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Negotiations on the French Withdrawal from NATO
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written by Mark G. McDonough, fl. 1988 and M. John Harrison, 1945-, in Institute for the Study of Diplomacy Case Study Program, Case 119 (District of Columbia: Georgetown University. School of Foreign Service. Institute for the Study of Diplomacy, 1988), 21 page(s)
This case study describes the negotiations accompanying the process of France’s withdrawal from the North Atlantic Treaty Organization’s integrated military system, including the expulsion of NATO units from French soil. It focuses on negotiations among allies who retain common political security interests, de...
written by Mark G. McDonough, fl. 1988 and M. John Harrison, 1945-, in Institute for the Study of Diplomacy Case Study Program, Case 119 (District of Columbia: Georgetown University. School of Foreign Service. Institute for the Study of Diplomacy, 1988), 21 page(s)
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The Second Berlin Crisis, 1958-1959
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written by Jack Snyder, 1951- and Kim Ian Moermond, fl. 1988, in Institute for the Study of Diplomacy Case Study Program, Case 142 (District of Columbia: Georgetown University. School of Foreign Service. Institute for the Study of Diplomacy, 1988), 22 page(s)
Twice during the postwar period, the West countered Soviet threats against Berlin—a fact that makes these episodes perfect material for case studies of crisis diplomacy. The second clash, the subject of this case study, began in 1958, when Soviet General Secretary Nikita Khrushchev renounced the agreements his g...
written by Jack Snyder, 1951- and Kim Ian Moermond, fl. 1988, in Institute for the Study of Diplomacy Case Study Program, Case 142 (District of Columbia: Georgetown University. School of Foreign Service. Institute for the Study of Diplomacy, 1988), 22 page(s)
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The Suez Crisis, 1956
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written by Michael G. Fry, 1934-, in Institute for the Study of Diplomacy Case Study Program, Case 145 (District of Columbia: Georgetown University. School of Foreign Service. Institute for the Study of Diplomacy, 1989), 32 page(s)
Egyptian President Gamal Abd al-Nasser precipitated an international crisis when, on July 26, 1956, he announced his decision to nationalize the Suez Canal. However, through the implementation of a cease-fire by Israel, Britain, and France, the crisis ended on November 7 of that year. This case study is well-suite...
written by Michael G. Fry, 1934-, in Institute for the Study of Diplomacy Case Study Program, Case 145 (District of Columbia: Georgetown University. School of Foreign Service. Institute for the Study of Diplomacy, 1989), 32 page(s)
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Deciding Germany's Future, 1943-1945
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written by David S. Painter, 1948-, in Institute for the Study of Diplomacy Case Study Program, Case 147 (District of Columbia: Georgetown University. School of Foreign Service. Institute for the Study of Diplomacy, 1989), 21 page(s)
Throughout World War II, Great Britain, the Soviet Union, and the United States discussed a wide variety of proposals for dealing with Germany after the war. This case study focuses on the Allies’ exchanges on that subject between 1943 and the 1945 Potsdam Conference. Their deliberations offer important insights...
written by David S. Painter, 1948-, in Institute for the Study of Diplomacy Case Study Program, Case 147 (District of Columbia: Georgetown University. School of Foreign Service. Institute for the Study of Diplomacy, 1989), 21 page(s)
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Ethics and Emigration: The East German Exodus
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written by Thomas M. Magstadt, fl. 1990, in Institute for the Study of Diplomacy Case Study Program, Case 152 (District of Columbia: Georgetown University. School of Foreign Service. Institute for the Study of Diplomacy, 1990, originally published 1990), 14 page(s)
In the fall of 1989, thousands of East Germans defied Prime Minister Erich Honecker and his regime’s ban on unauthorized departure from the German Democratic Republic and escaping to West Germany through Hungary, Poland, and Czechoslovakia. This case study, created for the Carnegie Council on Ethics and Internat...
