When leading multiparty negotiations, break it down

A great negotiator offers lessons for simplifying complex talks.

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Imagine leading negotiations involving representatives from most of the world’s nations on a contentious topic such as sustainable development. Where would you start? How would you proceed when conflict emerged? How would you know when it was time to wrap things up?

These are some of the questions that Ambassador Tommy Koh has faced over the

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