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Trust, but VerifyThe Politics of Uncertainty and the Transformation of the Cold War Order, 1969-1991$
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Martin Klimke, Reinhild Kreis, and Christian F. Ostermann

Print publication date: 2016

Print ISBN-13: 9780804798099

Published to Stanford Scholarship Online: May 2017

DOI: 10.11126/stanford/9780804798099.001.0001

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Trust, but Verify
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Deborah Welch Larson

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Stanford University Press
DOI:10.11126/stanford/9780804798099.003.0014

This concluding chapter sums up the findings laid out in the preceding chapters and suggests directions for further research. It asserts that trust and mistrust, while intangible and subjective, deeply affect relations among allies, adversaries, and neutrals by influencing perceptions and beliefs. So far, trust is analyzed in this book as a goal, strategy, process, and emotion. Although trust and mistrust are usually conceived of as interpersonal constructs, as the previous chapters illustrate, they may be studied at the individual, societal, and alliance levels. Thus, this chapter offers some further insights on the nature and definitions of trust and how these have played out according to the narratives laid out in the previous chapters, before concluding with a discussion on the development of trust.

Keywords:   trust, mistrust, trust development, future research, trust-building, international peace cooperation

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