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[They] have done a great service in elucidating the actions of a very skilled American diplomat.” – from a full page review in the Sunday NEW YORK TIMES James K. Sebenius, the Gordon Donaldson Professor of Business Administration at Harvard Business School and author (with R. Nicholas Burns and Robert H. Mnoo Sebenius, James K., and Laurence A. Green. "Henry A. Kissinger as Negotiator: Background and Key Accomplishments." Harvard Business School Case 915-020, December 2014. Sebenius: It is perhaps remarkable that the 95-year-old Henry Kissinger just authored a widely praised Atlantic article on the implications of artificial intelligence for international relations. I suspect Kissinger would have readily adapted to the new factors you cite.

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I suspect Kissinger would have readily adapted to the new factors you cite. To offer a more granular sense of Kissinger as statesman, diplomat, and negotiator, the following sections will look in more depth at six key negotiations that took place within Kissinger’s overarching conception of statecraft and world order. These include the opening to China, SALT I in the context of Sebenius uses Kissinger’s diplomatic actions in the Middle East as a case study. Since the beginning of the first Nixon administration, Nixon and Kissinger aimed to reduce Soviet influence in the region. Triangular diplomacy with the People’s Republic of China put increased pressure on Moscow, and allowed the U.S. to take greater risks. Läs ”Kissinger the Negotiator Lessons from Dealmaking at the Highest Level” av James K Sebenius på Rakuten Kobo. Foreword by Henry Kissinger In this groundbreaking, definitive guide to the art of negotiation, three Harvard professors 2018-08-02 · KISSINGER THE NEGOTIATOR Lessons From Dealmaking at the Highest Level By James K. Sebenius, R. Nicholas Burns and Robert H. Mnookin 411 pp.

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Kissinger the Negotiator: Lessons from Dealmaking at the Highest Level eBook: Sebenius, James K., Burns, R. Nicholas, Mnookin, Robert H., Kissinger, Henry: Amazon.com On this edition of the Nixon Now Podcast, we explore how President Nixon’s national security advisor, and later secretary of state Dr. Henry Kissinger crafted and executed negotiating strategies with leaders of foreign countries.This three part interview was conducted with James Sebenius, the Gordon Donaldson Professor of Business Administration at the Harvard Business School. Listen to Kissinger the Negotiator Audiobook by James K. Sebenius, R. Nicholas Burns, Robert H. Mnookin, narrated by Fred Sanders Foreword by Henry Kissinger In this groundbreaking, definitive guide to the art of negotiation, three Harvard professors offer a comprehensive examination of one of the most successful dealmakers of all time, Henry Kissinger, and some of his most impressive achievements, including the Paris Peace Accords for which he won the 1973 Nobel Peace Prize. James K. Sebenius (Harvard Business School), R. Nicholas Burns (Harvard Kennedy School of Government), and Robert H. Mnookin (Harvard Law School) crystallize the key elements of Kissinger’s approach, based on in-depth interviews with the former secretary of state himself about some of his most difficult negotiations, an extensive study of his record, and many independent sources.

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2019-05-07 Based on in-depth interviews with Kissinger himself about some of his most difficult negotiations and an extensive study of his writings, James K. Sebenius of Harvard Business School, R. Nicholas Burns of the Kennedy School of Government, and Robert H. Mnookin of Harvard Law School crystallize the key elements of the former Secretary of State’s approach.

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Foreword by Henry Kissinger In this groundbreaking, definitive guide to the art of negotiation, three Harvard professors offer a comprehensive examination of one of the most successful dealmakers of all time, Henry Kissinger, and some of his most impress James K. Sebenius is an American economist, currently the Gordon Donaldson Professor of Business Administration at Harvard Business School as well as co-founder and partner of Lax Sebenius LLC, specializes in analyzing and advising corporations and governments worldwide on their most complex and challenging negotiations. JAMES K. SEBENIUS specializes in analyzing and advising corporations and governments worldwide on their most challenging negotiations. After years in the private sector (Blackstone) and the U.S. government (Commerce and State Departments), he is now the Gordon Donaldson Professor of Business Administration at Harvard Business School, where he founded the Negotiation unit and teaches advanced Harvard professor Henry Kissinger was US national security adviser and Secretary of State in the depths of the Cold War. James K. Sebenius, R. Nicholas Burns and Robert H. Mnookin show how he negotiated the USSR arms control deal, opened talks with China and moved toward ending the Vietnam war. This is a nice little gem of a negotiation book. Harvard Negotiation Project’s James Sebenius and his co-authors spent a lot of time and research delving deep into the subject and the mind of the man. They look not just into the substance of Henry Kissinger’s negotiation history but also into his specific tactics and philosophy of negotiation. James K. Sebenius (Harvard Business School), R. Nicholas Burns (Harvard Kennedy School of Government), and Robert H. Mnookin (Harvard Law School) crystallize the key elements of Kissinger’s approach, based on in-depth interviews with the former secretary of state himself about some of his most difficult negotiations, an extensive study of his record, and many independent sources.
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For his actions negotiating the end of U.S. involvement in Vietnam, Kissinger received the 1973 Nobel Peace Prize. JAMES K. SEBENIUS specializes in analyzing and advising on complex negotiations. He holds the Gordon Donaldson Professorship of Business Administration at Harvard Business School.

I suspect Kissinger would have readily adapted to the new factors you cite. HENRY A. KISSINGER (foreword) is an American diplomat and historian. He served as national security advisor and later, concurrently, as U.S. secretary of state in the administrations of Presidents Richard Nixon and Gerald Ford.
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Harvard Negotiation Project’s James Sebenius and his co-authors spent a lot of time and research delving deep into the subject and the mind of the man. They look not just into the substance of Henry Kissinger’s negotiation history but also into his specific tactics and philosophy of negotiation. JAMES K. SEBENIUS specializes in analyzing and advising corporations and governments worldwide on their most challenging negotiations. After years in the private sector (Blackstone) and the U.S. government (Commerce and State Departments), he is now the Gordon Donaldson Professor of Business Administration at Harvard Business School, where he founded the Negotiation unit and teaches … 2018-05-08 2018-08-15 Harvard professor Henry Kissinger was US national security adviser and Secretary of State in the depths of the Cold War. James K. Sebenius, R. Nicholas Burns and Robert H. Mnookin show how he negotiated the USSR arms control deal, opened talks with China and moved toward ending the Vietnam war. James K. Sebenius (Harvard Business School), R. Nicholas Burns (Harvard Kennedy School of Government), and Robert H. Mnookin (Harvard Law School) crystallize the key elements of Kissinger’s approach, based on in-depth interviews with the former secretary of state himself about some of his most difficult negotiations, an extensive study of his record, and many independent sources.

They look not just into the substance of Henry Kissinger’s negotiation history but also into his specific tactics and philosophy of negotiation. James K. Sebenius (Harvard Business School), R. Nicholas Burns (Harvard Kennedy School of Government), and Robert H. Mnookin (Harvard Law School) crystallize the key elements of Kissinger’s approach, based on in-depth interviews with the former secretary of state himself about some of his most difficult negotiations, an extensive study of his record, and many independent sources. Köp böcker av James K Sebenius: Kissinger the Negotiator; Negotiating the Law of the Sea; 3-d Negotiation m.fl.