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Brinkmanship

brink·man·ship (br ngk m n-sh p ) also brinks·man·ship (br ngks -). n.

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Introduction to International Relations Lecture 9: Brinkmanship
We now study alternative risk strategies, or brinkmanship.
A Theory of Brinkmanship, Conflicts, and Commitments∗
Dec 20, 2004 This 'brinkmanship strategy' allows a blackmailer . “shooting over the head” is a metaphor for the kind of brinkmanship we have in mind.
Japan FM Maehara's Brinkmanship with China and Russia
Japan FM Maehara's Brinkmanship with China and Russia. Akihiro Iwashita.
BRINKMANSHIP
ories and charges for segment bookings. BRINKMANSHIP. Travelport-AA stand- off has implications for all GDSs (and agents) and online reservation process.
A Brinkmanship Game Theory Model for Competitive Wireless

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Daniel Levy's game of transfer brinkmanship risks Spurs going south
Photograph: Glyn Kirk/AFP/Getty Images This is another of those summers when Daniel Levy, Tottenham Hotspur's combative chairman, may have confused football with a high-stakes poker marathon in which brinkmanship is the finest of all life's thrills.
Bernanke Slams Congress For Harming Economy With Debt Limit Brinkmanship
But he also ripped Congress for failing to do its part to combat unemployment with fiscal policy, and blamed brinkmanship over the debt limit for exacerbating the situation.
Qantas loses altitude due to brinkmanship
It is becoming increasingly obvious that this is a high-stakes - and high-risk - game of brinkmanship with the airline's heavily unionised workforce.
a bit of stability seen on spending
Magpies manager blames 'brinkmanship'
“I think there is a little bit of brinkmanship going on, which is understandable,” the former West Ham United boss asserted. Maiga himself is determined to seal his dream move to England, stating: “”I want it to be done with Newcastle.

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Brinkmanship - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Brinkmanship (or brinksmanship) is the practice of pushing dangerous events to the verge of disaster in order to achieve the most advantageous outcome.
Brinkmanship - Definition and More from the Free Merriam-Webster
the art or practice of pushing a dangerous situation or confrontation to the limit of safety especially to force a desired outcome.
Brinkmanship | Define Brinkmanship at Dictionary.com
brinkmanship - definition of brinkmanship by the Free Online
brink·man·ship (br ngk m n-sh p ) also brinks·man·ship (br ngks -). n.
Brink Man Ship | Free Music, Tour Dates, Photos, Videos
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