The Dynamics of Coercion: American Foreign Policy and the Limits of Military Might
This book examines how the United States does, and should, use limited military force and other means of influencing adversaries and potential adversaries. It reviews when limited force can, and cannot, work. It examines a range of current challenges, including those of guerrilla groups, minor powers (e.g. Iraq) armed with nuclear, chemical, or biological weapons. It also looks at the complications arising from domestic politics and the difficulties of using force in an alliance.
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The theory of coercion
key analytic concepts
The path ahead
Commonly used mechanisms
Limits imposed by coalitions
Coalitions and adversary countercoercion
Humanitarian coercion and nonstate actors
Humanitarian intervention and coercion
The decision to intervene
Common tasks during a humanitarian intervention
Constraints on humanitarian coercion
Invasions and land grabs
The threat of nuclear attack
Sanctions and international isolation
Support for an insurgency
THE CONTEXT OF COERCION TODAY
Domestic politics and coercion
US casualty sensitivity
Sensitivity to adversary civilian suffering
US political constraints and adversary countercoercion
The asymmetry of constraints
Coercion and coalitions
The challenge of nonstate adversaries
Nonstate actors and countercoercion
Weapons of mass destruction and US coercion
Understanding the danger
WMD and escalation dominance
how WMD use affects coercion
Implications for coercive contests
THE FUTURE OF US COERCION
Challenges to strategy making
Why policy makers and analysts disagree
Coercion dynamics and credibility traps
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