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MON, MAY 24, 2010
Fredrik Stanton discusses his book, Great Negotiations: Agreements That Changed the Modern World. In this book, Stanton argues that diplomatic negotiations have provided pivotal moments on which U.S. foreign policy and its development have turned. He cites the Treaty of Paris, the Cuban Missile Crisis, and the 1986 Reykjavik Summit among others.
BIO: Fredrik Stanton
Fredrik Stanton, former president of the Columbia Daily Spectator, has written for the Boston Herald and the United Nations’s A Global Agenda. He was an election monitor in Armenia, Republic of Georgia, Bosnia, Kosovo, and Azerbaijan.
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