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Structural Equivalence and International Conflict
The concept of international affinity—albeit under different names—captures a central place in international relations research. This study examines how different types of affinity affect theExpand
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What Is the Enemy of My Enemy? Causes and Consequences of Imbalanced International Relations, 1816–2001
This study explores logical and empirical implications of friendship and enmity in world politics by linking indirect international relations (e.g., “the enemy of my enemy,” “the enemy of my friend”)Expand
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Structural Equivalence and International Conflict, 1816-2000: A Social Networks Analysis of Affinities and Conflict
The concept of international affinity—albeit under different names—captures a central place in international relations research. This study examines how different types of affinity affect theExpand
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Rules of military retaliation and their practice by the state of Israel
A major issue intriguing students of international relations is determining to what extent, if at all, do norms and standard operating procedures (SOPs) affect foreign policy. This question isExpand
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7 Network Centrality and International Conflict , 1816-2001 : Does it Pay to Be Important ?
The position of states in the international system has long been a topic of interest in the study of world politics. Previous studies investigating the relationship between status inconsistency andExpand
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Investment in peace : politics of economic cooperation between Israel, Jordan, and the Palestinian Authority
Contents: Foreword by HRH Prince El Hassan bin Talal of Jordan Preface Introduction: Perceptions of War, Peace, and Economics The Domestic Environments The Politics of theExpand
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The extent of dissent: The effect of group composition and size on Israeli decisions to confront low intensity conflict
. This article tests a number of hypotheses about foreign policy decision making within parliamentary democracies. First it explores the origins of debates among decision-makers. Are deliberationsExpand
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The Effect of Domestic and Foreign Pressure on Israeli Decisions To Use Limited Military Force
The influence of domestic politics on international relations is a very popular theme in US foreign policy analysis. Numerous studies have demonstrated that presidents sometimes tried to improveExpand
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The impact of internal politics on Israel's reprisal policy during the 1950s
Israel's policy of military reprisals has never seemed to follow any consistent pattern of tit‐for‐tat. On the one hand, not every violent incident was answered with a counterattack. On the otherExpand
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Experimental Research of Dynamic Strategic Decision Making with the Aid of an Online Simulator Module
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Social environments can be presented as complex systems that are continually changing their structures in a nonlinear fashion, resulting in changing payoffs and the policies that are available. Expand
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