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© Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2010 DOI: 10.1163/157180610X506965 International Negotiation 15 (2010) 229–246 brill.nl/iner Negotiation Pedagogy: International Relations I. William Zartman* School of Advanced International Studies, The Johns Hopkins University 1740 Massachusetts Avenue NW

In: International Negotiation
Author: Johan Kaufmann
This work brings together a selection of articles written by Johan Kaufmann, which follows Kaufmann's career as a diplomat for the Netherlands, mainly involved in trade negotiations. Every article is prefaced by a brief introductory note, which sets out what the rationale is of including the article. The selection covers the following topics: International Negotiation Issues; the UN System; the NIEO and International Trade Policy. The work is an interesting collection of academically sound and interrelated pieces of work. The brief introductory notes to the essays are to the point and in Kaufmann's usual succinct style. The work is aimed at academics in the field of international law, international organizations and international relations.
Essays in Honor of Frans A.M. Alting von Geusau
Professor Frans Alting von Geusau held the chair of Professor of International Organizations at Tilburg University. His life-long academic and distinguished career is reflected in this book. He has long inspired others with his insistence that political realism can only be matched with a sense of ethical purpose. This moral dimension of international relations is one of the main themes of the 23 contributions. Academics from the United States, the UK, Israel, The Netherlands and other European countries give their view of a world which faces the challenges of the next millennium. Those who share von Geusau's deep interest in the cultural and moral dimensions of international relations will find excellent essays on this issue in this book. Those who want to enlarge their views on the (uncertain) future of a united Europe will find inspiring ideas and visions in this book. This book demonstrates that what really matters is righteousness and justice for all.