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The current framework of Internet interconnections, based on transit and settlement-free peering relations, has systemic problems that often cause peering disputes. Repeated high-profile incidents show that this unfortunate state of affairs stands in the way of better Internet performance, sometimes even leading to large-scale Internet outages. We propose a new techno-economic interconnection framework called Nash-Peering, which is based on the principles of Nash Bargaining in game theory anddoi:10.1109/infcomw.2018.8406865 dblp:conf/infocom/ZarchyDDS18 fatcat:j3x24sm6pnerljefz7f74skuqa