Managing International Crises

Managing International Crises

Managing International Crises contains original essays on the nature of international crises and how states behave during them. What effects do different kinds of diplomatic moves have on crises? Does a crisis have an inner logic, a dynamic of its own? What is the best way of managing these conflicts? Theoretical advances and new empirical research are offered by distinguished scholars. @3`The book is sure to stimulate thinking on crises management.' -- Nonaligned World, Vol 1 No 3, July-September 1983 @3`This collection brings together a comprehensive, authoritative, and eclectic survey of theorization, research, and practice dealing with crises as salient international events...the book is impressi

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