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The Sanctions Paradox, by Daniel Drezner

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Despite their increasing importance, there is little theoretical understanding of why nation-states initiate economic sanctions, or what determines their success. This 1999 book argues that both imposers and targets of economic coercion incorporate expectations of future conflict as well as the short-run opportunity costs of coercion into their behaviour. The book's argument is pursued using game theory and statistical analysis, and detailed case studies of Russia's relations with newly-independent states, and US efforts to halt nuclear proliferation on the Korean peninsula.

Price: $70 (it costs $125 on Amazon and Ebay)
Product Identifiers
ISBN-10 0521643325
ISBN-13 9780521643320


Key Details
Author Daniel W. Drezner
Number Of Pages 364 pages
Series Cambridge Studies in International Relations
Format Hardcover
Publication Date 1999-08-26
Language English
Publisher Cambridge University Press


Additional Details
Series Volume Number 65
Copyright Date 1999
Illustrated Yes


Dimensions
Weight 23.4 Oz
Height 0.8 In.
Width 6 In.
Length 9 In.


Target Audience
Group Scholarly & Professional


Classification Method
LCCN 98-039105
LC Classification Number HF1413.5 .D74 1999
Dewey Decimal 327.1/17
Dewey Edition 21
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