The utility of Jakobsen's ideal policy as a strategy of coercive diplomacy to prevent states attaining nuclear weapons

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Baillie, Robbie W.;
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Jakobsen’s ideal policy is a strategy of coercive diplomacy that comprises of a credible threat of force to defeat the opponent or deny him his objectives quickly with little cost, a deadline for compliance, an assurance to the adversary against future demands and an of... View more
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