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In this issue e.g. articles on learning from negotiations that do not end in agreement, negotiating water agreements and negotiations on Chechnya.
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1. Lessons from Negotiations That Do Not End in Agreement (Franz Cede and Guy Olivier Faure)
2. Cairo Roadshow (Tanja Huber)
3. Verification of Arms Control and Disarmament Treaties (Rudolf Avenhaus and Morton Canty)
5. International Intervention Regimes (Christian Dorsch)
6. Long-Term Facilitation of the Climate Talks (Gunnar Sjöstedt)
8. European Council Negotiations (Peter van Grinsven)
8. Available Soon: Escalation and Negotiation (I. William Zartman and Guy Olivier Faure)
10. The Study of Negotiation (I. William Zartman)
11. In Press: Peace versus Justice (I. William Zartman and Victor Kremenyuk)
12. Talleyrand: Prince of Negotiators (Guy Olivier Faure)
13. New PIN Book: Negotiating European Union (Paul W. Meerts and Franz Cede)
14. Negotiations on Chechnya (Victor Kremenyuk)
15. Negotiating Peace and Justice (Paul Meerts)
16. The Universality of Negotiation (Guy Olivier Faure)
16. PIN Books