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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 Russo-Japanese Alliance of 1916
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written by Peter Berton, 1922-2014, in Institute for the Study of Diplomacy Case Study Program, Case 124 (District of Columbia: Georgetown University. School of Foreign Service. Institute for the Study of Diplomacy, 1988), 30 page(s)
This case study examines the complex negotiations between Japan and Russia during World War I, which culminated in a treaty of alliance in July 1916. It also demonstrates how reversal of traditional enmity works and how alignments often change in the pursuit of the same goals. This study will contribute to an unde...
written by Peter Berton, 1922-2014, in Institute for the Study of Diplomacy Case Study Program, Case 124 (District of Columbia: Georgetown University. School of Foreign Service. Institute for the Study of Diplomacy, 1988), 30 page(s)
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The Cuban Missile Crisis: US Deliberations and Negotiations at the Edge of the Precipice
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written by Gabrielle S. Brussel, fl. 1988, in Institute for the Study of Diplomacy Case Study Program, Case 129 (District of Columbia: Georgetown University. School of Foreign Service. Institute for the Study of Diplomacy, 1988), 36 page(s)
This case study analyzes U.S.-Soviet negotiations during the 1962 Cuban Missile Crisis, focusing on the processes involved and the bureaucratic reactions of the two governments. It concentrates on U.S. decision-making during the closed deliberations of a group that advised President John F. Kennedy, the Executive...
written by Gabrielle S. Brussel, fl. 1988, in Institute for the Study of Diplomacy Case Study Program, Case 129 (District of Columbia: Georgetown University. School of Foreign Service. Institute for the Study of Diplomacy, 1988), 36 page(s)
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The Reagan Administration and Lebanon
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written by Richard N. Haass, 1951- and David M. Kennedy, 1941-, in Institute for the Study of Diplomacy Case Study Program, Case 133 (District of Columbia: Georgetown University. School of Foreign Service. Institute for the Study of Diplomacy, 1988), 22 page(s)
When Israel invaded Lebanon in June 1982, the United States became deeply involved. Different elements in the U.S. government were at odds over policy issues: the pace and direction the U.S.-brokered negotiations should take; whether to pressure Israel to moderate its demands; whether U.S. military power should bo...
written by Richard N. Haass, 1951- and David M. Kennedy, 1941-, in Institute for the Study of Diplomacy Case Study Program, Case 133 (District of Columbia: Georgetown University. School of Foreign Service. Institute for the Study of Diplomacy, 1988), 22 page(s)
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Beagle Channel Negotiations
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written by Thomas Princen, 1951-, in Institute for the Study of Diplomacy Case Study Program, Case 135 (District of Columbia: Georgetown University. School of Foreign Service. Institute for the Study of Diplomacy, 1988), 24 page(s)
This three-part case study explores a territorial dispute between Argentina and Chile over three small islands at the southern tip of South America. Part A provides background on the 19th-century origins of the dispute and then traces the arbitration efforts in 1972. Part B details further negotiation attempts as...
written by Thomas Princen, 1951-, in Institute for the Study of Diplomacy Case Study Program, Case 135 (District of Columbia: Georgetown University. School of Foreign Service. Institute for the Study of Diplomacy, 1988), 24 page(s)
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Should the Reagan Administration Have Signed the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea?
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written by Alberto Coll, fl. 1997, in Institute for the Study of Diplomacy Case Study Program, Case 136 (District of Columbia: Georgetown University. School of Foreign Service. Institute for the Study of Diplomacy, 1988), 13 page(s)
The Reagan administration in January 1981 faced a critical question of what to do about the draft U.N. Convention on the Law of the Sea. The treaty’s treatment of navigational issues seemed to meet many U.S. objectives, but it also asserted that the seabed’s mineral resources were the common heritage of mankin...
written by Alberto Coll, fl. 1997, in Institute for the Study of Diplomacy Case Study Program, Case 136 (District of Columbia: Georgetown University. School of Foreign Service. Institute for the Study of Diplomacy, 1988), 13 page(s)
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Negotiations Concerning the Falklands/Malvinas Dispute
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written by Gregory F. Treverton, 1947- and Don Lippincot, fl. 1988, in Institute for the Study of Diplomacy Case Study Program, Case 137 (District of Columbia: Georgetown University. School of Foreign Service. Institute for the Study of Diplomacy, 1988), 35 page(s)
On April 2, 1982, Argentine forces overran the Malvinas Islands, which the British call the Falklands, triggering a confrontation over possession of the South Atlantic territory. Part A of this case study presents a historical account of this dispute, from the late 17th century through the invasion. Part B recount...
written by Gregory F. Treverton, 1947- and Don Lippincot, fl. 1988, in Institute for the Study of Diplomacy Case Study Program, Case 137 (District of Columbia: Georgetown University. School of Foreign Service. Institute for the Study of Diplomacy, 1988), 35 page(s)
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The Geneva Conference of 1954: Indochina
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written by Sally G. Irvine, fl. 1988 and David S. Painter, 1948-, in Institute for the Study of Diplomacy Case Study Program, Case 138 (District of Columbia: Georgetown University. School of Foreign Service. Institute for the Study of Diplomacy, 1988), 21 page(s)
This two-part case study uses the Geneva Conference of 1954 on Indochina as a laboratory for studying the ability of great powers to use diplomacy to resolve regional disputes that have major international implications. It also provides material for examining the relationship between the goals and tactics of diplo...
written by Sally G. Irvine, fl. 1988 and David S. Painter, 1948-, in Institute for the Study of Diplomacy Case Study Program, Case 138 (District of Columbia: Georgetown University. School of Foreign Service. Institute for the Study of Diplomacy, 1988), 21 page(s)
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The German Question and the Cold War
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written by David S. Painter, 1948-, in Institute for the Study of Diplomacy Case Study Program, Case 139 (District of Columbia: Georgetown University. School of Foreign Service. Institute for the Study of Diplomacy, 1988), 22 page(s)
This case study is designed to highlight the link between two problems: the origins of the Cold War, and the resolution of the “German Question”: the belief that whoever controlled Germany could dominate the whole of Europe and tilt the global balance of power against its rival. Indeed, the country’s strateg...
written by David S. Painter, 1948-, in Institute for the Study of Diplomacy Case Study Program, Case 139 (District of Columbia: Georgetown University. School of Foreign Service. Institute for the Study of Diplomacy, 1988), 22 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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