Classic Readings p. 437- 45 The Rights of War and Peace By Hugo Grotius The person holding the sovereign power carries on public war. Persons without authority of the state carry on private war. Both carry out mixed war.
Classic Readings p. 437- 45 The Manipulation of Risk by Thomas C. Schelling If threats were fully believable, we would live in a safe world. 438 What one does today in a crisis affects what one can do tomorrow. Particularly in the relations between t
International Politics p.141-148 The Four Functions of Force by Robert J. Art Concerned about the uses and limits of military power, intended as a backdrop for policy debates, not prescription for specific plicies. Limits of military power Descriptiv
International Politics p. 149-162 The Diplomacy of Violence by Thomas C. Schelling Diplomacy is bargaining. There must be a common interest. With enough military force, a country may not need to bargain. Military force can be used to hurt, in other w
International Politics p. 163-177 Coercive Diplomacy by Robert J. Art Coercive diplomacy is forceful persuasion to get a target to change its objectionable behavior by either peaceful or the use of limited force. Coercive diplomacy may include the tr