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Selection of Statecraft

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Negotiation and Statecraft

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Selection of Statecraft

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Negotiation and Statecraft

Author : Subcommittee on National Security and International Operations
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Negotiation and Statecraft a Selection of Readings Compiled by the Subcommittee on National Security and International Operations pursuant to S Res 311 91st Cong of the Committee on Government Operations U S Senate

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Negotiation and Statecraft

Author : United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Government Operations. Subcommittee on National Security and International Operations
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Negotiation and Statecraft

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Negotiation and Statecraft

Author : U.S. Congress. Senate. Committee on Government Operations
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Negotiation and Statecraft a Selection of Readings 91st Congress 2nd Session 1970

Author : United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Government Operations
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International Relations a Selection of Current Readings

Author : Massachusetts Institute of Technology Department of Economics and Social Scince
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Middle Power Statecraft

Author : Jonathan H. Ping
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Jonathan Ping's volume establishes a unifying theory for the concept of middle power (MP). MPs are states which have an innate form of statecraft and perceived power as a result of their size. The book presents hybridization theory as a basis for analysis, policy development and prediction of MP statecraft and perceived power. A prerequisite to the founding of hybridization theory is the new statistical method of definition which identifies sixteen MPs of Asia and the Pacific. The volume takes a comparative focus on Indonesia and Malaysia to inform and test hybridization theory, as well as to provide a historical analysis of Southeast Asia from a statecraft and perceived power perspective. It offers researchers and scholars of international relations and international political economy a theory that can be applied to the practical study of all middle sized states, while middle sized states can apply the same theory to enhance their own ability to (re)create their state.

Statecraft and Stagecraft

Author : Robert Schmuhl
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In this second edition of Statecraft and Stagecraft Robert Schmuhl brings up to date his provocative exploration of the involvement of the media in our public life by including a new chapter on the Persian Gulf War.

The Origins of Public Diplomacy in US Statecraft

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This book examines historic examples of US public diplomacy in order to understand how past uses and techniques of foreign public engagement evolved into modern public diplomacy as a tool of American statecraft. The study explores six historic cases where the United States’ government or private American citizens actively engaged with foreign publics, starting with the American Revolution in 1776 through the passage of the Smith-Mundt Bill of 1948. Each case looks specifically at the role foreign public engagement plays in American statecraft, while also identifying trends in American foreign public engagement and making connections between past practice of foreign public engagement and public diplomacy, and analyzing how trends and past practice or experience influenced modern American public diplomacy.

Challenges to China s Economic Statecraft

Author : Yi Edward Yang
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This book presents a comprehensive assessment of China's economic statecraft and its challenges. The contributors explore the various factors and dynamics that determine the effectiveness of China's effort to turn its wealth into global power.

Economic Statecraft and Foreign Policy

Author : Jean-Marc F. Blanchard
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This book develops a unified theory of economic statecraft to clarify when and how sanctions and incentives can be used effectively to secure meaningful policy concessions. High-profile applications of economic statecraft have yielded varying degrees of success. The mixed record of economic incentives and economic sanctions in many cases raises important questions. Under what conditions can states modify the behaviour of other states by offering them tangible economic rewards or by threatening to disrupt existing economic relations? To what extent does the success of economic statecraft depend on the magnitude of economic penalties and rewards? In order to answer these questions, this book develops two analytic models: one weighs the threats economic statecraft poses to the Target’s Strategic Interests (TSI); while the other (stateness) assesses the degree to which the target state is insulated from domestic political pressures that senders attempt to generate or exploit. Through a series of carefully crafted case studies, including African apartheid and Japanese incentives to obtain the return of the Northern Territories, the authors demonstrate how their model can yield important policy insights in regards to contemporary economic sanctions and incentives cases, such as Iran and North Korea. This book will be of much interest to students of statecraft, sanctions, diplomacy, foreign policy, and international security in general.

