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International Negotiations: A Bibliography

1st Edition

By Amos Lakos


432 pages

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The international system comprises a plurality of sovereign states often pursuing conflicting interests. One means of resolving or managing conflicts between those states is diplomatic bargaining or negotiation. In the last fifteen years, the study of negotiation has attracted researchers from various disciplines in the social sciences, and the vol

Table of Contents

Preface -- Negotiation Processes and Theories -- Psychological and Sociological Aspects -- Game Theory -- Mediation -- Multilateral Negotiations -- Arms Control Negotiations -- Summit Meetings -- International Trade Negotiations -- Diplomacy -- Soviet Diplomacy & Negotiating Behavior -- American Diplomacy -- Case Studies

About the Author

Amos Lakos is a librarian specializing in political science materials at the University of Waterloo. He is the author of International Terrorism: A Bibliography (Westview).

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