In this issue, e.g., Zartman and Troitskiy on Russia in Conflict Mediation; Anstey on ECOWAS mediation in The Gambia; Meerts on the current state of the Cyprus negotiations; and Rosoux on negotiating history in Eurasia.
I.William Zartman: Editorial
Thomas Pickering, Princeton Lyman, Galia Golan, Vali Nasr: Potential Negotiations in the Upcoming Year
Mark Anstey: ECOWAS Mediation in The Gambia
Moti Cristal: A Regional Paradigm for the Middle-East
I. William Zartman & Mikhail Troitskiy: Russia in Conflict Mediation
Fen Osler Hampson & Mikhail Troitskiy: Tug of War: Negotiating Security in Eurasia, A Conceptual Framework
Valerie Rosoux: Negotiating History in Eurasia
Guy Olivier Faure: In Memoriam - Morton Deutsch
Cecilia Albin: Negotiating Justice: From Conflict to Cooperation 2017 PIN Project Announcement
Ed. I. William Zartman: Negotiating Reconciliation in Peacemaking: Quandries of Relationship Building Book Preview
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