In this issue, e.g., Troitskiy on Limits of Negotiation, or Negotiating the Non-Negotiable; Zartman on Negotiating Zero-Sum Conflicts over Territory; William Zartman and van der Werf on UN Mediation in the Syrian Crisis (Part III); Albin on Negotiations between Unequals; Rosoux on Limits of Negotiated Adjudication; Anstey on Democratic Disconnects; Meerts on Training International Negotiators
Mikhail Troitskiy: Editorial: The Limits of Negotiation, or Negotiating the Non-Negotiable
I. Wiliam Zartman: Negotiating Zero-Sum Conflicts over Territory: Western Sahara, Nagorno-Karabagh and Elsewhere
I. William Zartman and Mees van der Werf: UN Mediation in the Syrian Crisis – Part III: Staffan de Mistura
Cecilia Albin: Negotiations between Unequals: Winning the Agreement or Securing the Peace?
Valérie Rosoux: Rwanda: The Limits of Negotiated Adjudication
Mark Anstey: Democratic Disconnects: The Never-Ending Story of Brexit (So Far)
Paul Meerts: Training International Negotiators: Past, Present, Prospects
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