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PINPoints 31

PINPoints 31

In this issue e.g. Mark Anstey on the changing shape of international labor relations, Paul Meerts on why we need state boundaries for effective negotiation and Franz Cede on the difficult EU-NATO negotiation experience.

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2. From the PIN Steering Committee: Negotiations in Conditions of Multilateralism

4. Caspian Dialog (Ariel Macaspac Penetrante)

6. CaspiLog 3 (I. William Zartman)

10. Negotiations between Russia and USA (Victor A. Kremenyuk)

13. Labor Movements in Societies in Transition (Mark Anstey)

16. Theorists Meet Practitioners (Rudolf Avenhaus, Franz Cede and Ariel Macaspac Penetrante)

19. The Case of Arcania (Ariel Macaspac Penetrante)

22. Call for Papers: Negotiation on the Comprehensive Nuclear Test-Ban Treaty (CTBT)

23. Boundary Bargaining (Paul Meerts)

25. The EU-NATO Relationship (Franz Cede)

27. From Zero Sum to Positive Sum: Scenario lnterviews with Hamas and Lessons for Mediating ldentity Conflicts (Carolin Görzig)

29. ls the European Union a Healthy Negotiator? (Louise van Schaik)

30. PIN Summer Workshop

31. New PIN Book

31. Further Reading

31. Members of the PIN Steering Committee

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