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In this issue, e.g., Troitskiy on Limits of Negotiation, or Negotiating the Non-Negotiable; Zartman on Negotiating Zero-Sum Conflicts over Territory; William Zartman and van der Werf on UN Mediation in the Syrian Crisis (Part III); Albin on Negotiations between Unequals; Rosoux on Limits of Negotiated Adjudication; Anstey on Democratic Disconnects; Meerts on Training International Negotiators
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
In this issue, e.g., Zartman and Hinnebusch on UN Mediation in the Syrian Crisis; Cristal on Negotiating in a Low-to-No Trust Environment; Troitskiy on US-Russia Negotiations; Meerts on Existential Negotiations: Mongolia; Hernandez on Trump’s USA and Climate Negotiations; Schüßler on Treacherous Compromises
In this 20 years jubilee issue e.g. Rudolf Schüssler on how information dilemmas can influence integrative bargaining, Fen Osler Hampson and I. William Zartman on their book "The Global Power of Talk" and a summary of the research performed by IIASA's Young Scientists Summer Program (YSSP).