As images of nuclear missiles flash across television screens and news reports containing indiscernible Asian writing warn of conflict on the other side of the world, this article addresses one of the single greatest threats to global stability-the North Korean Nuclear Weapons Crisis-and assesses the negotiation strategies that have brought the world to its current situation. By looking at the historical negotiation tactics that have been utilized by each of the parties involved, particularly in light of societal norms and cultural influences, one can ascertain a great deal of insight regarding each party's respective strategies and objectives. This insight gleaned through hindsight provides both the luxury of seeing the ramifications of past decisions and the onus of harnessing such information in order to make wise strategic decisions in the future.
Jesse D. Steele,
Negotiating with Deity: Strategies and Influences Related to Recent North Korean Negotiating Behavior ,
9 Pepp. Disp. Resol. L.J.
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