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In this issue e.g. I. William Zartman on cooperation as the antidote to conflict, Rudolf Avenhaus on modeling blackmail and kidnapping and Tanja Huber on the 2008 PIN Roadshow in Nanjing, China.
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4. The Geneva Negotiation Day (Ariel Penetrante)
5. Concept: Cooperation (I. William Zartman)
8. PIN Roadshow in Nanjing, China (Tanja Huber)
9. lIASAs 35th Anniversary: PIN's Contribution (Victor Kremenyuk)
14. Simulating Prospective Negotiations on the lmplementation of the Chemical Weapons Convention (CWC) (Paul Meerts and Wilbur Perlot)
21. New PIN Book: Negotiating with Terrorists (l. William Zartman)
24. Formal Models for Hostage Negotiation with Terrorists? (Rudolf Avenhaus)
26. Negotiation Studies in Taiwan (Peter Y. H. Chen)
32. Recent PIN Books