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Strategic Coercion

Concepts and Cases

by Lawrence Freedman

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Published by Oxford University Press, USA .
Written in English


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Number of Pages416
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Open LibraryOL7399268M
ISBN 100198293496
ISBN 109780198293491

  Strategy: A History by Lawrence Freedman – review Lawrence Freedman 's Strategy is clearly a bid for the high shelves, a kind of summation, almost an apologia pro vita sua, a reflection on a. Twomey assesses a wide array of sources in both the United States and China on military doctrine, strategic culture, misperception, and deterrence theory to build case studies of attempts at strategic coercion during Sino-American conflicts in Korea and the Taiwan Strait in the early years of the Cold War, as well as an examination of similar.

  Triadic Coercion will serve as a milestone in international relations theory and especially in the realms of deterrence and coercion theories. Pearlman and Atzili's book makes a significant contribution to the literature on asymmetrical conflicts and counterinsurgencies and to literature on the conflicts between Israel and its neighbors.   Consequently, this book has a strong focus upon the development of the actor capability of the Union. In the case of the United States, it examines to what extent the concept of the strategic triangle has significance under each of five grand strategies that serve as alternative visions of the superpower’s role in the by: 7.

  “Strategy” is a book about war but also much more than that. Less than half of it is devoted to military history. A later section deals with politics, looking at the plans made by those with. This book is printed on paper suitable for recycling and made from fully managed and sustained forest sources. A catalogue record for this book is available from the British Library. Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data White, Colin (Colin M.) Strategic management / Colin White. p. cm. Includes bibliographical references and Size: 3MB.


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Strategic Coercion: Concepts and Cases. This book argues for a reappraisal of the role of strategic coercion, defined as the deliberate and purposive use of overt threats to influence another's strategic choices, and emphasizes the importance of drawing on the experiences of countries other than the United States, and of considering the new circumstances of the post cold war world.4/5(2).

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This book argues for a reappraisal of the role of strategic coercion, defined as the deliberate and purposive use of overt threats to influence another's strategic choices, and emphasizes the importance of drawing on the experiences of countries other than the Brand: Oxford University Press, USA.

This book argues for a reappraisal of the role of strategic coercion, defined as the deliberate and purposive use of overt threats to influence another's strategic choices, and emphasizes the importance of drawing on the experiences of countries other than the United States, and of considering the new circumstances of the post cold war world.

Strategic Coercion.: For three decades the analysis of strategic coercion has been dominated by two landmark books: Tom Schelling's Arms and Influence and Alex George's Strategic Diplomacy, both of which addressed the requirements of American foreign policy during the cold war.

This book argues for a reappraisalof the role of strategic coercion - defined as the deliberate and purposive use of overt threats to influence another's strategic.

This book argues for a reappraisal of the role of strategic coercion - defined as the deliberate and purposive use of overt threats to influence another's strategic choices.

It emphasizes the importance of drawing on the experiences of countries other than the United States, and of considering the new circumstances of the post cold war world.4/5(2). This book argues for a reappraisal of the role of strategic coercion - defined as the deliberate and purposive use of overt threats to influence another's strategic choices.

It emphasizes the importance of drawing on the experiences of countries other than the United States, and of considering the new circumstances of the post cold war world.

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Chapter 1: Strategic coercion. Add to My Bookmarks Export citation. Type Chapter Author(s) Lawrence Freedman Date Page start 15 Page end 36 Is part of Book Title Strategic coercion: concepts and cases Editor(s) Lawrence Freedman Date Publisher Oxford University Press Pub place New York, Oxford ISBN ISBN   These include deterrence, containment, coercion, and confrontation.

Appeasement is the opposite of a strategic position. The common assumption that there has been a paradigm shift away from state-to-state war is analysed and rejected, and limited war as the most common form of war is argued for, but also hybrid forms of action are : Janne Haaland Matlary.

Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. For three decades the analysis of strategic coercion has been dominated by two landmark books: Tom Schelling's Arms and Influence and Alex George's Strategic Diplomacy, both of which addressed the requirements of American foreign policy during the cold war.

COVID shows how vulnerable 'we are to strategic coercion' from foreign powers. Malcolm Turnbull’s book a work of fiction. Alan Jones, Turnbull’s book is a work of fiction.

Given the current news cycle, few books seem as relevant today as Jasper’s detailed and precise examination of the US cyber environment. Traditional methods of deterring an adversary (direct military action or the threat of direct action) are not viable in the age of cyber attacks, which can be carried out by both nations and individuals.5/5(1).

Strategic Coercion offers one alternative to this brute-force approach. Simply stated, strategic coercion is the act of inducing or compelling an adversary to do something to which he is averse. It involves using force and threatening action to compel an adversary to cease his current activity, or coerce him to reverse actions already taken.

This book argues for a reappraisal of the role of strategic coercion - defined as the deliberate and purposive use of overt threats to influence another's strategic choices. It emphasizes the importance of drawing on the experiences of countries other than the United States, and of considering the new circumstances of the post cold war : Lawrence Freedman.

In this book, Kotter presents his case for a new “dual operating system” network that can help organizations handle strategic challenges and change with the times. Review: “A Top Shelf Best Business Book pick of the Year: Strategy”-- strategy+business magazine. His recent books include an Adelphi Paper on The Revolution in Strategic Affairs, an edited book on Strategic Coercion, an illustrated book on the Cold War, a collection of essays on British defence policy and Kennedy's Wars that covers the major crises of the early s over Berlin, Cuba and Vietnam.

Strategic Coercion offers one alternative to this brute-force approach. Simply stated, strategic coercion is the act of inducing or compelling an adversary to do something to which he is averse. It involves using force and threatening action to compel an adversary to cease his current activity, or coerce him to reverse actions already taken.Strategic bombing doesn’t work because: 1) punishment doesn’t work—high pain thresholds, 2) risk doesn’t work—see 1 (except nuclear coercion), 3) decapitation doesn’t work—leaders hard to kill/short disruptions, 4) denial can work—very difficult to eliminate production of crucial items ().

Book Review: ‘Cyber Strategy: The Evolving Character of Power and Coercion’ Chapter 2 reviews abstract theories of nuclear strategy, strategic bombing, and terrorism in its focus on “coercion,” and reviews studies of coercion rates in those other contexts (including Abrahms’ 7%), without admitting the controversies of these.