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By O'Sullivan, Meghan L.
Argues that in the post-September 11 international climate, the US will be even more willing to use its economic power to advance its foreign policy goals. This impulse, it argues, can lead to a more effective foreign policy, however, a recalibration of these tools is necessary.
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By Haass, R.; O Sullivan, M.; Edited by Haass, Richard N.; O'Sullivan, Meghan L.
Examines engagement strategies that primarily involve the use of positive incentives in foreign policy. Seven case studies of engagment are provided, covering such subjects as: relations between the USA and China; Europe's Critical Dialogue with Iran; and US engagment with Iraq, ...1988 to 1990.Read more
Edited by Haass, Richard N.; O'Sullivan, Meghan L.
An examination of engagement strategies that primarily involve the use of positive incentives. The book contends that engagement has great potential as a tool for modifying the behaviour of regimes with which the US has disagreements, such as Iraq, China and North Korea.
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