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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
I. William Zartman
PIN has a New Home at the GIGA in Hamburg!
I. William Zartman and Raymond Hinnebusch
UN Mediation in the Syrian Crisis - Part I: Kofi Annan
Negotiating in a Low-to-No Trust Environment
A Quarter-Century of Post-Cold War United States–Russia Negotiations: The Role of Balance of Power, Domestic Inertias, and Leadership Worldviews
Existential Negotiations: The Case of Mongolia
Ariel Macapac Hernandez
Trump’s USA and Climate Negotiations – Quo Vadimus?
In Memoriam – Viktor Kremenyuk
Valerie Rosoux and Mark Anstey (eds)
Negotiating Reconciliation in Peacemaking. Quandaries of Relationship Building (Book Preview)
Fen Osler Hampson and Mikhail Troitskiy (eds)
Tug of War: Negotiating Security in Eurasia (Book Preview)