World Politics Review: "The Russia-Ukraine Crisis Is a Negotiation Over Deterrence and Compellence"

Feb 17, 2022

Abstract concepts in national security such as deterrence and compellence are often difficult to apply to the reality of political crises. In this World Politics Review article, Senior Fellow Nikolas Gvosdev demonstrates the importance of striking a balance in the approach to the Russia-Ukraine Crisis.

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