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This article is about conducting negotiations in international diplomacy. It distinguishes the three levels of managing diplomatic negotiations: at state, organization, and individual levels. In other words, it analyzes diplomatic negotiations at a state-actor, organization-agency, and individual-agent levels. The article shows the interdependence between these three elements of diplomatic negotiations.

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The article shows the complexity of diplomatic interactions and negotiations and the interdependence of their conducting at a state-actor, organization-agency, and individual agent levels.

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The article points to the need for a more comprehensive study of the phenomenon of interactions and negotiations in international politics and diplomacy.

Alisher Faizullaev
University of World Economy and Diplomacy

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This page is a summary of: Diplomatic Interactions and Negotiations, Negotiation Journal, July 2014, Wiley, DOI: 10.1111/nejo.12061.
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