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Coercive Cooperation
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FiguresTablesPreface1Introduction3The Study of Economic Sanctions4The Study of International Cooperation7Methodology10Pt. 1Theory and Data132Model and Hypotheses15A Model of Economic Sanctions16Identifying Cooperation Problems25What Explains Cooperation?31Bandwagoning403Measuring Cooperation and Explanatory Variables46Measurement and Description: The Dependent Variable46Measurement and Description: Explanatory Variables544Estimating Models of Cooperation61Regression Analysis62Ordered-Probit Analysis67Event-Count Analysis74The Effect of Declining Hegemony86Pt. 2Case Studies935Human Rights in Latin America: Explaining Unilateral U.S. Sanctions99Congress versus the President: U.S. Human-Rights Policy, 1973-76101The Carter Administration106Economic Sanctions and the Multilateral Development Banks111Attitudes and Responses to U.S. Human-Rights Sanctions119Pinochet's Chile: U.S. Leadership or Resistance?1246The Falkland Islands Conflict131The Falklands Crisis, 1982132The Falklands and the European Community138Sanctions and War: The Case of Ireland153Responses of the United States, Latin America, and Others1597Western Technology-Export Controls169American, European, and Japanese Views on East-West Technology Transfer171Institutional Coordination of Export Controls: CoCom185Responding to the Soviet Invasion of Afghanistan, 1980191Responding to Dissident Trials, 19781988The Polish Crisis and Gas-Pipeline Sanctions204Martial Law in Poland and the Siberian Gas Pipeline206The Effect of Declining Hegemony225Siberian Gas and European Preferences228The Grain Embargo: Why It Mattered2349Conclusion241Explaining International Cooperation on Economic Sanctions241Additional Findings247Implications for Theories of International Cooperation and Economic Sanctions248Notes253Bibliography277Index293

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Lisa L. Martin is Associate Professor of Political Science at Harvard University.

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"As Martin acknowledges at the end of her fine scholarly book--a sophisticated conceptual approach matched to a well-articulated argument--more study needs to be given to the actual politics and to the psychology of international sanctions."--Alan K. Henrickson, Harvard International Review "A major theoretical and substantive contribution to the study of international cooperation and the imposition of economic sanctions."--Choice "A major theoretical and substantive contribution to the study of international cooperation and the imposition of economic sanctions."--Choice

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