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The Resource Kind words, cruise missiles, and everything in between : the use of power resources in U.S. policies towards Poland, Ukraine, and Belarus 1989-2008, Barbara Kunz ; with a foreword by William Hill

Kind words, cruise missiles, and everything in between : the use of power resources in U.S. policies towards Poland, Ukraine, and Belarus 1989-2008, Barbara Kunz ; with a foreword by William Hill

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Kind words, cruise missiles, and everything in between : the use of power resources in U.S. policies towards Poland, Ukraine, and Belarus 1989-2008
Title
Kind words, cruise missiles, and everything in between
Title remainder
the use of power resources in U.S. policies towards Poland, Ukraine, and Belarus 1989-2008
Statement of responsibility
Barbara Kunz ; with a foreword by William Hill
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Language
eng
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BTCTA
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1980-
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Kunz, Barbara
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no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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bibliography
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1945-
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Hill, William H.
Series statement
Soviet and post-Soviet politics and society,
Series volume
vol. 174
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  • United States
  • Poland
  • United States
  • Ukraine
  • United States
  • Belarus
  • United States
  • United States
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Kind words, cruise missiles, and everything in between : the use of power resources in U.S. policies towards Poland, Ukraine, and Belarus 1989-2008, Barbara Kunz ; with a foreword by William Hill
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Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 251-276)
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volume
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rdacarrier
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text
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  • txt
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rdacontent
Contents
  • The theoretical framework and methodology
  • Introduction and research questions
  • Neoclassical realism : an introduction
  • Elite perceptions : of more than just the system?
  • Non-friends, friends and undecided states
  • Non-friends
  • Friends
  • Concluding remarks : undecided states
  • Two types of power resources and foreign policy tools
  • Power in political realism
  • Preface
  • Positive and negative power : the relevance of base values
  • Negative power and its bases
  • Positive power and its bases
  • Power resources and foreign policy tools
  • Linking states' friend, non-friend, undecided status to power
  • Concluding remarks on the theoretical framework
  • Methodological considerations
  • The cases
  • Sources
  • Research design : comparative case studies
  • Contents
  • Three steps in addressing the sourses
  • U.S. Foreign policies towards Poland
  • Introduction
  • Laying the foundations : the U.S. and Solidarność
  • Accompanying Poland to de facto independence 1989-1991
  • Foreign policy tools in Solidarność-times
  • An emerging new best friend in Europe : the second Gulf War and NATO enlargement
  • Euro-Atlantic integration or : Overcoming Yalta
  • Foreign policy tools 1991 to 2000
  • The heydays and their aftermath : 2001 onwards
  • Abbreviations
  • State Tourism : Bush, Kwaśniewski and the Iraq war
  • Foreign policy tools 2001 to 2005
  • After Kwaśniewski : 2005 onwards
  • The double Kaczyński era
  • Donald Tusk, the conclusion of the Missile Defence Agreement : and still no visa waiver programme
  • Foreign policy tools after Kwaśniewski
  • Conclusions on U.S. foreign policies towards Poland 1989-2008
  • U.S. Foreign policies towards Ukraine
  • Introduction : America's recognition of Ukraine's independence
  • The early years : Moscow-centrism and a focus on nuclear non-proliferation 1991 to 1994
  • Introduction
  • Solving the nuclear question
  • The Lisbon Protocol and Ukraine's accession to the NPT as a nuclear-free state
  • Foreign policy tools in solving the nuclear question
  • Conventional non-proliferation : Ukraine's accession to the MTCR, Bushehr and the Satellite Deal 1994 to 1998
  • Getting Ukraine to join the MTCR
  • The policy of issue linkage : non-proliferation, nuclear power plants and satellites
  • Foreign Policy Tools in making Ukraine join the MTCR
  • Euro-Atlantic integration : Ukraine in its wider context 1994 to 2004
  • The U.S.-Ukrainian honeymoon : broadening relations
  • Setbacks and frustration
  • The background
  • Multilateralising Ukraine's transformation : Ukraine and NATO
  • Foreign policy tools in promoting Ukraine's Euro-Atlantic integration
  • After the Orange revolution : diminished U.S. interest 2004 to 2008
  • Few illusions left : the Orange revolution and its aftermath
  • Foreign policy tools 2004 to 2008
  • Conclusions on U.S. foreign policies towards Ukraine
  • U.S. Foreign Policies Towards Belarus
  • Introduction : At odds with the West
  • Belarus and the US : the early years
  • Belarus : The unproblematic answer to the nuclear question
  • Preserving the unipolar moment
  • Foreign policy tools in early U.S.-Belarusian relations
  • Lukashenka and "selective engagement" with minsk
  • Rigged elections and referenda : deteriorating relations
  • The Belarus Democracy Act
  • Political Prisoners, Sanctions and Personae Non Gratae
  • "Selective engagement" and foreign policy tools
  • The wider context : belarus in international politics
  • The Bush II era : Belarus as a rogue state?
  • Belarus and Euro-Atlantic integration
  • The wider context and foreign policy tools
