Cognitive Decision-Making and Crisis Management: The Iran Crisis

Meslin, Brad Michael
1981

Volume 5, Issue 2. Summer A crisis in foreign relations invariably calls for an optimum of prescience and judgment in decision-makers. By its nature, a crisis involves some higher degree of risk; it imposes on crisis managers the necessity of defining goals and making rapid decisions in a short period of time, often based on incomplete information. In this article, Brad Mic... read more

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