Triadic Coercion : Israel’S Targeting of States That Host Nonstate Actors   - Pearlman, Wendy

Triadic Coercion : Israel’S Targeting of States That Host Nonstate Actors

Wendy Pearlman

Yayınevi: Columbia University Press

Yayın tarihi: 10/2019

ISBN: 9780231171854

Yazar : Boaz Atzili

İngilizce | 384 Sayfa | 15,20 x 22,50 x 4,00 cm.

Tür: Politika - Dünya

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This seminal work will prove invaluable to area specialists and to those interested in international and comparative politics generally. Highly recommended. (Choice)

An important contribution to the literature on counterterrorism. (Perspectives on Terrorism)

Both policy makers and scholars talk a lot about deterring state sponsors of terrorism, but until now we have lacked a serious study of the topic. With theoretical sophistication and careful empirical research, Pearlman and Atzili show that this approach can work, but paradoxically only if the host regime being targeted is strong. This is a major contribution to understanding an important topic. (Robert Jervis, Adlai E. Stevenson Professor of International Politics, Columbia University)

Two accomplished political scientists tackle an issue that has received little attention in the literature: dealing with nonstate actors by targeting their hosts. They find that Israel tends to adopt this strategy far more than Turkey and India, despite its mixed results, particularly when regimes of targeted states are weak. They persuasively attribute this to 'strategic culture' which often trumps sound decisions. A thoughtful and informative contribution. (Shibley Telhami, Anwar Sadat Professor for Peace and Development, University of Maryland)

Triadic Coercion will serve as a milestone in international relations theory and especially in the realms of deterrence and coercion theories. Pearlman and Atzili's book makes a significant contribution to the literature on asymmetrical conflicts and counterinsurgencies and to literature on the conflicts between Israel and its neighbors. (Ami Pedahzur, University of Texas at Austin)

A valuable scholarly contribution. . . . It would be wise for policy makers and analysts to pick up a copy of Triadic Coercion to learn what conditions are necessary for deterring state-sponsored terrorism, and what are self-defeating. (Hari Prasad South Asian Voices)

It offers the most sophisticated analysis of triadic coercion to date, going above and beyond the one-dimensional approaches that have traditionally characterized Israeli policy. (Rob Geist Pinfold Israel Studies Review)

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