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PINPoints 50

In this issue, e.g., Anstey on Africa's Sisyphus Stone Gets Heavier; Meerts on Training Travelogue, First Decade (1989–1999); Albin on Negotiating Jerusalem; van den Berg on Strategy and Tactics; Schuessler on Self-Centered Reconciliation; Troitskiy on Major Powers' Foreign Policies through the Prism of Justice; Zartman on Unripe Moments: Frequent Failures at Negotiation; Rosoux on Historical Analogies and International Negotiation

PINpoints 50 cover


  • I. William Zartman: Editorial: Before and Beyond COVID

  • Mark Anstey: Africa Sisyphus Stone Gets Heavier

  • Paul Meerts: Training Travelogue, First Decade (1989–1999)

  • Cicilia Albin: Negotiating Jerusalem: The Unavoidable Challenge

  • Hans van den Berg: On Strategy and Tactics

  • Rudolf Schuessler: Self-Centered Reconciliation: The German–Namibian Case

  • Mikhail Troitskiy: Major Powers' Foreign Policies through the Prism of Justice

  • I. William Zartman: Unripe Moments: Frequent Failures at Negotiation

  • Valérie Rosoux: Historical Analogies and Negotiation International

  • Guy Olivier Faure: Book Review

  • Book and Journal Previews

  • PIN Calendar

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