Négociations internationales

Négociations internationales

Preface by Bertrand Badie
With David Ambrosetti, Lucien Bély, Isaline Bergamashi, Daniel Compagnon, Guillaume Devin, Philippe Droz-Vincent, François Gemenne, Pierre Grosser, Auriane Guilbaud, Ronald Hatto, Georges Le Guelte, Marieke Louis, Olivier Nay, Amandine Orsini, Yves Schemeil, Andy Smith, Charles Tenenbaum
International Negotiations

Negotiation is the backbone of international relations and it represents the core activity of multilateral organizations and conferences, whether it is an issue of the regulation of the global economy, peace and security or environmental issues. As a dynamics of cooperation, negotiation can simultaneously be perceived as a game of strategic interaction between States and as a process of socialization and the creation of norms.

Here international negotiation is studied from the point of view of social science theories and culturalist discourse; from the point of view of its long history and contemporary stakes (Israeli-Palestinian conflict, nuclear proliferation, trade, climate); and from that of negotiators' tactics (diplomats, civil servants, experts, NGOs) and the institutions that employ them (UN Security Council, WTO, European Union).

This work seeks to function as a reference text for teaching international relations and educating future negotiators.




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Series

Académique

Subjects

Geopolitics : International Relations
International field

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