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The Dynamics of Coercion

American Foreign Policy and the Limits of Military Might (RAND Studies in Policy Analysis)

by Daniel Byman

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  • 38 Currently reading

Published by Cambridge University Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • American studies,
  • Defence strategy, planning & research,
  • International relations,
  • Political economy,
  • United States,
  • Military policy,
  • Government - U.S. Government,
  • Political Science,
  • Politics / Current Events,
  • Politics/International Relations,
  • USA,
  • Political Freedom & Security - International Secur,
  • Military Science,
  • Political Science / General,
  • United States--Military policy,
  • Foreign relations,
  • 2001-,
  • Limited war

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages298
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7755224M
    ISBN 100521809916
    ISBN 109780521809917

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"This timely RAND Corporation study focuses on threats of military action and on the coercive functions of military operations in war All in all, The Dynamics of Coercion should be must-reading for all practitioners and scholars of the art, especially those who, encouraged by the administration's optimism for controllable war, are unworried by the new enthusiasm for Cited by: “Tim Tigner is a masterful storyteller with a nose for intrigue and a careful eye for historical detail.

Set in the aftermath of the collapse of the Iron Curtain, his latest book, Coercion, is a compelling tale of espionage and betrayal, one that will leave its readers wanting more.” —James A.

Baker, III, 61st U.S. Secretary of State/5(K). The Dynamics of Coercion. American Foreign Policy and the Limits of Military Might. by Daniel Byman, Matthew Waxman. Related Topics: Asymmetric Warfare, Global Security, International Diplomacy, Security CooperationCited by:   The book suggests treatment and prevention of coercion can be part of a public health initiative and ends with a discussion of coercion dynamics and where future research should be focused.

Assessment: This book does a good job of covering a wide range of topics related to coercion in children through : Thomas J. Dishion. If you enjoy stories by Tom Clancy, James Patterson or Robert Ludlum, take note of Tim Tigner, and read his book Coercion.

Ive never been able to make it through a single one of Tom Clancys The Dynamics of Coercion book. Simply put, Tim Tigner just writes better. You wont be disappointed, and you wont be able to put it down. Tigner draws on his personal experience to /5. All in all, The Dynamics of Coercion should be must-reading for all practitioners and scholars of the art, especially those who, encouraged by the administration's optimism for controllable war, are unworried by the new enthusiasm Price: $   Successful coercion should be relatively simple for the United States.

Since the demise of the Soviet Union, the United States is without rivals in military might, political influence, or economic strength.

Yet despite the lopsided US edge in raw power, regional foes persist in defying the threats and ultimatums brought by the United States and its allies. Cults: Faith, Healing and Coercion is a non-fiction book on cults and coercive persuasion, written by Marc Galanter (MD).The book was published in hardcover format in by Oxford University Press, and again in hardcover in in a second edition second edition was reprinted by Oxford University Press, in March Author: Marc Galanter (MD).

Because such arrangements are common across the economy, Hatton argues that coercion—as well as precarity—is a defining feature of work in America today. Theoretically forceful yet vivid and gripping to read, Coerced compels the reader to reevaluate contemporary dynamics of work, pushing beyond concepts like "career" and "gig work." Through.

Science of Coercion provides the first thorough examination of the role of the CIA, the Pentagon, and other U.S. security agencies in the evolution of modern communication research, a field in the social sciences which crystallized into a distinct discipline in the early s.

Get this from a library. The dynamics of coercion: American foreign policy and the limits of military might. [Daniel Byman; Matthew C Waxman] -- Publisher description: Successful coercion should be relatively simple for the United States.

Since the demise of the Soviet Union, the United States is without rivals in military might, political.

Get this from a library. Dynamics of coercion: American foreign policy and the limits of military might. [Daniel Byman; Matthew C Waxman] -- 'Successful coercion should be relatively simple for the United States. Since the demise of the Soviet Union, the United States is without rivals in military might, political influence, or economic.

The Dynamics of Coercion American Foreign Policy and the Limits of Military Might Daniel Bj&man RAND Matthew Waxman RAND A CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS. Contents Foreword page xi Preface xiii Acknowledgments xv 1 Introduction 1 Defining coercion 3 The role of inducements 9 Models of coercion 10File Size: 60KB.

Coercion has a long history, of course, but its manifestation as a sustained point of focus in contemporary social science may arguably be traced to Thomas Crombie Schelling’s book, Arms and Influence.1 An economist by training, Schelling developed his early work at a time when debates over nuclear strategy dominated the landscape.

In his fully updated new edition of The Art of Military Coercion, Rob de Wijk presents a theory on the use of force. He argues that the key is a failure to use force decisively, to properly understand the dynamics of conflict and balance means and ends. The Dynamics of Coercion by Daniel L.

Byman,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(16). Title of a book, article or other published item (this will display to the public): Dynamics of coercion: American foreign policy and the. Since the mids pioneering research about daily coercive interactions in relationships has shed light on the development and treatment of multiple mental health problems and school safety issues.

This handbook brings together the expertise and the perspective of leading scholars and intervention developers in an effort to interpret and clarify coercive dynamics and discuss.

In Coercion, Rushkoff recounts his adventures in advertising and marketing after Media Virus made him a talking head for the mass media. Throughout the book he shows how marketing has co-opted fringe culture's weapons.

The underlying premise of the book is that there really isn't one group or concept that controls the world/marketing/culture.4/5. Coercive interactions and conflict are commonplace in close relationships and families, friendships, and teacher-student relationships in schools.

Coercion and conflict can be used to grow stronger relationships, or they can lead to the deterioration of relationships, undermine efforts to socialize and teach youth, and lead to the development of mental health problems in.

Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library.Reviews "This timely RAND Corporation study focuses on threats of military action and on the coercive functions of military operations in war. All in all, The Dynamics of Coercion should be must-reading for all practitioners and scholars of the art, especially those who, encouraged by the administration's optimism for controllable war, are unworried by the new enthusiasm for Cited by: Colvin's differential coercion theory, which integrates several existing criminological perspectives, lays out a compelling argument that coercive forces create social and psychological dynamics that lead to chronic criminal behavior.