Military Conflict Decisions: Why Weakness Leads To Aggression

Monday, March 10, 2014

Can a behavioral economics theory explain military standoffs such as the one in Crimea? Research on military conflicts shows that weakness, not strength, often leads to aggression.

Source: NPR


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