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Punishing the Prince:
A Theory of Interstate Relations, Political Institutions, and Leader Change
Fiona McGillivray & Alastair Smith

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ADDITIONAL ENDORSEMENTS:

"McGillivray and Smith develop a novel theory of international cooperation that places the incentives of state leaders front and center. They skillfully combine formal methods with experimental and quantitative evidence to show that the fate of leaders and the prospects for interstate cooperation are inextricably linked. Given its important insights into issues of credible commitment, reputation, signaling, and domestic political influences on foreign policy, this book should have wide-ranging influence."--Kenneth Schultz, Stanford University

"McGillivray and Smith present a powerful, insightful, and intuitively appealing idea with important implications for international relations."--Hein Goemans, Rochester University

"Wide-ranging and rigorously argued, this is a powerful and informative book."--Bruce Russett, Yale University

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