Negotiation in the News: When “Mini-Deals” Are the Easy Way Out

With numerous complex negotiations failing to pan out, President Trump has been reaching narrow trade deals to score short-term political victories—at the risk of long-term success.

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Donald Trump campaigned for president in 2016 as the consummate dealmaker, vowing to renegotiate a new nuclear deal with Iran, forge new trade deals with countries ranging from China to Mexico to Japan, and reach creative agreements with the U.S. Congress. Nearly three years into his presidency, few of these promises have come to fruition.

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