Microeconomic theory and foreign policy crisis decisions: Bangla Desh, 1971
microeconomic theory, foreign policy, crises
This study analyzes the Bangladesh Crisis by building upon previous works that have applied microeconomic theory to international relations. One of the most innovative lines of inquiry from the realist school is to study international relations through analogy with microeconomic theory. Although used to analyze conflict, war, and the workings of the international system, a strict application of microeconomic theory to interstate crises is rare. This thesis will endeavour to contribute to this linkage.
Siddiqui, A. (1991). Microeconomic theory and foreign policy crisis decisions: Bangla Desh, 1971. Montreal: McGill University.
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