The Politics of Diplomacy, Revolution: War and Peace, 1989-1992

  title={The Politics of Diplomacy, Revolution: War and Peace, 1989-1992},
  author={Geoff K. Watson and James A. Baker},
  journal={International Journal},
Buying Votes and International Organizations: The Dirty Work-Hypothesis
We show how major shareholders can exploit their power over international organizations to hide their foreign-policy interventions from domestic audiences. We argue that major powers exert influenceExpand
The Demise of the Soviet Bloc
IN THE MID-1980s, JUST BEFORE MIKHAIL GORBACHEV became General Secretary of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union (CPSU), the East–West divide in Europe seemed as stark as ever. Both the WarsawExpand
Outside Options and the Logic of Security Council Action
I examine if and how a superpower can use its asymmetric power to achieve favorable outcomes in multilateral bargaining between states that have conflicting interests and veto power. Using aExpand
Are Belligerent Reprisals against Civilians Legal?
I enjoyed reading the thoughtful article by Scott Sagan and Allen Weiner.1 Yet, I write to point out some oaws in Sagan and Weiner’s assertion that the prohibition on civilian reprisals in the 1977Expand
Caught Red-Handed: How States Wield Proof to Coerce Wrongdoers
Abstract States frequently acquire proof of other states' norm violations, from nuclear proliferation to harboring terrorists to interfering in elections. Existing theories do not fully explain howExpand
Making Sense of Human Rights Diplomacy: Evidence from a US Campaign to Free Political Prisoners
Scholarship on human rights diplomacy (HRD)—efforts by government officials to engage publicly and privately with their foreign counterparts—often focuses on actions taken to “name and shame”Expand
US-Syria relations in the shadow of Cold War and détente
Abstract This article examines the course of US-Syrian relations since the Six Day War of 1967 and it demonstrates how they began deteriorating as the Cold War between the superpowers intensified.Expand
Where You Sit is Where You Stand: Table Arrangement Battles in Middle East Peace Conferences
This article analyzes one procedural prenegotiation issue that may seem minor in comparison to the substantive questions at hand, but can become consequential regarding its impact on the negotiationExpand
A tale of three French interventions: Intervention entrepreneurs and institutional intervention choices
ABSTRACT What factors explain the institutional shape of military interventions spearheaded by France? This article suggests that Intervention Entrepreneurs are the deciding agents. To secure theExpand
Countering Violent Extremism
Contributing Authors: Ziad Alahdad, Latefa Belarouci, Cheryl Benard, Curt Braddock, William Casebeer, Steve Corman, Paul Davis, Karl DeRouen, Diane DiEuliis, Evelyn Early, Mehreen Farooq, DipakExpand