Paper Information

Journal:   RAHBORD   FALL 2010 , Volume 19 , Number 56 (SPECIAL SECTION ON FOREIGN POLICY STUDIES); Page(s) 7 To 42.
 
Paper: 

INTERNATIONAL CRISES MANAGEMENT: GREAT POWERS' EXPERIENCES AND APPROACHES

 
 
Author(s):  VAEZI MAHMOUD*
 
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Abstract: 

This article tries to study great powers' experiences, methods, and styles for international crises management in the past and the uses of them in the transition period of the international system and the complicated situation of the post - Cold War period. Obviously, experiences and approaches of the great powers regarding international crises management result from their respective military, political, and economic power and also their strategic culture. But what is important here is the developments in the structure of the international system. This article tries to answer the question that whether the structure of the international system has any effect on the great powers' decision-making structure regarding international crises management. This article examines the two characteristics of the crises occurred during the post-Cold War era: diversity of their range and their frequency. On the other hand, there are specific complexities in the great powers style of crises management in terms of their competition as well as cooperation for settling the crises. Finally, the commonalities and differences between crisis management methods employed by each great power during the post-Cold War era, are discussed. The driving force of great powers' special style for international crises management is their own interests and goals.

 
Keyword(s): CRISIS MANAGEMENT, INTERNATIONAL SYSTEM, GREAT POWERS, U. S., EUROPE, CHINA, RUSSIA
 
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