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Honey and Vinegar: Incentives, Sanctions, and Foreign Policy

Honey and Vinegar: Incentives, Sanctions, and Foreign Policy

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The strategy of engagement-the use of incentives alongside other foreign policy tools to influence the behavior of difficult regimes-has received relatively little scrutiny when compared with economic sanctions or military force. This volume explores circumstances and strategies for employing incentives or rewards, rather than relying solely on penalties or punishments, to pursue foreign policy objectives. Seven cases written by leading experts provide the basis for analyzing incentives-based strategiesand formulating recommendations for their future use. Drawing on these cases, Haass and O'Sullivan offer insights into when engagement strategies might be considered in place of, or in tandem with, more punitive measures. They also provide guidelines forpolicymakers seeking to implement effective strategies of engagement. This book breaks new ground by showing how incentives might be usefully introduced into U.S. relations with several so-called rogue states and by offering much-needed analysis of the issue of balancing incentives and penalties in foreign policy.