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The history of U.S.-North Korean relations provides important lessons for negotiators—how not to deal with dangerous adversaries but also how to create accommodations useful to each side. Clemens distills lessons from U.S. negotiations with Russia, China, and Libya and analyzes how they do—and do not—apply to six-party and bilateral talks with North Korea in a new political era.
Chapter 2: How Korea Became Korea
Chapter 3: How Korea Became Japan
Chapter 4: How One Korea Became Two
Chapter 5: How North Korea Got the Bomb
Chapter 6: How Kissinger and Zhou Enlai Got To Yes
Chapter 7: How To Get To Yes Across Cultures
Chapter 8: How Carter and Clinton Got To Yes With Pyongyang
Chapter 9: How Bush and Kim Jong Il Got To Deadlock
Chapter 10: How Free Will Can Get Past Forces and Fortuna
Chapter 11: How To Get Past The Worst and Move To Better Futures
Chapter 12: How Should Obama Deal With Authoritarians?