Games Nations Play

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Congressional Quarterly, 1996 - Political Science - 596 pages
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How has world politics changed -- and remained the same -- since the collapse of the Soviet Union? Spanier and Wendzel focus on the shifting balance of power in the world today, and the domestic factors and varying perceptions of reality that influence policy decisions. They also reveal the disturbing continuation of the dangerous adversary games nations play.

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PART
1
A Framework
22
Actor Level
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University of Florida

U.S. Air War College

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