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Post-Agreement Negotiating within Multilateral Regimes

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AbstractThis thematic issue of the journal revisits the thesis introduced ten years ago in the book, Getting It Done: Post-Agreement Negotiation and International Regimes, that regimes are recursive negotiations and not merely one-off settlements that turn next to ratification. Seven cases are presented in the issue and discussed in this article that develop a number of reasons why regimes are marked by post-agreement negotiations. They examine the dimensions of these different types of encounters, all negotiations to be explored by established negotiation analysis but incomplete and incomprehensible without the context of the previous agreement, which then they complement.

Affiliations: 1: Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies, The Johns Hopkins University1740 Massachusetts Avenue, NW, Washington, DC; 2: Center for Negotiation AnalysisPotomac, MD


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