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Proxy wars : suppressing violence through local agents
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Éditeur Cornell University press
Année 2019
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Proxy wars : suppressing violence through local agents
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1 vol. (X-339 p.) : ill., graph., tabl. ; 24 cm
Notes
Bibliogr. p. 305-326. Index
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Classification Dewey
355.02
Contenu
Introduction : principals, agents, and indirect foreign policies / Eli Berman, David A. Lake, Gerard Padró i Miquel, and Pierre Yared ; South Korea, 1950-1953 : exogenous realignment of preferences / Julia Macdonald ; Denmark, 1940-1945 : armed resistance and agency slippage in Germany's model protectorate / Brandon Merrell ; Colombia 1990-2010 : cooperation in the war on drugs / Abigail Vaughn ; Lebanon and Gaza, 1975-2017 : Israel's extremes of interest alignment / Matthew J. Nanes ; El Salvador, 1979-1992 : revisiting success / Ryan Baker ; Pakistan, 2001-2011 : Washington's small stick / Clara H. Suong ; Not dark yet : the Israel-PA principal-agent relationship, 1993-2017 / Alexei Abrahams ; Yemen, 2001-2011 : building on unstable ground / Ben Brewer ; Iraq, 2003-2011 : principal failure / David A. Lake ; Policy implications for the United States / Stephen Biddle
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Présentation de l'éditeur : "Analytical narratives examine when and where major powers can work through local proxies rather than commit their own troops. Cases include Denmark under Nazi occupation, the Korean War, El Salvador, Colombia, and present-day Iraq, Yemen, and Afghanistan. Most focus on the United States, but Israel's relations with Lebanon and Gaza and the Palestinian Authority are also featured."
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978-1-5017-3305-5
1-5017-3305-2
978-1-5017-3306-2
1-5017-3306-0
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