Economic Statecraft: New Edition

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Princeton University Press, 22.09.2020 г. - 496 страници
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A new edition of the classic work on the economic tools of foreign policy

Today's complex and dangerous world demands a complete understanding of all the techniques of statecraft, not just military ones. David Baldwin's Economic Statecraft presents an analytic framework for evaluating such techniques and uses it to challenge the notion that economic instruments of foreign policy do not work. Integrating insights from economics, political science, psychology, philosophy, history, law, and sociology, this bold and provocative book explains not only the utility of economic statecraft but also its morality, legality, and role in the history of international thought.

Economic Statecraft is a landmark work that has fundamentally redefined how nations evaluate crucial choices of war and peace. Now with a substantial new preface by the author and an afterword by esteemed foreign-policy expert Ethan Kapstein, this new edition introduces today's generation of readers to the principles and applications of economic statecraft.

 

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Introduction
1
What Is Economic Statecraft?
28
Thinking about Economic Statecraft
51
Economic Statecraft in International Thought
71
Bargaining with Economic Statecraft
98
National Power and Economic Statecraft
118
Classic Cases Reconsidered
150
Foreign Trade
214
Continuity and Change
391
UN Security Council sanctions decisions 19902017
400
Top exporting nations in 2016
413
Chinas outward and inward FDI during 20102016
419
Effects of Chinese sanctions on South Korean tourism
425
Bibliography
435
Index
455
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Foreign Aid
302

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David A. Baldwin is senior political scientist at the Princeton School of Public and International Affairs and the Ira D. Wallach Professor Emeritus of World Order Studies at Columbia University. His books include Power and International Relations (Princeton). Ethan B. Kapstein is Arizona Centennial Professor of International Affairs at the School of Public Affairs and Thunderbird School of Global Management at Arizona State University and codirector of the Empirical Studies of Conflict Project at Princeton University. His books include Economic Justice in an Unfair World (Princeton).

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