"...is an excellent read..." (The Texas Mediator, Spring 2002)
"This is the best survey available of the whole field of international negotiation. It's a must for newcomers and is guaranteed to charge the batteries of the most seasoned negotiator."
— United States Ambassador (Ret.) James E. Goodby, Distinguished Service Professor Emeritus, Carnegie Mellon University
"At a time when culture is woven ever more tightly into the fabric of international negotiation, this revised edition of Kremenyuk's groundbreaking volume offers wise advice and keen insights for navigators of new cultural landscapes."
— Melanie Greenberg, program officer, Conflict Resolution Program, The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation
"A work that has become an essential text for both our masters and doctoral programs."
— Christopher Mitchell, professor of conflict analysis, Institute for Conflict Analysis and Resolution, George Mason University
"Vast in scope and varied in approach, International Negotiation is an indispensable and completely revised collection of the leading scholarship. It situates the ever-expanding arenas and forms of negotiation in the context of their analytic insights and disciplinary approaches, giving students and practitioners alike a comprehensive and authoritative guide to the field."
— Chester A. Crocker, chairman of the board, U.S. Institute of Peace and professor of strategic studies, School of Foreign Service, Georgetown University
"The preeminent and comprehensive overview of international negotiations. Explaining their critical and growing importance, and making their inherent complexity much more manageable. Must reading for scholars and serious practitioners alike."
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— Bruce Patton, deputy director, Harvard Negotiation Project and coauthor of Getting to Yes and Difficult Conversations