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Punishing the Prince : a Theory of Interstate Relations, Political Institutions, and Leader Change

Author: Fiona McGillivray; Alastair Smith
Publisher: Princeton, NJ : Princeton University Press, [2018] ©2008
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : Government publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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When the United States invaded Iraq, President Bush made it clear: the U.S. was not fighting the Iraqi people. Rather, all quarrels were solely with Iraq's leadership. This kind of assertion remains frequent in foreign affairs--sanctions or military actions are imposed on a nation not because of its people, but because of its misguided leaders. Although the distinction might seem pedantic since the people suffer  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Government publication, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Fiona McGillivray; Alastair Smith
ISBN: 9780691190372 0691190372
OCLC Number: 1076409737
Language Note: In English.
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: Frontmatter --
Contents --
List of Illustrations --
List of Tables --
Preface --
Chapter 1. We Have No Quarrel with the People --
Chapter 2. A Theory of Leader Specific Punishments --
Chapter 3. Political Institutions, Policy Variability, and the Survival of Leaders --
Chapter 4. Leader Specific Strategies in Human Subject Experiments --
Chapter 5. International Trade, Institutions, and Leader Change --
Chapter 6. Putting the Sovereign Back into Sovereign Debt --
Chapter 7. Conflictual Interactions --
Chapter 8. Positive Political Theory and Policy --
Bibliography --
Index
Responsibility: Fiona McGillivray, Alastair Smith.
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When the United States invaded Iraq, President Bush made it clear: the U.S. was not fighting the Iraqi people. Rather, all quarrels were solely with Iraq's leadership. This kind of assertion remains frequent in foreign affairs--sanctions or military actions are imposed on a nation not because of its people, but because of its misguided leaders. Although the distinction might seem pedantic since the people suffer regardless, Punishing the Prince reveals how targeting individual leaders for punishment rather than the nations they represent creates incentives for cooperation between nations and leaves room for future relations with pariah states. Punishing the Prince demonstrates that theories of leader punishment explain a great deal about international behavior and interstate relations. The book examines the impact that domestic political institutions have on whether citizens hold their leaders accountable for international commitments and shows that the degrees to which citizens are able to remove leaders shape the dynamics of interstate relations and leader turnover. Through analyses of sovereign debt, international trade, sanctions, and crisis bargaining, Fiona McGillivray and Alastair Smith also uncover striking differences in patterns of relations between democratic and autocratic states. Bringing together a vast body of information, Punishing the Prince offers new ways of thinking about international relations.

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