Decision Making in Using Assassinations in International Relations
Warner R. Schilling and JONATHAN L. SCHILLING analyze how leaders weigh the costs and beneﬁts of using assassination to advance their foreign policy interests. They conclude that the decision-making process is prone to bias, especially when dependent on the identity of the likely successor.
The H-Bomb Decision: How to Decide without Actually Choosing, Warner R. Schilling
War and the Soviet Union: Nuclear Weapons and the Revolution in Soviet Military and Political Thinking, H. S. Dinerstein Reviewed by Warner R. Schilling
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