Decisions in Crisis: Israel, 1967 and 1973

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University of California Press, Jan 1, 1980 - History - 479 pages
Offers a definition of crisis, a theoretical model of crisis decision making, and a study of Israel's responses to crisis situations and how they were determined
 

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Contents

CHAPTER ONE Definitions Typologies Model
1
Model of International Crisis Behavior
3
Dimensions of Crisis
11
Attributes of a Crisis Actor
12
Characteristics of the Crisis Decisional Unit
14
PRECRISIS PERIOD
23
7 April to 16 May
35
13 September to 4 October
51
17 May to 4 June
91
5 to 26 October
171
Crisis Components
230
Crisis Periods
239
Crisis Periods
240
Crisis Periods 1967 244 1973
244
5 to 10 June
253
27 October to 31
286

chapter FOUR Comparison and Findings
77
PreCrisis Periods
82
PreCrisis Periods
85
PreCrisis Periods
86
chapter ten Comparison and Findings
325
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chapter twelve Stress and Choice
379
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About the author (1980)

Michael Brecher is R.B. Angus Professor of Political Science, McGill University, and former president of the International Studies Association.

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