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In this issue e.g. articles on testing the thesis of Carl von Clausewitz, the pros and cons of fragmentedand horizontal issues and the methodology of negotiation analysis.
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2. Negotiation Analysis: Globalization and New Negotiators (Rudolf Avenhaus, Franz Cede,Guy Olivier Faure, Victor Kremenyuk,Paul Meerts, Gunnar Sjöstedt, and I. William Zartman)
4. The Challenge of Horizontal Issues in Global Negotiations (Gunnar Sjöstedt)
6. Negotiation: Generalists versus Specialists (Franz Cede)
8. Negotiation Studies in South Korea (Jaehoon Cha)
10. Lessons Learned from Formal Models (Rudolf Avenhaus)
11. Call for Papers: Negotiating with Terrorists
12. Modeling Climate Change Negotiations (Kate Calvin)
13. Is Negotiation War by Other Means? (Paul Meerts)
16. Methodology of Negotiation Analysis (Victor Kremenyuk)
18. PIN Books