In this issue, e.g., Manton and Schram on Online Negotiation and Mediation Training; Marchi on Negotiation Training in Times of COVID-19; Albin on Face-to-Face Interaction; Sikharulidze on Every Word Matters; Zartman on PeaceKidZ; Meerts on Lessions for and from Training; Rosoux on Dealing with the Past; Faltas on Simulation; Bass on EU Presidency Training Programmes; Baber on Japanese Audiences in Negotiation Training.
Paul Meerts: Editorial
Ida Manton and Frans Schram: Challenges and Opportunities Emerging from a Pandemic: Online Negotiation and Mediation Training
Adrian Borbély: Taking the (Forced) Dive into Teaching Negotiation Online
Francesco Marchi: Negotiation Training in Times of COVID-19: The Online Turn
Cecilia Albin: The Power of Talk: Recalling the Importance of Face-to-Face Interaction
Frans Schram: Insights on Negotiation Training for Resistance/Liberation Movements
Tariel Sikharulidze: And Every Word Matters
Dragos-Christian Vasilescu: Do Details Matter? An Explanation of the Importance of Focus in Negotiations
I. William Zartman: PeaceKidZ
Rob Baldwin: Multilateral Simulation Games: Preparations Are Crucial!
Paul Meerts: Lessons for and from Training: From Practice to Theory
Valérie Rosoux: Dealing with the Past
Remigiusz Smolinsky: World Championship in Negotiation?
Stefan Szepesi: Using Martial Arts in Negotiation Training
Emmanuel Vivet: Working with Examples: From Anecdotes to History
Mark Anstey: Case Studies as a Learning Tool for Negotiating Deadlocks
Sami Faltas: Simulation: A Powerful Training Tool
Léna Salamé: Innovative Training in Water Conflict Management
Rudolf Schuessler: Realistic Simulations in Teaching University Students
Tony Bass: EU Presidency Training Programmes: What Do Public Servants Want?
Hans van den Berg: "One summer school to go, please!"
Daniel Erdmann: Escaping the Training Trap in Mediation and Conflict Management
Peter Kesting: The Many Faces of Emotion
Ida Manton: On Being a Woman: Why Gender Is Still a Topic for Negotiation Analysts and Trainers
Aldís G. Sigurðardóttir: How to Teach Negotiators Not to Use Deceptive Negotiation Tactics
Serge Wynen: Enabling Confidence in Negotiation
William W. Baber: Japanese Audiences in Negotiation Training
Larry Crump: In the Beginning
Guy-Olivier Faure: Training in China: Playing in Earnest
Joana Matos: It Is Not Enough to Know the Rules of the Game, the Other Party Must Be Willing to Play
Siniša Vuković: Learning the Subtle Impact of Culture in Negotiations
I. William Zartman: Book Reviews: A Bag of Tricks
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