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by Richard J. Payne
Author: Richard J. Payne
Publisher: SUNY Press (August 18, 1995)
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Payne establishes a sound basis for his assertion that (1) American foreign policy has been heavily dependent on. .Richard J. Payne is Distinguished Professor in the Department of Political Science at Illinois State University.
Payne establishes a sound basis for his assertion that (1) American foreign policy has been heavily dependent on the use of culturally reinforced violence, and (2) the future cost of resolving conflicts through violence will probably become vastly more burdensome. This is a much-needed book. Henry T. Nash, Wheaton College.
Post-Cold War challenges, Payne argues, call for a more nuanced combination of force and diplomacy.
He argues that the costs of resolving conflicts militarily are likely to become more burdensome as economic competitors seek to take advantage of the . tendency to demonstrate resolve primarily through the application of force. Post-Cold War challenges, Payne argues, call for a more nuanced combination of force and diplomacy.
and sophisticated process, this analysis of American policies toward the Persian Gulf . Values, Interests, and Force in American Foreign Policy.
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