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Force and Accommodation in World Politics

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Force and Accommodation in World Politics
Dr. Spangler shows that conciliatory approaches or accommodative measures have frequently been avoided by the United States in its foreign relations and, if used, have too often been undervalued in comparison to military force. He develops a model or conceptual approach to foreign policy that he calls "positive diplomacy," which is to him a preferable method of integrating force and diplomacy in this very complicated and increasingly dangerous world. [Stanley E. Spangler / 1991 / 380 pages / ISBN: 1-58566-040-X / AU Press Code: B-42]

Dr. Spangler shows that conciliatory approaches or accommodative measures have frequently been avoided by the United States in its foreign relations and, if used, have too often been undervalued in comparison to military force. He develops a model or conceptual approach to foreign policy that he calls "positive diplomacy," which is to him a preferable method of integrating force and diplomacy in this very complicated and increasingly dangerous world. [Stanley E. Spangler / 1991 / 380 pages / ISBN: 1-58566-040-X / AU Press Code: B-42]

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