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by Anne E. Sartori

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Author: Anne E. Sartori
Publisher: Princeton University Press (July 25, 2005)
Language: English
Pages: 184
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Deterrence by Diplomacy challenges standard understandings of deterrence by analyzing it as a form of talk and reaches conclusions about the effectiveness . Deterrence by Diplomacy - Anne E. Sartori.

Deterrence by Diplomacy challenges standard understandings of deterrence by analyzing it as a form of talk and reaches conclusions about the effectiveness of diplomacy that are much more optimistic. Anne Sartori argues that diplomacy works precisely because it is so valuable. States take pains to use diplomacy honestly most of the time because doing so allows them to maintain reputations for honesty, which in turn enhance their ability to resolve future disputes using diplomacy rather than force.

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Deterrence by Diplomacy (Paperback). Anne E. Sartori (author). Departing from traditional theory, this book shows that rather than always fighting over small issues to show resolve, states can make their threats more credible by sometimes honestly acquiescing over lesser issues-by not crying "wolf.

Deterrence by diplomacy Sartori, Anne E. Wiley 9780691134000 : Challenges standard understandings of deterrence by analyzing it as a form of talk and reaches . Deterrence by diplomacy, Sartori, Anne E. View Inside. Варианты приобретения. Wiley 9780691134000 : Challenges standard understandings of deterrence by analyzing it as a form of talk and reaches conclusions about the effectivenes. Кол-во: Наличие: Поставка под заказ. Есть в наличии на складе поставщика.

Deterrence by Diplomacy. This book is about deterrence and diplomacy. An attempt at deterrence is a counter-threat

Deterrence by Diplomacy. Published by: Princeton University Press. An attempt at deterrence is a counter-threat. It is a threat by one state to use military force if another state does not refrain from some undesired, threatened action. princeton university press princeton and oxford. Sartori, Anne . 1966– Deterrence by diplomacy, Anne E. Published by Princeton University Press, 41 William Street, Princeton, New Jersey 08540. p. cm. Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN: 0-691-11699-7 (cl : alk. paper) 1. Diplomacy. 2. Deterrence (Strategy) I. Title.

Deterrence by Diplomacy challenges standard understandings of deterrence by.Departing from traditional theory, this book shows that rather than always. Princeton University Press.

Sartori, Anne Elizabeth. Abstract: This dissertation proposes a liberal version of deterrence theory. I explain the ability of diplomacy, in the form of cheap talk, to change an adversary's mind during an international dispute. Sartori, Anne Elizabeth. Diplomacy works for two reasons. First, states are better-off when others believe their diplomacy: they have both the ability to communicate honestly and the ability to bluff. Second, states that are caught bluffing acquire reputations for bluffing, and others find their diplomacy less credible in future disputes.

Why are countries often able to communicate critical information using diplomacy? Why do countries typically use diplomacy honestly, despite incentives to bluff? Why are they often able to deter attacks using merely verbal threats? International relations theory is largely pessimistic about the prospects for effective diplomacy, yet leaders nevertheless expend much time and energy trying to resolve conflicts through verbal negotiations and public statements. Deterrence by Diplomacy challenges standard understandings of deterrence by analyzing it as a form of talk and reaches conclusions about the effectiveness of diplomacy that are much more optimistic.

Anne Sartori argues that diplomacy works precisely because it is so valuable. States take pains to use diplomacy honestly most of the time because doing so allows them to maintain reputations for honesty, which in turn enhance their ability to resolve future disputes using diplomacy rather than force. So, to maintain the effectiveness of their diplomacy, states sometimes acquiesce to others' demands when they might have been able to attain their goals through bluffs. Sartori theorizes that countries obtain a "trade" of issues over time; they get their way more often when they deem the issues more important, and concede more often when they deem the issues less important. Departing from traditional theory, this book shows that rather than always fighting over small issues to show resolve, states can make their threats more credible by sometimes honestly acquiescing over lesser issues--by not crying "wolf."