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Theory and Practice Alexander L George
The Practice of Coercive Diplomacy
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abstract model administration's adversary air strikes allies Ambassador American April Arab attack August Baghdad bargaining bombing Bush China coercing power coercive diplomacy Communist compliance Conference conflict contras credibility Cuba Cuban Cuban Missile Crisis December decision Defense demands diplo diplomatic domestic economic efforts embargo escalation February Foreign Geneva Hanoi Ibid initial Iraq Iraq's Iraqi issue January Japan Japanese Kennedy Kennedy's Khrushchev Kuwait Laotian LBJL leaders Libya limited March McGeorge Bundy Missile Crisis Moscow National navy negotiations Nicaragua North November objective October operations opponent Pathet Lao peace Persian Gulf policy makers political president's pressure Qaddafi Reagan administration reprisal Rusk Saddam Hussein Saigon sanctions Sandinistas Secretary settlement situation South Vietnam Southeast Asia Soviet Union strategy of coercive targets terrorism terrorist threat tion troops try-and-see U.S. Congress U.S. forces U.S. Government U.S. military U.S. policy ultimata ultimatum United variant of coercive Vietnamese William Bundy withdrawal Yevgeniy Primakov York