anonymous
  • anonymous
Brinkmanship was a bold, aggressive idea because it required the drastic decrease of defense spending. enemies to engage in lengthy peace talks. bluffing an attack so an enemy would back down invading a country to force it to surrender.
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Brinkmanship is a term coined during the Cold War to describe the tactic of seeming to approach the verge of war in order to persuade one's opposition to retreat
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Yes; that is correct

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