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Alexander L. George

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Who is Alexander L. George?

Alexander L. George was an American behavioral scientist. He was the Graham H. Stuart Professor of Political Science Emeritus at Stanford University.

  • also known as Alexander George
  • born on (95 years ago) in Chicago
  • nationality: United States of America
  • profession: Political scientist
  • died on (9 years ago) in Seattle
  • written works: "Force and Statecraft", "On Foreign Policy", "Propaganda analysis", "Managing U.S.-Soviet rivalry", "Presidential decisionmaking in foreign policy", "The limits of coercive diplomacy", "Avoiding War", "Towards a Soviet-American Crisis Prevention Regims", "The Chinese Communist Army in action", "Woodrow Wilson and Colonel House", "Forceful Persuasion", "Inadvertent War in Europe", "Deterrence in American Foreign Policy: Theory and Practice", "Presidential personality and performance", "U.S. - Soviet Security Cooperation"
  • award: - Bancroft Prize - "Deterrence in American Foreign Policy: Theory and Practice", with Richard Smoke

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Google previewHistorical Dictionary of Laos (2008)

by Martin Stuart-Fox

” In Alexander L. George, David K. Hall, and William R. Simons, Limits of Coercive ...

Google previewHistorical Dictionary of Arms Control and Disarmament (2005)

by Jeffrey Arthur Larsen, Dr. James M. Smith

Alexander L. George, U.S. -Soviet Security Cooperation: Achievements, Failures, Lessons (New York: Oxford University Press, 1988); Kerry M. Kartchner, Negotiating START: Strategic Arms Reduction Talks and the Quest for Strategic ...

Google previewHistorical Dictionary of the 1970s (1999)

by James Stuart Olson

873-87; Alexander L. George and Richard Smoke ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of United States National Security (2005)

by Richard J. Samuels

Political scientist Alexander L. George offered a restrictive definition of coercive diplomacy: “efforts to persuade an opponent to stop or reverse an action.” George conceded that this definition only covers defensive uses of coercive diplomacy; ...

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