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Coalitions of convenience

Sarah E. Kreps

Coalitions of convenience

United States interventions after the Cold War

by Sarah E. Kreps

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Published by Oxford University Press in Oxford, New York .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

StatementSarah E. Kreps
Classifications
LC ClassificationsE840 .K74 2010
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24566191M
ISBN 100199753792, 0199753806
ISBN 109780199753796, 9780199753802
LC Control Number2010009170

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It shows that even powerful states have incentives to intervene multilaterally. Coalitions and international organization blessing confer legitimacy and provide ways to share what are often costly burdens of : Sarah E.

Kreps. In Coalitions of Convenience, a comprehensive study of US military interventions in the post-Cold War era, Sarah Kreps shows that contrary to conventional wisdom, even superpowers have strong incentives to intervene multilaterally: coalitions confer legitimacy and provide ways to share the costly burdens of war.

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Coalitions and international organization blessing confer legitimacy and. A systematic account of how multilateral coalitions function, Coalitions of Convenience also considers the broader effects of power on international institutions and what the rise of China may mean for international cooperation and conflict.

Coalitions of Convenience: United States Military Interventions After the Cold War (Paperback). Coalitions of Convenience, Periods of Polarization is part two of “U.S. Politics: A Brief Guide for Organizers,” a three part series from historian and organizer Van Gosse for Organizing Upgrade.

The major political parties in the U.S. have usually been coalitions of convenience, united more Coalitions of convenience book habit and ancestral regional and ethnocultural loyalties than coherent ideologies. Preventing political coalitions of convenience Anmolam Farheen Ahmad Novem IST E-BOOK Subscription Start your trial Latest News Today's Paper ePaper.

In Coalitions of Convenience, Sarah E. Kreps shows that even powerful states have incentives to intervene multilaterally. Coalitions and international organization blessing confer legitimacy and provide ways to share what are often costly burdens of war.

In Coalitions of Convenience, Sarah E. Kreps answers these questions through a study of US interventions after the post-Cold War. She shows that even powerful states have incentives to intervene multilaterally.

Coalitions and international organization blessing confer legitimacy and provide ways to share what are often costly burdens of : Sarah E. Kreps. PDF | On Aug 1,Patrick A. Mello and others published Coalitions of Convenience: United States Military Interventions after the Cold War by Sarah E.

Kreps | Find, read and cite all the. Sarah E. Kreps, Coalitions of Convenience: United States Military Interventions after the Cold War Article (PDF Available) in Intelligence & National Security 29(5) September with 59 Reads. COALITIONS OF CONVENIENCE: United States Interventions after the Cold War.

Sarah E. Coalitions of convenience book, Oxford University Press, New York,pages, $   But at the same time, coalitions of convenience tend to more likely be corrupt and spend more money than those that are ideological because everyone has got a hand in the pot.

"This topical book, written by two eminent journalists, convincingly argues against two commonly held beliefs concerning Indian politics. Their basic premise is that India has come a long way from the time when a single party, the Congress, dominated our polity. Instead, it has given way to multi-party configurations or coalitions which, they demonstrate, are neither temporary nor an 3/5(1).

Contents1 Introduction by Henry R. Nau, Elliott School of International Affairs, The George Washington University2 Review by Stephen G. Brooks, Dartmouth College3 Review by Patricia L. Sullivan, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill4 Review by Alexander Thompson, Ohio State University5 Review by Dominic Tierney, Swarthmore College6 Author’s Response by Sarah E.

Kreps. Win-Win Negotiation Techniques – Leveraging Coalitions at the Bargaining Table. As a member of a coalition, you can harness the resources you need to face a tough opponent.

In certain situations, negotiators are unqualified to bargain on their own behalf. a book sale, or a corporate merger. A negotiating coalition takes the “Don’t go. Publications Books. Ignite. Getting Your Community Coalition “Fired Up” for Change.

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This week, I read Coalitions of Convenience by Sarah Kreps, a political science ("government" as it were) professor at Cornell University. You can check it out here or read below. For those not in the mood to click on the link above, a couple minor explanations should be in order: Ease of Reading and Educational Content are ratings from 1 to The higher the former, the easier the book.

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The Politics of Military Coalitions introduces newly collected data designed to answer these very questions, displaying that coalitions – pricey to assemble nevertheless partaking from a military standpoint – are pretty typically additional (if sometimes a lot much less) than the sum of their parts, at events encouraging wrestle whereas.

Indeed, an anti-ISIS coalition of more diverse interests is stronger down the road than a united one that just rubber-stamps whatever we want.

Such diversity also imposes more constraints, prevents mission creep, and lends greater legitimacy to our missions, as Cornell Universitys Sarah Kreps points out in her book, Coalitions of Convenience. Kreps S. Coalitions of Convenience: United States Military Interventions after the Cold War.

Oxford University Press, Oxford,£/$, ISBN: Cited by: 1. nic coalitions of convenience and commitment and, thus, ethnic parties. The paper further states that the country’s post political environment is a by-product of the omnipres. Coalitions of Convenience seeks to expand our understanding of coalition formation by exploring when states that could fight alone seek to form coalitions and what type of coalition will form under varying conditions.

Using the nature of the threat faced by a state and the time horizon for dealing with the threat, Kreps creates a tight and Cited by: 2. DEVELOPING EFFECTIVE COALITIONS: An Eight Step Guide Although the examples given in this paper are specific to injury prevention coalitions, most can be applied to coalitions working on a variety of health-related issues.

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The book does not focus so much on parliamentary business and the nature of opposition or lack of opposition in the case of Ed Miliband, it is primarily focused on the behind the scenes work done at Whitehall but there are some extracts describing the views of David Cameron and Nick Clegg in regards to the Labour leader.

The book starts off /5(60). Coalitions of commitment are also formed primarily to form a government, but are more compatible than those of convenience in policy space, and thus contribute to ethnic compromise.

In this way, alliances are bargained prior to the election; partners are determined ex ante on the basis of policy bargains, in addition to expectations of.

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Two prominent theories of community coalitions are the Community Coalition Action Theory and Empowerment Theory. These theory-based frameworks illustrate the different stages of community coalition formation and the dimensions and factors that can facilitate and impede a community coalition’s ability to address its goals.

Coalition, in politics and international relations, a group of actors that coordinate their behaviour in a limited and temporary fashion to achieve a common goal. As a form of goal-oriented political cooperation, a coalition can be contrasted with an alliance and a network. An alliance suggests a robust partnership of at least medium-term duration, as compared with the more fleeting coalition.

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This checklist is an extract from Coalitions: A Guide for Political Parties. The full guide includes practical advice and tips from experienced politicians, worksheets and case studies.

The National Endowment for Democracy generously provided funding for the publication. Contact us for a full copy of the guide. BibTeX @INPROCEEDINGS{Elischer)“ethnic, author = {Sebastian Elischer}, title = {) “Ethnic Coalitions of Convenience and Commitment: Political Parties and Party Systems in Kenya”.

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