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PINPoints 46

PINPoints 46

In this issue, e.g., Zartman and Hinnebusch on UN Mediation in the Syrian Crisis (Part II); Faure on The Two North Korean-US Summits; Manton on Macedonia and The Burden of Concessions; Meerts on Challenges to Diplomatic Negotiation; Zartman on Hardline and Reconciling Negotiations; Rosoux on Reconciliation as a Constant Negotiation; Anstey on Organizational Change as a Multilateral Negotiation Process

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Contents

Valérie Rosoux
Editorial

I. Wiliam Zartman & Raymond Hinnebusch
UN Mediation in the Syrian Crisis – Part II: Lakhdar Brahimi

Guy Olivier Faure
The Two North Korean-US Summits: A Great Game in Deception, but also a First Step

Ida Manton
How Bitter is the Pill that Macedonia Has to Swallow to Join NATO and the EU Eventually?

Paul Meerts
Challenges to Diplomatic Negotiation

I. Wiliam Zartman
Hardline and Reconciling Negotiations: Dueling and Driving Bargaining

Valérie Rosoux
Lessons for Theory: Reconciliation as a Constant Negotiation

Mark Anstey
Organizational Change as a Multilateral Negotiation Process

Ida Manton
Event Review: PIN Road Show in Prague

Guy Olivier Faure
CfP: PIN 2020 Book Project: China Negotiating All Out: Mindset and Strategies

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