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Brinkmanship , foreign policy practice in which one or both parties force the interaction between them to the threshold of confrontation in order to gain an advantageous negotiation position over the other. The technique is characterized by aggressive risk-taking policy choices that court potential disaster.
“A Policy of Boldness”
John Foster Dulles served as Dwight D. Dulles had decades of foreign policy experience before joining the Eisenhower administration. As a young man he served as an economic advisor during the Paris Peace Proceedings in An attorney during the interwar years, Dulles specialized in issues of international law, business, and finance. Firmly anti-communist, he supported early U. Cold War policies, including the Marshall Plan Document 3. The New Look rejected some of the premises of NSC 68, the foundational security policy of the Truman administration starting in Document 6.
Brinkmanship also brinksmanship is the practice of trying to achieve an advantageous outcome by pushing dangerous events to the brink of active conflict. It occurs in international politics , foreign policy , labor relations , and in contemporary settings military strategy involving the threat of nuclear weapons , and high-stakes litigation. This maneuver of pushing a situation with the opponent to the brink succeeds by forcing the opponent to back down and make concessions. This might be achieved through diplomatic maneuvers by creating the impression that one is willing to use extreme methods rather than concede. Dulles sought to deter aggression by the Soviet Union by warning that the cost might be massive retaliation against Soviet targets. Brinkmanship is the ostensible escalation of threats to achieve one's aims.
“A Policy of Boldness”
Dwight D. Eisenhower brought a "New Look" to U. The main elements of the New Look were: 1 maintaining the vitality of the U. Eisenhower's defense policies, which aimed at providing "more bang for the buck," cut spending on conventional forces while increasing the budget for the Air Force and for nuclear weapons. Even though national security spending remained high—it never fell below 50 percent of the budget during Eisenhower's presidency—Eisenhower did balance three of the eight federal budgets while he was in the White House. Nuclear weapons played a controversial role in some of Eisenhower's diplomatic initiatives, including the President's effort to end the Korean War.
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John Foster Dulles: moralism and anti-communism
As Dwight D. This collection of essays, representing the first archivally based reassessment of Dulles's diplomacy, examines his role during one of the most critical periods of modern history. Rejecting familiar Cold War stereotypes, this volume reveals the hidden complexities in Dulles's conduct of foreign policy and in his own personality. Immerman, R. Princeton University Press.
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Этот враждебный мир заполняли рабочие мостки, фреоновые трубки и пропасть глубиной 136 футов, на дне которой располагались генераторы питания ТРАНСТЕКСТА… Чатрукьяну страшно не хотелось погружаться в этот мир, да и вставать на пути Стратмора было далеко не безопасно, но долг есть долг. Завтра они скажут мне спасибо, - подумал он, так и не решив, правильно ли поступает. Набрав полные легкие воздуха, Чатрукьян открыл металлический шкафчик старшего сотрудника лаборатории систем безопасности. На полке с компьютерными деталями, спрятанными за накопителем носителей информации, лежала кружка выпускника Стэнфордского университета и тестер.