By Bradley F. Podliska
Appearing on my own deals an unheard of scientifically-based solution to the query of why presidents, despite political celebration, make judgements to take advantage of unilateral army strength. by utilizing 3 ways to attempt U.S. main issue habit considering 1937, the writer of appearing by myself makes the case that presidents are realists and make a unilateral selection in accordance with a large army hole with an opponent, an opponent positioned within the Western hemisphere, and a countrywide safety probability.
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Additional resources for Acting Alone: A Scientific Study of American Hegemony and Unilateral Use-of-Force Decision Making (Innovations in the Study of World Politics)
90 In particular, this section covers the domestic environment, specifically politics, congressional involvement, and public opinion. Political Use of Force91 Recent efforts have focused on a political-based explanation of a president’s decision to use force as a challenge to the realist view that the international environment shapes this decision. S. S. 100 So, a president would be wise to consult with Congress 32 Chapter 2 and have its approval for military action. 101 The intention is to diffuse the cost in the case of military defeat.
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I identify the specific reasons why a president acts unilaterally: presidents, facing a crisis, have the freedom to rely on American military power to resolve the crisis unilaterally, if necessary. After all, America is the world’s greatest military power and its embrace of military revolutions allows a president the freedom to act unilaterally. S. ensures the stability of its governance of the system through unilateral military action. Next, I model a president’s crisis decision making as a sequential process.
Acting Alone: A Scientific Study of American Hegemony and Unilateral Use-of-Force Decision Making (Innovations in the Study of World Politics) by Bradley F. Podliska