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Track Two Diplomacy: The Citizen's Response When Leaders Falter

Joseph V. Montville
Board of Contributors
Oct 27, 2017 | 09:00 GMT
Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev (L) and U.S. President Ronald Reagan sign the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty in December 1987.

Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev (L) and U.S. President Ronald Reagan sign the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty in December 1987. Gorbachev fears that treaty is now on the brink of collapse.

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A quick glance at Amazon's book list on Track Two diplomacy shows that North Korea isn't the only country where citizen outreach has proved useful. U.S.-Russian relations, Israeli-Palestinian peace talks, the India-Pakistan rivalry and the Philippines' foreign policy have all seen positive progress because of this informal brand of conflict...

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