Search: International Relations, 2012
Karen da Costa
Focusing on treaties jeopardized during the ‘war on terror’, The Extraterritorial Application of Selected Human Rights Treaties investigates whether and to what extent human rights treaties apply to states acting abroad. It proposes a way to accommodate conflicting interests, while preserving ...
Edited by Paul Sharp, University of Minnesota Duluth, and Geoffrey Wiseman, University of Southern California
This volume discusses how diplomacy’s contribution to the effectiveness of foreign policy has been undervalued in the United States by governments, the foreign policy community, and academics. Chapters raise awareness of the importance of American diplomacy, what it can and can’t achieve, and ...
Laurence Boisson de Chazournes, Marcelo G. Kohen, and Jorge E. Viñuales
The volume offers an assessment of the interactions between diplomatic and judicial means of settling international disputes in selected areas: territorial questions, international criminal law, international trade law, investment arbitration and human rights. It includes contributions from some ...
Editor-in-Chief: Bertram I. Spector, Center for Negotiation Analysis
International Negotiation publishes research articles on the theory and practice of negotiation and mediation processes across countries. The journal attempts to bridge the gap between theory and practice -- analyzing negotiation processes to provide guidance to practitioners on best approaches ...
In this book the social scientist and economist Professor Dr. Raymond Saner draws on his long years of experience as a negotiation adviser, teacher, trainer, researcher and university lecturer to show that two thirds of negotiation practice is learnable. The author treats the different aspects ...
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