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Multilateral Negotiations : Lessons from Arms Control, Trade, and the Environment

Multilateral Negotiations : Lessons from Arms Control, Trade, and the Environment - 95 edition

ISBN13: 978-0801861970

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ISBN13: 978-0801861970
ISBN10: 0801861977
Cover type: Paperback
Edition/Copyright: 95
Publisher: Johns Hopkins University Press
Published: 1995
International: No

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Multilateral Negotiations : Lessons from Arms Control, Trade, and the Environment - 95 edition

ISBN13: 978-0801861970

Fen Osler Hampson and Michael Hart

ISBN13: 978-0801861970
ISBN10: 0801861977
Cover type: Paperback
Edition/Copyright: 95
Publisher: Johns Hopkins University Press

Published: 1995
International: No
Summary

Unlike conventional bilateral negotiations, multilateral negotiations are characterized by intensive international discussions that involve multiple actors and interests, highly complex agendas, and differentiated international settings. Political scientist Fen Osler Hampson, with the assistance of trade specialist Michael Hart, studies the component parts of the multilateral negotiation process to identify those factors making for success or failure. The authors argue that multilateral negotiation is, in essence, a coalition-building enterprise involving states, nonstate actors, and international organizations. Individual case studies include discussions on security, the environment, economic issues, and non-governmental actors -- such as scientists and environmental groups like Greenpeace International -- in prenegotiation and negotiation phases.

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