Begin by using these keywords in your search engine.
Use quotes for more exact results.
"International Relations" AND (Reputation AND Resolve)
"Reputation for Resolve"
"A state's reputation for resolve is the belief that during crises, the state's leaders will take actions that demonstrate willingness to pay high costs and run high risks, and will thus stand firm in crises."* "Scholarly work in international relations has long debated the question of whether a nation's reputation for resolve should matter.* This guide will help readers understand what exactly is meant by reputation for resolve and its impact on international relations.
*Source, Yarhi-Milo, Keren (2018). Who Fights for Reputation. Princeton, NJ, Princeton University Press, 3, 5.
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