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Brokering peace in nuclear environments : U.S. crisis management in South Asia
Éditeur Stanford University Press
Année copyright 2018
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Brokering peace in nuclear environments : U.S. crisis management in South Asia
1 volume (XII-304 pages) ; 24 cm
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327.174 70954
Introduction : regional nuclear crises in a unipolar world ; Section I. Conceptual and theoretical issues. Understanding nuclear crisis behavior : a survey of the literature ; Setting up the inquiry : an introduction to brokered bargaining ; Section II. India-Pakistan crises in the overt nuclear era. The Kargil crisis ; The 2001-2002 military standoff ; The Mumbai crisis ; Section III. Lessons and implications. Brokered bargaining : observations and lessons for South Asia ; Beyond South Asia : generalizing the application of brokered bargaining ; Brokered bargaining : implications for theory and practice
Nuclear deterrence strategies remain rooted in Cold War models that do not take into account conflict between regional powers. Brokering Peace in Nuclear Environments offers an innovative theory of brokered bargaining to better understand and solve regional crises. Drawing on the history of conflict in nuclear South Asia, Moeed Yusuf describes the potential for third-party intervention to avert nuclear war. Moving beyond the widely accepted rational deterrence model, Yusuf offers an original perspective rooted in thoughtful analysis of the ways regional powers behave and maneuver in response to the pressures of strong global powers. With depth and insight, this book urges the international community to rethink its approach to nuclear deterrence--back cover
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