Coercive Diplomacy: Scope and Limits in the Contemporary World
Bruce W. Jentleson
 
 
Bruce W. Jentleson reviews coercive diplomacy's track record and looks at how the United States used it to deal with Libya. Jentleson also presents policy recommendations that might be applied to current cases such as Iran and North Korea.


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