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From the Publisher"This is an important and insightful book of great interest to anyone seeking to understand the dynamics of the past, present and future negotiating rounds, as well as developing country coalition behaviour in other international arenas."
Dr Sean W. Burges, University of Wales, Aberystwyth. International Affairs, October 2004, Vol. 80, Issue 5
"In a nutshell, for everyone interested in understanding how the coalitions of developing countries should be devised and work in negotiations within WTO issues in special Trade in Services, this book is essential reading."
Rogerio de Souza Farias University of Brasilia, Brazil. Political Studies Review, 2004 2 (3), 414-439
"Narlikar's book is a sophisticated and well written analysis that represents a significant contribution to the literature on international trade negotiations."
Professor Wyn Grant, University of Warwick, UK. Review of International Studies, 2004, Vol. 30, 537-544
"Narlikar’s book is an impressively rigorous and informed study of the role and efficacy of bargaining coalitions, especially but not exclusively of developing countries, for trade negotiations in both the GATT (especially the Uruguay Round) and the WTO (up to Doha). The book is written in an accessible style and provides a valuable addition to the collection of anybody interested in multilateral trade negotiations."
Oliver Morrissey, University of Nottingham, UK, Journal of International Development, 2005, Vol. 17, 695–711