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Who prevails in diplomatic dispute between strong and weak states? Do the strong still make the rules which govern international conflict? Diplomatic Dispute addresses these larger questions through a systematic comparative review of U.S. diplomatic conflict with Iran, Japan, and Mexico, from 1920 to the present time. Originally published by the Harvard University Center for International Affairs in 1978.