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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by Martin Stuart-Fox
” In Alexander L. George, David K. Hall, and William R. Simons, Limits of Coercive ...
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 ...
by James Stuart Olson
873-87; Alexander L. George and Richard Smoke ...
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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