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John D. Baker

Welcome to The Negotiator Magazine. We are dedicated to being the finest and most comprehensive resource in the field of negotiations. The online magazine is directed to leaders across the spectrum of business, the professions, unions and associations, non-profit organizations, government, education and suppliers who share an interest in negotiations. Our subscribers include leaders in every category the magazine is designed to serve and represent six continents and a wide range of nations. Subscribers reside in India, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Nigeria, Zimbabwe, Kenya, South Africa, Lebanon, Israel, Jordan, Egypt, Peru, Argentina, Brazil, Suriname, Venezuela, Trinidad and Tobago, Columbia, Mexico, Uruguay, Mauritius, Philippines, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, South Korea, Japan, Australia, New Zealand, Saudi Arabia, Arab Emirates, Iran, United Kingdom, Ireland, Belgium, Luxembourg, Netherlands, France, Spain, Portugal, Italy, Switzerland, Germany, Austria, Poland, Lithuania, Moldavia, Romania, Yugoslavia, Bulgaria, Macedonia, Turkey, Cyprus, Finland, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Canada, British Virgin Islands and throughout the United States. To enter your free subscription, please complete the Subscription Form.

What's new in November

Congratulations to David Wachtel

Congratulations to David Wachtel on the selection of his article entitled "Improving Your Negotiation Skills: Tips Learned in the Trenches" for use in the US Air Force Air War College educational program. David Wachtel's article was chosen by a subscriber who is on the College's faculty and read the article in the April 2005 edition of The Negotiator Magazine.

2005 Nobel Winners Thomas C. Schelling and Robert J. Aumann

Congratulations to Thomas Schelling, Professor, Emeritus, University of Maryland and Professor, Emeritus, Harvard University, and Professor Robert Aumann of The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel on winning the 2005 Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences for "for having enhanced our understanding of conflict and cooperation through game-theory analysis". Readers may know Professor Schelling from his work entitled The Strategy of Conflict (Harvard University Press, 1960). Professor Aumann is widely recognized for many breakthroughs, including the theory of repeated games.

New subscriber notification system completed

The new notification system appears to be working without significant difficulties for subscribers. Please recall that your e-mail address is critical on your subscription form. Unfortunately, we continue to receive subscription forms with partial or incorrect address information. Please contact John Baker at if you need assistance. Thank you for your patience with the implementation of the new system.

Call for articles

All readers are encouraged to contribute articles to the magazine on any aspect of negotiations. We are interested in expanding all areas of the magazine.

November 2005