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Twenty Years of International Negotiation

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In this 20th anniversary issue of International Negotiation, we reflect back on past accomplishments and look forward to new areas of inquiry. The journal has focused on promoting four goals: concentrating research attention on challenging topics through thematic issues, supporting researcher-practitioner dialogue, stimulating interdisciplinary discussion, and providing a platform for new research frameworks and approaches. The articles in this anniversary issue consider the state of the field over the past two decades, highlight critical areas that demand further attention, and offer research agendas to fill those gaps.

Affiliations: 1: Center for Negotiation AnalysisPotomac, md 20854USAnegotiation@negotiations.org

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2015-03-17
2017-11-24

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