Notes on class # 6

Notes on class # 6 - Intelligence: how much a country knows...

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Bargaining over War James D Fervon. The size of the bargaining range does not tell us whether war probability increases or decreases Private information about probability of victory and cost of war is necessary to decide whethere there is or there is no war. 1. Vaariation is causes because of: - Arm race - Economic growth -
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Unformatted text preview: Intelligence: how much a country knows about another country-The model leads you to a coherent set of explainations 2. Problem of commitment The prisoners dilemma offers a way to establish this conflict between states. Splendid first strike: I take everything Secure Second Strike: I have enough to survive...
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This note was uploaded on 11/29/2010 for the course IR 109 taught by Professor Heinz during the Spring '10 term at Rochester.

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