Deterrence in American Foreign Policy: Theory and Practice

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Contents

Introduction
1
The Nature of Contemporary Deterrence Theory
9
Deterrence in History
11
Contemporary Deterrence Theory
38
The Normative Use of the Abstract Deterrence Model
58
The Empirical Study of Deterrence
88
Case Studies
105
The Berlin Blockade 1948
107
The Quemoy Crisis 1958
363
The Berlin Deadline Crisis 19581959
390
The Berlin AideMemoire Crisis 1961
414
The Cuban Missile Crisis 1962
447
Toward a Reformulation of Deterrence Theory
501
The Role of Theory in PolicyMaking
503
Initiation Theory and the Conditions
519
A Typology
534

The Outbreak of the Korean War
140
Chinese Communist Intervention in Korea
184
Korea and Indochina 19531954
235
The Taiwan Strait Crisis 19541955
266
The Hungarian Revolution 1956
295
Deterrence in the Middle East 19571958
309
Commitment Theory
550
Response Theory
567
From Deterrence to Influence in Theory and Practice
588
Theory for Policy in International Relations
616
Index
643
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