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Talks about international negotiation, looking at the complex international community.
VICTOR A. KREMENYUK, Ph.D., director of science (history), is deputy director at the The Institute for the USA and Canadian Studies, Russian Academy of Sciences. His areas of interest are international conflict resolution, crisis management, and foreign policy negotiation process. He has published more than one hundred works in Russian and other languages, including Processes of International Negotiations (F. Mautner--Markhof, ed.), Windows of Opportunity (G. Allison, W. Ury, and B. Allyn, eds.), and Cold War as Cooperation (R. Kanet and E. Kolodziej, eds.). Since 1988, he has been an IIASA research associate in the Processes of International Negotiations Project. Contributors to the book include I. William Zartman, Guy Olivier Faure, Jeffrey Rubin, and 20 other experts.