. Negotiations in and about Syria, Part II (I. William Zartman)

  • 7. Negotiating Effectively: Findings from Trade, Arms Control and Environmental Negotiations (Cecilia Albin)

  • 10. US-Russia Nuclear Arms Control Talks: Implications for International Security (Mikhail Troitskiy)

  • 14. The Helsinki Process in the Middle East: Negotiating a Regional Weapons of Mass Destruction Free Zone (Mordechai (Moti) Melamud)

  • 18. Secrecy and International Negotiation (Valérie Rosoux)

  • 22. Public Opinion and Negotiation: The Dilemma of Openness and Secretiveness (Paul Meerts)

  • 26. Ego and the Crisis: The German Debate on Game Theory and the Euro (Rudolf Schüssler)

  • 32. Marikana: And the Push for a New South African Pact (Mark Anstey)

  • 42. Negotiations and the Arab Spring (I. William Zartman)

  • 48. Durham Workshop on Reconciliation and Negotiation (Paul Meerts)

  • 49. Processes of International Negotiation (PIN) Roadshow St Petersburg, Russia (May 23-24, 2013) (Wilbur Perlot and Mikhail Troitskiy)

  • 51. PIN Agenda 2014

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