written by Thomas M. Magstadt, fl. 1990, in Institute for the Study of Diplomacy Case Study Program, Case 152 (District of Columbia: Georgetown University. School of Foreign Service. Institute for the Study of Diplomacy, 1990, originally published 1990), 14 page(s)
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The United States and the Law of the Sea Treaty
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written by Peter Digeser, 1958- and Steven R. David, 1951-, in Institute for the Study of Diplomacy Case Study Program, Case 153 (District of Columbia: Georgetown University. School of Foreign Service. Institute for the Study of Diplomacy, 1990), 20 page(s)
This case study traces the U.S. role in the lengthy negotiations on codification of the U.N. Convention on the Law of the Sea. It begins with the Nixon administration’s 1970 decision to submit its own proposal to the U.N. Seabed Committee, and then analyzes the evolution of Washington’s strategy during the var...
written by Peter Digeser, 1958- and Steven R. David, 1951-, in Institute for the Study of Diplomacy Case Study Program, Case 153 (District of Columbia: Georgetown University. School of Foreign Service. Institute for the Study of Diplomacy, 1990), 20 page(s)
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Doing Business in South Africa: Seeking Ethical Parameters for Business and Government Responsibilities
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written by John M. Kline, 1947-, in Institute for the Study of Diplomacy Case Study Program, Case 162 (District of Columbia: Georgetown University. School of Foreign Service. Institute for the Study of Diplomacy, 1991), 17 page(s)
During the 1980s, there was deep public debate in the U.S. over whether to keep doing business in South Africa. This case study, created for the Carnegie Council on Ethics and International Affairs, asks students to decide whether today’s ever more powerful multinational corporations incur additional ethical res...
written by John M. Kline, 1947-, in Institute for the Study of Diplomacy Case Study Program, Case 162 (District of Columbia: Georgetown University. School of Foreign Service. Institute for the Study of Diplomacy, 1991), 17 page(s)
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The Negotiations Leading to the 1987 Montreal Protocol on Substances that Deplete the Ozone Layer
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written by Allan E. Goodman, 1944-, in Institute for the Study of Diplomacy Case Study Program, Case 176 (District of Columbia: Georgetown University. School of Foreign Service. Institute for the Study of Diplomacy, 1992), 19 page(s)
This case study examines the international negotiations leading to the 1987 Montreal Protocol, designed to control and reduce emissions of chlorofluorocarbons. The 1985 discovery of a growing hole in the ozone layer over Antarctica prompted the Reagan administration to intensify discussions with domestic economic...
written by Allan E. Goodman, 1944-, in Institute for the Study of Diplomacy Case Study Program, Case 176 (District of Columbia: Georgetown University. School of Foreign Service. Institute for the Study of Diplomacy, 1992), 19 page(s)
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United States-Canadian Negotiations for Acid Rain Controls
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written by Terry Forrest Young, fl. 1993 and Vicki Golich, fl. 1993, in Institute for the Study of Diplomacy Case Study Program, Case 186 (District of Columbia: Georgetown University. School of Foreign Service. Institute for the Study of Diplomacy, 1993), 37 page(s)
This case study uses the U.S.-Canada acid rain dispute of the 1980s to draw important lessons for students, scholars, and practitioners of international relations. It explains factors common to most international conflicts, such as an asymmetrical distribution of effects, the asymmetrical distribution of power, th...
written by Terry Forrest Young, fl. 1993 and Vicki Golich, fl. 1993, in Institute for the Study of Diplomacy Case Study Program, Case 186 (District of Columbia: Georgetown University. School of Foreign Service. Institute for the Study of Diplomacy, 1993), 37 page(s)
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Lessening Political Violence in South Africa: The CODESA Decision
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written by Daniel R. Kempton, fl. 2005, in Institute for the Study of Diplomacy Case Study Program, Case 195 (District of Columbia: Georgetown University. School of Foreign Service. Institute for the Study of Diplomacy, 1994), 20 page(s)
In December 1991, after more than 300 years of conflict, representatives of all South Africa’s racial groups began negotiating a peaceful transition to a nonracial democracy. The Convention for a Democratic South Africa (CODESA) set out to develop basic principles for a non-racial political system, and an interi...
written by Daniel R. Kempton, fl. 2005, in Institute for the Study of Diplomacy Case Study Program, Case 195 (District of Columbia: Georgetown University. School of Foreign Service. Institute for the Study of Diplomacy, 1994), 20 page(s)
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