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Master of Arts in International Studies Major in European Studies
International and Area Studies
College of Liberal Arts
Gerardo L. Largoza
Defense Panel Chair
Renato Cruz De Castro
Defense Panel Member
Alfredo C. Robles, Jr.
Herman Joseph Kraft
This thesis utilizes a modified reassurance game framework to understand post Cold War security cooperation in arms control and conflict resolution using the 1900-2000 security relations between the North Atlantic Treaty Organization and the Russian Republic as case studies. It assumes that arms control and conflict resolution are linked via their effects on the resources each actor allots for defense and their perception of the other's trustworthiness. Thus, successful cooperation in one area of security will result in increased probability of success in the other area while failure to cooperate in the first area makes future cooperation in the other area nearly impossible.
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Conflict management; Arms control; International cooperation; National security--Europe; North Atlantic Treaty Organization
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Gan, E. C. (2003). Arms control and conflict resolution as games: NATO-Russian security cooperation in the post cold war period. Retrieved from https://animorepository.dlsu.edu.ph/etd_masteral/3095