Definition of Bargaining chip
1. Noun. Leverage in the form of an inducement or a concession useful in successful negotiations.
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Literary usage of Bargaining chip
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1. Europe: Dimensions of Peace by Björn Hettne (1988)
"SDI is then presented as a bargaining chip that may eventually be negotiated ... Even though the bargaining chip argument is disputed-among the critics you ..."
2. The Language of Foreign Affairs (1987)
"The bargaining chip strategy has been attacked on two grounds: first, ... Leslie Gelb and Anthony Lake, * The Cost of the bargaining chip, " Washington Pent ..."
3. International Aviation Relations: Hearing Before the Committee on Commerce edited by John McCain (1999)
"Using access to Fly America traffic as a bargaining chip, as DOT tas done in its recent negotiations, involves important tradeoffs. ..."
4. Terrorism: Victims' Access to Terrorist Assets edited by Jon Kyl (2002)
"The critical bargaining chip the United States had to bring to the table in an effort to resolve the crisis was the almost $10 billion in Iranian Government ..."