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‘Really Bad Accidents’: Playing The Strategic Trade War Game

You de-escalate. No, you de-escalate. No...

You de-escalate. No, you de-escalate. No...
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4 comments on “‘Really Bad Accidents’: Playing The Strategic Trade War Game

  1. Problems with BoFAML’s model:

    (recognized by Marko): blackboxing the U.S. isn’t useful. As you’ve written before, U.S. economic health really only matters as it impacts opinion of Trump, and the model doesn’t account for that.
    Per your chimpanzee piece, Trump’s decision-making calculus isn’t an ordinary sort of rational, so game theory probably isn’t the way to go.

  2. Error404

    “….the U.S. has no way of knowing, ahead of time, how far other countries can be pushed”

    Well, yeah – except the folks in Fort Meade, of course.

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