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Theories of deterrence and compellence incorporate behavioral and political assumptions. The behavioral assumptions place unreasonable informational and analytical requirements on policy-makers. The political assumptions misconstrue the process of risk assessment, exaggerate the ability of...
The five permanent members of the Security Council noted the threats to peace and stability posed by the proliferation of nuclear weapons, chemical and biological weapons, and missiles, and undertook to seek effective measures of non-proliferation and arms control in a fair, reasonable,...
Scholars of foreign policy-making have concentrated on how the most powerful domestic actors influence foreign policy and have largely ignored the influence of less powerful, minority actors. This article argues that bureaucratic minorities — subordinates and less powerful departments — can...
Diversionary foreign policy is a traditional means employed by governments with domestic political problems. This short article hints at the diversionary role of the Maastricht Treaty as an international commitment for domestic economic policy. Moreover, it emphasizes the crucial role of the...
How can we account for the variance in the level of implementation of and compliance with international agreements? Noting that answers to this question have been sought by pursuing at least three different paths of research, the author outlines three basic models and briefly discusses some of...
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