The Price of Peace: Incentives and International Conflict PreventionDownload
Carrots and sticks have always been used in combination in diplomatic affairs, but scholars and policymakers have focused more on the sticks than the carrots. In this provocative study, policy-savvy scholars examine a wide range of cases from North Korea to South Africa to El Salvador and Bosnia to demonstrate the power of incentives to deter nuclear proliferation, prevent armed conflict, defend civil and human rights, and rebuild war-torn societies.
Citation: Cortright, David. The Price of Peace: Incentives and International Conflict Prevention (Carnegie Corporation of New York, 1997)
International Peace and Security