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Brinkmanship (also brinksmanship) is the practice of trying to achieve an advantageous outcome by pushing dangerous events to the brink of active conflict.It occurs in international politics, foreign policy, labor relations, and (in contemporary settings) military strategy involving the threat of nuclear weapons, and high-stakes litigation.. This maneuver of pushing a situation with the ...

Recent Examples on the Web. If his trade brinkmanship so far is any indication, the president seems willing to risk these dire results. — James Bacchus, WSJ, "America Needs the WTO," 12 July 2018 Once the bank of photographers recedes from Zuckerberg's table and committee members adjust their microphones and talking points, a bristling mix of personalities, egos and brinkmanship is expected ...

High-stakes brinksmanship in the Pacific as China expands reach into the South China Sea. China has been rapidly militarizing disputed territories in the South China Sea, some say as part of a ...

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n. also brinksmanship, with parasitic -s-and construction based on salesmanship, sportsmanship, etc.; from brink (the image of the brink of war dates to at least 1840).. Associated with the policies advocated by John Foster Dulles (1888-1959), U.S. Secretary of State 1953-1959. The word springs from Dulles' philosophy as outlined in a magazine interview [with Time-Life Washington bureau chief ...

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Misspelling of supersede. 1491, Acta Dom. Conc.: He sall supercede þe payment of þe said vc frankis. 1857, The American Law Register — On the Doctrine of Uses as an Element of our Law of Conveyances, Vol. 6, № 2/3: To it a new species of conveyancing owes its origin, which dispenses with livery of seisin, and almost entirely supercedes ...

Brinksmanship >> Catalonia President Carles Puigdemont: Why Spain's Elections Don't Matter

Brinksmanship >> Catalonia President Carles Puigdemont: Why Spain's Elections Don't Matter

Brinksmanship >> Seato brinks

Brinksmanship >> Seato brinks

Brinksmanship >> The Cold War. - ppt video online download

Brinksmanship >> The Cold War. - ppt video online download

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Brinksmanship >> La Choy Chicken Chow Mein | Food & Drink | St. Louis News and Events | Riverfront Times

Brinksmanship >> John's Portfolio

Brinksmanship >> John's Portfolio

Brinksmanship >> Peanut Island, Florida: JFK's Last Resort

Brinksmanship >> Peanut Island, Florida: JFK's Last Resort

Brinksmanship >> Exploring Chinese History :: Politics :: Conflict and War :: Taiwan

Brinksmanship >> Exploring Chinese History :: Politics :: Conflict and War :: Taiwan

Brinksmanship >> The dollar as valuable as toilet paper? This is how it could happen

Brinksmanship >> The dollar as valuable as toilet paper? This is how it could happen

Brinksmanship >> Eisenhower foreign policy

Brinksmanship >> Eisenhower foreign policy

Brinksmanship >> Japan has outgrown military restrictions - The Boston Globe

Brinksmanship >> Japan has outgrown military restrictions - The Boston Globe