The Structural Causes of Trusting Relationships: Why Rivals Do Not Overcome Suspicion Step by Step
Aaron M. Hoffman explores how certain European states overcame their suspicion and developed trusting relationships. He challenges the view that trusting relationships can be established gradually. Instead, he argues that trusting relationships emerge when governments guarantee one another a voice in collective decisions and limit each other’s exposure to domestic political pressures.
Trust and Mistrust in International Relations, Andrew H. Kydd
Reviewed by Aaron M. Hoffman
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