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- But in working out his political strategy, he played a dangerous game of political brinkmanship.
- But this game of political brinkmanship has already gone too far.
- The latest elections should go some way toward arresting a hitherto dangerous game of brinksmanship.
- My intervention came in the nick of time, and tested the very limits of his fistfight brinkmanship.
- But there is a game of brinkmanship going on here too.
- The appeasement policies encouraged Hitler, the master of brinkmanship.
- In his foreign policy, Clinton often combined brinkmanship with indecision over the use of military force.
- Melissa in a game of brinkmanship accused Zork of infidelity which enraged him.
- But fans of political intrigue at the highest levels of brinkmanship will likely be happy with this film.
- Smelling brinksmanship, the media have started piling on.
- But it could be also interpreted as further brinksmanship, designed to hurriedly solve its food and oil shortages.
- We will know he cares when he stops playing brinksmanship.
- Its current brinkmanship is the work of a regime in which moderates have little room left to maneuver.
- But there's a strange niggling as we enter into this new era of musical brinkmanship.
- The North should rid itself of the illusion that brinkmanship will be effective.
- I just want to briefly dabble in disaster brinksmanship.
- David Mamet's cinematic creations are often stylized portraits of greed, betrayal and brinksmanship.
- But in the federal arena, belligerents on both sides are escalating their brinksmanship.
- Burgundian winemakers revel in this brinkmanship.
- I mean, if they're playing brinkmanship, I think they're playing with the wrong guy.