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The power to divide, wedge strategies in great power competition, Timothy W. Crawford.

Label
The power to divide, wedge strategies in great power competition, Timothy W. Crawford.
Language
eng
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Intended audience
Specialized
Literary Form
non fiction
Main title
The power to divide
Medium
electronic resource
Nature of contents
bibliographydictionaries
Oclc number
11763181001253314114
Responsibility statement
Timothy W. Crawford.
Series statement
Cornell studies in security affairsCornell scholarship online
Sub title
wedge strategies in great power competition
Summary
Timothy W. Crawford's 'The Power to Divide' examines the use of wedge strategies, a form of divisive statecraft designed to isolate adversaries from allies and potential supporters to gain key advantages
Table Of Contents
Introduction : The Power to Divide in Alliance Politics -- The Theory of Selective Accommodation -- Germany Fails to Detach Japan, 1914-17 -- Germany Keeps the United States Neutral, 1914-16 -- The Entente Fails to Keep Turkey Neutral, 1914 -- The Entente Realigns Italy, 1915 -- Britain and France Fail to Neutralize Italy, 1936-40 -- Germany Divides the USSR from Britain and France, 1939 -- Britain and the United States Neutralize Spain, 1940-41 -- Germany Fails to Realign Turkey, 1941 -- When Does Selective Accommodation Work? Claims and Case Comparisons -- Selective Accommodation in Great Power Competition and U.S. Grand Strategy
Target audience
specialized
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