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    Title: An Eye for An Eye: Signaling before and during the Korean War of 1950-53
    Authors: 賽明成;陳建維
    Contributors: 國貿系
    Keywords: signaling;the Korean War;international crises;conflict resolution;diplomatic signals
    Date: 2012-06
    Issue Date: 2014-02-13 11:56:45 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: Although signaling is the essence of diplomacy, it has often been overlooked in previous studies on international crises. In fact, whether states in a dyad escalate disputes to the brink of war or seek conflict resolution, both sides of a crisis use these forms of signaling to convey their intended messages and possible responses. However, in most of these dyadic international conflicts, the patterns of signaling motives are not identified. In this article, it is argued that signaling decisions depend on the interaction of contextual dimensions, perceived threats, and the status disparity facing the states in a dyad. By analyzing both the signaling and the counter-signaling of nations in dyadic interactions, an alternative insight is offered into why the Korean War turned out to be inevitable.
    Relation: The Korean Journal of Defense Analysis, 24(2), 209-224
    Data Type: article
    Appears in Collections:[國際經營與貿易學系 ] 期刊論文

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