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"Stanley's book is the best scholarly analysis and revision so far of the bargaining model of war termination."—Colin Dueck, Claremont Review of Books
"Important book .... A most useful addition to the literature on the Korean War."—C. Potholm II, Choice.
"Why do some belligerents choose to end costly wars, while others continue to struggle over control of seemingly useless bits of territory while the death toll mounts? Paths to Peace tackles this timeless and timely question in an original, engaging, and rigorous way." —Jack Snyder, Columbia University
"Paths to Peace is an outstanding work on a very important subject—how wars come to an end. Well-informed and well-written, the book should be of great interest to all scholars and students of international relations and the domestic politics of war and peace."—Bradford Lee, U.S. Naval War College, Newport, RI.