Statecraft

Author : Eugo Lliemenam Nwafor DSS
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Although, using Nigeria’s political and developmental history, in the author’s imaginary creation, Statecraft is a grand strategic plan initiated and nurtured overtime and clinically executed by some concerned citizens of a nation. When they first met in the university, their country was dangerously drifting into anarchy and doom due to political and ethnoreligious divisiveness. Calling themselves the patriots or the partizans and their umbrella body, the Concerned Citizens Watch Organization (CCWO), those youths resolved to salvage their country not only from ethnoreligious conflicts but the political mismanagement of their extant national, human and natural resources, and reposition it. To democratically defeat the political old guard at the polls, the CCWO employed a combination of civil and uncivil designs. The organization thus hatched and developed its plot, which encapsulated thoughts, plans, strategies, and actions to prepare its political arm. To do this, the founding partizans patiently spend the time and space of their youthful years to also galvanize and mobilize the people. Then in its apogee, the CCWO’s political arm, in its first attempt at the polls, applied the well-articulated and rehearsed intriguing tact. It was a perfected political and strategic crafts that achieved unprecedented election upsets, never before witnessed in the history of elections. Most of its unknown candidates effortlessly defeated their very many established and tested political opponents. Indeed, the organization’s stunning electoral victory shocked many and disproved watchers’ permutations. Truly, Statecraft was CCWO’s application and execution of a compendium of well-designed survival strategies that satisfied unexpected overhauls. They could spur determined patriotic youths and adequately serve as panacea to freeing countries and peoples by genuine patriots frustrated and disenchanted with the status quo. Statecraft will surely find relevance in politics, administration, and management.

Negotiation and Statecraft

Author : United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Government Operations. Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations
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Confucian Statecraft and Korean Institutions

Author : James B. Palais
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Seventeenth-century Korea was a country in crisis�successive invasions by Hideyoshi and the Manchus had rocked the Choson dynasty (1392-1910), which already was weakened by maladministration, internecine bureaucratic factionalism, unfair taxation, concentration of wealth, military problems, and other ills. Yu Hyongwon (1622�1673, pen name, Pan�gye), a recluse scholar, responded to this time of chaos and uncertainty by writing his modestly titled Pan�gye surok (The Jottings of Pan�gye), a virtual encyclopedia of Confucian statecraft, designed to support his plan for a revived and reformed Korean system of government. Although Yu was ignored in his own time by all but a few admirers and disciples, his ideas became prominent by the mid-eighteenth century as discussions were underway to solve problems in taxation, military service, and commercial activity. Yu has been viewed by Korean and Japanese scholars as a forerunner of modernization, but in Confucian Statecraft and Korean Institutions James B. Palais challenges this view, demonstrating that Yu was instead an outstanding example of the premodern tradition. Palais uses Yu Hyongwon�s mammoth, pivotal text to examine the development and shape of the major institutions of Choson dynasty Korea. He has included a thorough treatment of the many Chinese classical and historical texts that Yu used as well as the available Korean primary sources and Korean and Japanese secondary scholarship. Palais traces the history of each of Yu�s subjects from the beginning of the dynasty and pursues developments through the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. He stresses both the classical and historical roots of Yu�s reform ideas and analyzes the nature and degree of proto-capitalistic changes, such as the use of metallic currency, the introduction of wage labor into the agrarian economy, the development of unregulated commercial activity, and the appearance of industries with more differentiation of labor. Because it contains much comparative material, Confucian Statecraft and Korean Institutions will be of interest to scholars of China and Japan, as well as to Korea specialists. It also has much to say to scholars of agrarian society, slavery, landholding systems, bureaucracy, and developing economies. Winner of the John Whitney Hall Book Prize, sponsored by the Association for Asian Studies

Economic Statecraft

Author : David A. Baldwin
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Introduction -- Techniques of statecraft -- What is economic statecraft? -- Thinking about economic statecraft -- Economic statecraft in international thought -- Bargaining with economic statecraft -- National power and economic statecraft -- "Classic cases" reconsidered -- Foreign trade -- Foreign aid -- The legality and morality of economic statecraft -- Conclusion -- Afterword : economic statecraft : continuity and change / Ethan B. Kapstein.

Statecraft and Liberal Reform in Advanced Democracies

Author : Nils Karlson
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This book explains how advanced democracies and welfare states can achieve welfare-enhancing, liberal institutional reform. It develops a general theory based on an extended comparative case study of Sweden and Australia over the last 25 years, and offers an in-depth contribution to the field of institutional change, explaining how to govern a country well and how to overcome different barriers to reform, such as special interests, negativity biases and media logic. It develops the concepts of the ‘reform cycle’, ‘reform strategies’ and ‘polycentric experiential’ learning in order to explain successful reforms, and the key role of policy entrepreneurs, who introduce and develop new ideas. The book further examines why these reforms came to an end. Karlson also applies the ideas of Popperian, Kuhnian and Machiavellian reform strategies, and explains why they are needed for reform to come about. The theory of modern statecraft presented here involves a combination of knowing w hat and knowing how. It has the potential to be generally applicable in any advanced democracy with the ambition to improve its economy and society. This book is of interest for anyone who is concerned about budget deficits, slow growth, over regulation, lack of structural reforms and the rise of populism. It will appeal to scholars of political science, public policy and political economy.