Unformatted text preview: during the Cold War by helping them analyze Soviet deceptions. * Morgenstern’s ideas that “THE BEST HAND NEED NOT WIN,” and that winners “rely on their ability to perceive opportunities offered by each chan-ging situation, and on artful deception through bluffing” have been shown to have great influence on international relations. * The primary motivator of Game Theory is self-interest. * The best players in international relations use deception, misrepresenta-tion, and trickery to achieve their goals. * The author of the article believes that North Korea may be employing de-ception or ‘bluffing’ in continuing their nuclear weapons program....
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This note was uploaded on 08/26/2010 for the course POLI 244 taught by Professor Saideman during the Fall '07 term at McGill.
- Fall '07
- International Relations