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Contemporary Security Studies

Projekt

  • Jakobsen, Peter Viggo (Projektdeltager)
  • Collins, Alan , Swansea University, Storbritannien (Projektleder, faglig)
Lærebog i sikkerheds studier som udgives af Oxford University Press.
Det er 5. udgave og jeg skal bidrage med en revideret udgave af et kapitel om coercive diplomacy som krise- og konfliktstyringsinstrument

Mit kapitelbidrag: Coercive Diplomacy: Countering War-Threatening Crimes and Armed Conflicts

Nowadays states rarely resort to war to defeat each other or to address war-threatening crises and armed conflicts. Instead, coercive diplomacy has emerged as their strategy of choice when persuasion and other non-military instruments fall short. Coercive diplomacy involves the use of military threats and/or limited force (sticks) coupled with inducements and assurances (carrots) in order to influence the opponent to do something it would prefer not to. States use coercive diplomacy in the hope of achieving their objectives without having to resort to full-scale war. This chapter presents the strategy of coercive diplomacy and its requirements for success and shows how states have employed it to manage crises and conflicts during the three strategic eras that the world has passed through since the end of the Cold War.

Output: Kapitel bidrag til lærebog udgivet af Oxford University Press
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Formidling: forskningsresultaterne vil løbende blive formidlet i til medier og den brede offentlighed i forskellige former som medieinterviews, aviskronikker, policy briefs, artikler i Ræson og lignende udgivelser

Undervisning: resultaterne vil blive anvendt i strategifagene på Master i Militære Studier og diplomuddannelserne.
StatusIgangværende
Periode13/03/201701/06/2018
URLhttps://global.oup.com/academic/product/contemporary-security-studies-9780198708315?cc=dk&lang=en&
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