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Negotiating the Kyoto Protocol: An analysis of negotiation dynamics in international negotiations (Munchener Beitrage zur Geschichte und Gegenwart der internationalen Politik) epub

by Heike Schroder


Negotiating the Kyoto Protocol: An analysis of negotiation dynamics in international negotiations (Munchener Beitrage zur Geschichte und Gegenwart der internationalen Politik) epub

ISBN: 3825854469

ISBN13: 978-3825854461

Author: Heike Schroder

Category: Social Sciences

Subcategory: Politics & Government

Language: English

Publisher: Lit Verlag; Edition unstated; English translation edition (August 2001)

Pages: 208 pages

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Publisher: Lit Verlag, 2001. Climate change has become an important policy area, one which has been gaining momentum since the adoption of the Kyoto Protocol in December 1997.

Published by Lit Verlag in M unster. M unchner Beitr age zur Geschichte und Gegenwart der internationalen Politik - 9. Umweltschutz, Raumordnung, g, SEL Library selection. ID Numbers.

Negotiating the Kyoto Protocol book. The Kyoto Protocol was adopted by 159 nations after a tenacious final marathon of negotiations, during which all unresolved issues were hammered out one by one. The commitments that were finally agreed upon exceeded the original Climate change has become an important policy area, one which has been gaining momentum since the adoption of the Kyoto Protocol in December 1997.

The Kyoto Protocol was adopted by 159 nations after a tenacious final marathon of negotiations, during which all unresolved issues were hammered out one by. .

The Kyoto Protocol was adopted by 159 nations after a tenacious final marathon of negotiations, during which all unresolved issues were hammered out one by one. The commitments that were finally agreed upon exceeded the original expectations.

International Negotiations Raiffa and others have utilized elaborate models and decision analysis to.with concrete facts from the negotiation of the Kyoto Protocol and an extensive.

International Negotiations. How we measure 'reads'. Raiffa and others have utilized elaborate models and decision analysis to calcu-. late optimal solution outcomes given a particular configuration of state preferences.

Proposing in International Negotiations: Finding the Solution. In any negotiation, proposing a deal can have a successful or unsuccessful result. In some cases, an agreement can be reached, in others a middle ground simply cannot be found

Proposing in International Negotiations: Finding the Solution. In some cases, an agreement can be reached, in others a middle ground simply cannot be found. Preparing and probing in an appropriate and meaningful way minimizes a negative or surprising reaction to a proposal from the other side.

Integrated negotiation was first identified and labeled by international .

Integrated negotiation was first identified and labeled by international negotiator and author Peter Johnston in his book Negotiating with Giants. One of the examples cited in Johnston's book is that of J. D. Rockefeller deciding where to build his first major oil refinery. Instead of taking the easier, cheaper route from the oil fields to refine his petroleum in Pittsburgh, Rockefeller chose to build his refinery in Cleveland. One view of negotiation involves three basic elements: process, behavior and substance.

A masterwork of cultural analysis applied to international politics. An insightful and entertaining narrative. Well-written and engaging book on the challenges we face during international communication and negotiation. Excellent examples and clear detail brings these issues alive. provides a fascinating set of object lessons on what can, but need not, go wrong in cross-cultural negotiations. Raymond Cohen is professor of international relations at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and the author of four other books. He was a fellow at the United States Institute of Peace in 1988-89 and again in 1996.

Climate change has become an important policy area, one which has been gaining momentum since the adoption of the Kyoto Protocol in December 1997. The Kyoto Protocol was adopted by 159 nations after a tenacious final marathon of negotiations, during which all unresolved issues were hammered out one by one. The commitments that were finally agreed upon exceeded the original expectations. Despite its shortcomings, the Kyoto Protocol is a constructive compromise worthy of commendation, and is therefore a remarkable diplomatic achievement. The aim of this book is not only to present an introduction to the historical, legal and political foundations of the Kyoto Protocol, but also to offer a thorough analysis of the negotiation process at the Kyoto Conference. It investigates the positions, interests and strategies of three crucial players, the EU, US and Japan, on the issue of climate change and examines how these influenced the outcome of the negotiations. Furthermore, it examines the impact of other factors on the final result. This book thus presents a unique case study of an international negotiation process, negotiation strategies and conference dynamics. It is an indispensable guide for political scientists, policy makers, negotiators and all those interested in negotiation processes and the politics of climate change.