  • On the ground : the U.S. in Central and Eastern Europe
  • Conclusions on U.S. foreign policies towards Belarus 1991-2008
  • Conclusions
  • Returning to the research questions
  • Empirical findings : U.S. post-Cold War policies towards Poland, Ukraine and Belarus
  • Implications for theory building : linking status to power
  • Friends, non-friends and undecided states : an element of the missing link
  • A category of its own : undecided states
  • Positive and negative power as means to shape and control the environment
  • Final remarks
  • Annex
  • Empirical objectives
  • High-level contacts between the U.S. and Poland, Ukraine and Belarus
  • References
  • Primary Sources
  • Speeches, press releases and briefings
  • Background notes
  • Treaties, laws, reports and official strategies
  • Websites
  • Books and articles
  • Media sources
Control code
ocn987795251
Dimensions
22 cm.
Extent
276 pages
Isbn
9783838210858
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
(OCoLC)987795251
Label
Kind words, cruise missiles, and everything in between : the use of power resources in U.S. policies towards Poland, Ukraine, and Belarus 1989-2008, Barbara Kunz ; with a foreword by William Hill
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 251-276)
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • The theoretical framework and methodology
  • Introduction and research questions
  • Neoclassical realism : an introduction
  • Elite perceptions : of more than just the system?
  • Non-friends, friends and undecided states
  • Non-friends
  • Friends
  • Concluding remarks : undecided states
  • Two types of power resources and foreign policy tools
  • Power in political realism
  • Preface
  • Positive and negative power : the relevance of base values
  • Negative power and its bases
  • Positive power and its bases
  • Power resources and foreign policy tools
  • Linking states' friend, non-friend, undecided status to power
  • Concluding remarks on the theoretical framework
  • Methodological considerations
  • The cases
  • Sources
  • Research design : comparative case studies
  • Contents
  • Three steps in addressing the sourses
  • U.S. Foreign policies towards Poland
  • Introduction
  • Laying the foundations : the U.S. and Solidarność
  • Accompanying Poland to de facto independence 1989-1991
  • Foreign policy tools in Solidarność-times
  • An emerging new best friend in Europe : the second Gulf War and NATO enlargement
  • Euro-Atlantic integration or : Overcoming Yalta
  • Foreign policy tools 1991 to 2000
  • The heydays and their aftermath : 2001 onwards
  • Abbreviations
  • State Tourism : Bush, Kwaśniewski and the Iraq war
  • Foreign policy tools 2001 to 2005
  • After Kwaśniewski : 2005 onwards
  • The double Kaczyński era
  • Donald Tusk, the conclusion of the Missile Defence Agreement : and still no visa waiver programme
  • Foreign policy tools after Kwaśniewski
  • Conclusions on U.S. foreign policies towards Poland 1989-2008
  • U.S. Foreign policies towards Ukraine
  • Introduction : America's recognition of Ukraine's independence
  • The early years : Moscow-centrism and a focus on nuclear non-proliferation 1991 to 1994
  • Introduction
  • Solving the nuclear question
  • The Lisbon Protocol and Ukraine's accession to the NPT as a nuclear-free state
  • Foreign policy tools in solving the nuclear question
  • Conventional non-proliferation : Ukraine's accession to the MTCR, Bushehr and the Satellite Deal 1994 to 1998
  • Getting Ukraine to join the MTCR
  • The policy of issue linkage : non-proliferation, nuclear power plants and satellites
  • Foreign Policy Tools in making Ukraine join the MTCR
  • Euro-Atlantic integration : Ukraine in its wider context 1994 to 2004
  • The U.S.-Ukrainian honeymoon : broadening relations
  • Setbacks and frustration
  • The background
  • Multilateralising Ukraine's transformation : Ukraine and NATO
  • Foreign policy tools in promoting Ukraine's Euro-Atlantic integration
  • After the Orange revolution : diminished U.S. interest 2004 to 2008
  • Few illusions left : the Orange revolution and its aftermath
  • Foreign policy tools 2004 to 2008
  • Conclusions on U.S. foreign policies towards Ukraine
  • U.S. Foreign Policies Towards Belarus
  • Introduction : At odds with the West
  • Belarus and the US : the early years
  • Belarus : The unproblematic answer to the nuclear question
  • Preserving the unipolar moment
  • Foreign policy tools in early U.S.-Belarusian relations
  • Lukashenka and "selective engagement" with minsk
  • Rigged elections and referenda : deteriorating relations
  • The Belarus Democracy Act
  • Political Prisoners, Sanctions and Personae Non Gratae
  • "Selective engagement" and foreign policy tools
  • The wider context : belarus in international politics
  • The Bush II era : Belarus as a rogue state?
  • Belarus and Euro-Atlantic integration
  • The wider context and foreign policy tools
  • On the ground : the U.S. in Central and Eastern Europe
  • Conclusions on U.S. foreign policies towards Belarus 1991-2008
  • Conclusions
  • Returning to the research questions
  • Empirical findings : U.S. post-Cold War policies towards Poland, Ukraine and Belarus
  • Implications for theory building : linking status to power
  • Friends, non-friends and undecided states : an element of the missing link
  • A category of its own : undecided states
  • Positive and negative power as means to shape and control the environment
  • Final remarks
  • Annex
  • Empirical objectives
  • High-level contacts between the U.S. and Poland, Ukraine and Belarus
  • References
  • Primary Sources
  • Speeches, press releases and briefings
  • Background notes
  • Treaties, laws, reports and official strategies
  • Websites
  • Books and articles
  • Media sources
Control code
ocn987795251
Dimensions
22 cm.
Extent
276 pages
Isbn
9783838210858
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
(OCoLC)987795251

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