Conflict after the Cold War / Edition 2by Richard K. Betts
Pub. Date: 06/15/2004
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Betts, Richard, Conflict After the Cold War, 2nd Edition*\ Assembled by one of the most renowned scholars in the field, this collection aims to help readers sort out the main debates concerning the possibility and place of war in the post-Cold War world. The essay in this collection outline contrasting arguments about the future of the post-Cold War world and puts them in philosophical and historical context. Professor Betts has framed the readings in a topically organized and ideologically balanced survey of the most relevant schools of thought, examining the arguments about what political, economic, social and military factors tend to cause war and whether such causes can be made obsolete. For those interested in the Cold War.
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Table of Contents
I. INTRODUCTION: DOES WAR HAVE A FUTURE?
II. INTERNATIONAL REALISM: ANARCHY AND POWER.
III. INTERNATIONAL LIBERALISM: INSTITUTIONS AND COOPERATION.
IV. PSYCHOLOGY AND CULTURE.
V. ECONOMICS: INTERESTS AND INTERDEPENDENCE.
VI. POLITICS: IDEOLOGY AND IDENTITY.
VII. STRATEGY, I: MILITARY TECHNOLOGY, DOCTRINE, AND STABILITY.
VIII. STRATEGY II: TERRORISM AND UNCONVENTIONAL WARFARE.
IX. TRANSNATIONAL TENSIONS: MIGRATION, RESOURCES, AND ENVIRONMENT.
X. CONCLUSION: THE FUTURE BETWEEN CONTENDING FORCES.
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