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Great Negotiations (Paperback)

Agreements that Changed the Modern World

Westholme

By Fredrik Stanton
Imprint: Westholme
Pages: 288
ISBN: 9781594161391
Published: 31st August 2011

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Words as much as weapons have shaped the course of history. Whether to avert, resolve, assist, or secure the outcome of a conflict, diplomacy in the modern age has had great triumphs and bitter failures. Drawing on primary
sources, transcripts, and interviews, Great Negotiations: Agreements that Changed the Modern World tells the stories of eight key episodes in modern diplomacy, when strategic forces were so finely balanced that individuals
were able to define the fates of nations. From Benjamin Franklin securing crucial French support for the American Revolution to Reagan and Gorbachev laying the groundwork to eliminate an entire class of nuclear weapons,
Fredrik Stanton explains what each party brought to the negotiating table, the stakes, the obstacles to success, and how they were overcome.

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About Fredrik Stanton

FREDRIK STANTON is a John C. Whitehead Fellow of the Foreign Policy Association. He has appeared on C-Span’s Washington Journal and Voice of America, and his writings have been published in Washington Post.com,
Forbes.com, Politico, the Boston Herald, and the United Nations Association’s A Global Agenda.

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