Trade Conflicts and the Common Defense: The United States and Japan
Stephen D. Krasner examines American concepts of the relationship between international trade conflict and the common defense. Focusing on American-Japanese relations, he concludes that the policy of "diffuse reciprocity" in trade, pursued by United States leaders, fails to achieve its intended effects.
A Statist Interpretation of American Oil Policy toward the Middle East, Stephen D. Krasner
Myth, Oil, and Politics: Introduction to the Political Economy of Petroleum, Charles F. Doran Reviewed by Stephen D. Krasner
U. S. Power and the Multinational Corporation: The Political Economy of Foreign Direct Investment, Robert Gilpin Reviewed by Stephen D. Krasner
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