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PINPoints 22

PINPoints 22

In this issue e.g. articles on peace versus justice, EU–Central American negotiations and the small stakes problem.

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2. “A New Era of Science Diplomacy” (Rudolf Avenhaus, Franz Cede,Guy Olivier Faure, Victor Kremenyuk,Paul Meerts, Gunnar Sjöstedt, and I. William Zartman)

4. PIN in Pakistan

6. New Steering Committee

6. Zartman Radio Interview on Iran

7. Demonization and Negotiation (Guy Olivier Faure)

10. 3rd Biennale on Negotiation

11. Uncertainty, Science, and Negotiation (Gunnar Sjöstedt)

13. A Game-Theoretical Analysis of the Conflict about Iran’s Nuclear Program (Rudolf Avenhaus and Reiner K. Huber)

16. Negotiating Security and Cooperation in Europe (Paul Meerts)

20. Stop Press: Caspilog II Success

21. Problem Solving, Decision Making, Negotiations (Victor Kremenyuk)

23. Why IIASA Needs PIN and PIN Needs IIASA (Jérôme Larosch)

24. IIASA—An Atmosphere of Diversity and Creativity (Tanya Alfredson)

26. The Negotiator’s Fieldbook (Franz Cede)

28. The Sage Handbook on Conflict Resolution

30. Diplomacy Games (Rudolf Avenhaus and I. William Zartman)

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