In this issue, e.g., Zartman and Hinnebusch on UN Mediation in the Syrian Crisis (Part II); Faure on The Two North Korean-US Summits; Manton on Macedonia and The Burden of Concessions; Meerts on Challenges to Diplomatic Negotiation; Zartman on Hardline and Reconciling Negotiations; Rosoux on Reconciliation as a Constant Negotiation; Anstey on Organizational Change as a Multilateral Negotiation Process
Valérie Rosoux: Editorial
I. Wiliam Zartman & Raymond Hinnebusch: UN Mediation in the Syrian Crisis – Part II: Lakhdar Brahimi
Guy Olivier Faure: The Two North Korean-US Summits: A Great Game in Deception, but also a First Step
Ida Manton: How Bitter is the Pill that Macedonia Has to Swallow to Join NATO and the EU Eventually?
Paul Meerts: Challenges to Diplomatic Negotiation
I. Wiliam Zartman: Hardline and Reconciling Negotiations: Dueling and Driving Bargaining
Valérie Rosoux: Lessons for Theory: Reconciliation as a Constant Negotiation
Mark Anstey: Organizational Change as a Multilateral Negotiation Process
Ida Manton: Event Review: PIN Road Show in Prague
Guy Olivier Faure: CfP: PIN 2020 Book Project: China Negotiating All Out: Mindset and Strategies
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