How to use brinkmanship in a sentence
Sure, budget brinksmanship and Hillary presidential hints are a given.Obamacare, Impeachment, Iran, and More Political Predictions for 2014|Michael Tomasky|December 30, 2013|DAILY BEAST
It was a product of Republican brinksmanship over the debt ceiling, and a near-fanatical desire for spending cuts.The Right-Wing is Furious Over Obama's Imaginary Attack on Military Families|Jamelle Bouie|December 4, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The simple fact is that, outside of the South and a few other areas, Tea Party extremism and brinksmanship is deeply unpopular.
The latest round of brinksmanship, which is still not over, is likely to prove very damaging to the economy.
The debt-ceiling brinksmanship and government shutdown are pure Republican enterprises.
The situation made the "Brinksmanship" of former Secretary Dulles look as safe as loafing in an easy-chair.Damned If You Don't|Gordon Randall Garrett
British Dictionary definitions for brinkmanship
Cultural definitions for brinkmanship
The policy of a nation that pushes a dangerous situation to the limits of safety (the “brink”) before pulling back; an aggressive and adventurous foreign policy.