Introduction Justice in Security Negotiations

in International Negotiation
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This article provides an overview of this thematic issue. We discuss four issues about the role of justice claims in international relations (ir) scholarship: the discrepancy between the historical centrality of justice themes in political thought and empirical research in ir; challenges to the assumption of utility-maximizing motives; justice in the context of rules or norms of negotiation, and the rise of empirical research on justice in ir. We conclude with themes suggested by the contributing authors in this issue and suggest priorities for further research on justice in international negotiation.

Introduction Justice in Security Negotiations

in International Negotiation

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See for example Druckman’s (2008) review of studies on plasticity.

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See also Druckman (1990) and Larsen (1998) for discussions of reciprocity in the context of social exchange approaches in ir.

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