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PINPoints 42

PINPoints 42

In this issue e.g. Rudolf Schüssler on the outcome of the successful UN Climate Conference in Paris, Mark Anstey on the peace process in South-Sudan and an article on the PIN Roadshow in Montenegro of early July 2015. 

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Contents

4. The November Paris Attacks: An Assessment (Guy Olivier Faure)

6. Negotiating the Greek Way (Paul Meerts)

8. Winter in Paris: The COP Climate Conference 2015 (Rudolf Schüssler)

13. The Power of Commitment in Mediation (Mikhail Troitskiy)

16. South Sudan's Concilliation Challenges (Mark Anstey)

24. Narratives and Meta-Narratives in the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict - Can this be resolved by mediation
     (Mordechai Melamud)

34. Conflict Behaviour in Negotiation (Sander des Tombe and Paul Meerts)

44. Herding Interdisciplinary Cats Into a Single Frame of Reference 
     (Christopher Honeyman and Andrea Kupfer Schneider)

47. PIN Roadshow in Montenegro

51. PIN Policy Lab on Inclusivity in Peace Negotiation (Judith van den Boogert)

54. New Research Project: "Negotiating Security in Eurasia"