Win-Win Thinking

Using the Win-Win Return of Karelia as a Case Study
Narrated by: Joe Farinacci
Length: 6 hrs and 5 mins
Categories: Nonfiction, Politics

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In a win-win action, both parties win, and a common victory is greater than it is ever possible to achieve alone. There is no upper boundary to how good the results that are possible to achieve together, compared to pursuing one's own advantage.

Real win-win thinking is never a game against the other party, from which all game theoretical solutions look to start, but involves cooperation with all the players.

To act in competition with an opponent is not as successful as acting in win-win cooperation with such a party that has same values and goals as you. Also, a common dialog is needed.

Win-win thinking can, in world politics, completely compensate the now prevalent violence-based power politics. For hundreds, and possibly thousands of years, political actors have acted according to its requirements.

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