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and coerce him to name the defendant as his accomplice.
process rights of a defendant are indeed violated when police coerce a
03: (Taiwan liberalizes trade, China coerces, and Taiwan complies)
China's strategy remains unchanged from El; it will coerce, even if it is economics-first.
E3 is another separating equilibrium, because although Taiwan will liberalize trade even if it is politics-first, China will only coerce if it is politics-first.
Equation (5) implies that an economics-first China will not coerce and a politics-first China will coerce if (a) China perceives that Taiwan is more likely to be politics-first (p is low), (b) there is little gain from attaining a political concession from Taiwan (y1-y2 is low), and (c) China suffers a high cost if it chooses not to punish Taiwan when Taiwan does not comply.
The coerces would be conducted with an aim to sharpen the skills, to develop a skilled executives or entrepreneur and eventually earn a living which could help them finance their education and boost their family income.
A State which coerces another State to commit an act is internationally responsible for that act if: (a) the act would, but for the coercion, be an internationally wrongful act of the coerced State; and (b) the coercing State does so with knowledge of the circumstances of the act.
As Article 18 seems to contain a high standard for causation through its 'Nut for" language, potential coercers might be encouraged to coerce other states after finding these weaknesses in the only state responsibility provision that would directly apply to that situation.