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John D. Baker

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What's new in May/June

Publication resumes

Thank you for your patience as some health matters needed to be addressed. I am delighted to be back at the editorial desk. I look forward to hearing from you at any time. You may reach John Baker at


Deborah Kolb and Carol Frohlinger have recently formed Negotiating Women, Inc. to provide innovative training and consulting for professional women, organizations and associations. You may visit their new web site at


Gary T. Furlong of Agree Dispute Resolution (Toronto, Canada) has published a new book on conflict analysis entitled The Conflict Resolution Toolbox (Wiley) focusing on the subsets of conflicts and barriers along the way that tactically block progress to either resolutions and settlements. You may reach Gary Furlong by e-mail at

Call for articles

All readers are encouraged to contribute articles to the magazine on any aspect of negotiations.

May/June 2005