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PINPoints 29

PINPoints 29

In this issue e.g. articles on Nash's bargaining solution, East-West diplomacy and negotiations on internal conflicts over identity.

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2. Looking Eastward (Rudolf Avenhaus, Jacob Bercovitch, Franz Cede, William A. Donohue, Guy Olivier Faure, Victor Kremenyuk, Paul Meerts, Gunnar Sjöstedt, and I. William Zartman)

4. Diplomacy between East and West (Franz Cede)

6. Conference on Risk and Negotiation (Guy Olivier Faure)

7. Nash’s Bargaining Solution (Rudolf Avenhaus)

10. A Brief History of PIN

11. CaspiLog II Conference (Chris Wendell)

13. YSSP 2007 (Tanja Huber)

14. Modeling the Caspian (Maiko Sakamoto)

15. Researching Mediation (Joshua Smilovitz)

17. Negotiating Security and Cooperation in Northeast Asia (Fedor Meerts and Paul Meerts)

21. PIN 2008 Project: Negotiating Internal Conflicts over Identity (I. William Zartman)

22. PIN Books

23. Processes of International Negotiations

24. Recent PIN Books

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