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PINPoints 26

PINPoints 26

In this issue e.g. articles on the changing diplomatic function, the new Caspian Dialog and post-Kyoto negotiations.

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Contents

1. Conflict Resolution and Negotiation

1. Changes in the Diplomatic Function and Their Impact on International Negotiations (Franz Cede)

2. New Caspian Dialog (Tanja Huber)

4. Negotiating Sustainable Development (Gunnar Sjöstedt)

6. PIN Roadshow in Bologna (Tanja Huber)

7. International Negotiation Learning Processes (Paul Meerts)

11. French–German Official Meeting (Rudolf Avenhaus)

11. New Negotiations Book Published

12. PIN Project on Negotiated Risks Concludes (Gunnar Sjöstedt)

13. The Climate Talks: Montreal 2005 (Gunnar Sjöstedt and Tanja Huber)

14. SAGE Handbook on Conflict Resolution (I. W. Zartman)

14. Buenos Aires Group on International Negotiation (Juan Carlos M. Beltramino)

15. PIN Books

16. Recent PIN Books