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A number of people have modeled Putnam's analogy of the two-level game (1988) to better understand the interaction between domestic and international politics. Milner and Rosendorff's model (1997) has taken on particular significance in this area of research. By applying a Nash bargaining solution to a standard spatial model, they are able to make specific predictions of bargaining behavior with and without domestic constraints. In this paper, I argue that some compromise should be expected indoi:10.1080/07388940490487243 fatcat:dfju7vamofc2togmqnr2zmyxyq