Conflict after the Cold War / Edition 2

Conflict after the Cold War / Edition 2

by Richard K. Betts
     
 

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ISBN-10: 032120946X

ISBN-13: 9780321209467

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

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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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ISBN-13:
9780321209467
Publisher:
Taylor & Francis
Publication date:
06/15/2004
Edition description:
Older Edition
Pages:
640
Product dimensions:
6.30(w) x 9.10(h) x 1.00(d)

Table of Contents

I. INTRODUCTION: DOES WAR HAVE A FUTURE?

Francis Fukuyama, The End of History?

John J. Mearseimer, Why We Will Soon Miss the Cold War.

Samuel P. Huntington, The Class of Civilizations?

II. INTERNATIONAL REALISM: ANARCHY AND POWER.

Thucydides, The Melian Dialogue.

Niccolo Machiavelli, Doing Evil in Order to Do Good.

Thomas Hobbes, The State of Nature and the State of War.

Edward Hallet Carr, Realism and Idealism.

Kenneth N. Waltz, The Origins of War in Neorealist Theory.

Robert Gilpin, Hegemonic War and International Change.

Geoffrey Blainey, Power, Culprits, and Arms.

III. INTERNATIONAL LIBERALISM: INSTITUTIONS AND COOPERATION.

Immanuel Kant, Perpetual Peace.

Hedley Bull, Society and Anarchy in International Relations.

Robert O. Keohane and Joseph S. Nye, Power and Interdependence.

John Mueller, The Obsolescence of Major War.

IV. PSYCHOLOGY AND CULTURE.

Sigmund Freud, Why War?

Franco Fornari, The Psychoanalysis of War.

Margaret Mead, Warfare is Only an Invention-Not a Biological Necessity.
 
Martha Finnemore, Constructing Norms of Humanitarian Intervention.

Alexander Wendt, Anarchy Is What States Make of It.

V. ECONOMICS: INTERESTS AND INTERDEPENDENCE.

Niccolo Machiavelli, Money Is Not the Sinews of War, Although It Is Generally So Considered.

Norman Angell, The Great Illusion.

Geoffrey Blainey, Paradise Is a Bazaar.

V.I. Lenin, Imperialism, the Highest Stage of Capitalism.

Joseph Schumpeter, Imperialism and Capitalism.

Alan S. Milward, War as Policy.

Kenneth N. Waltz, Structural Causes and Economic Effects.

Richard Rosecrance, Trade and Power.

VI. POLITICS: IDEOLOGY AND IDENTITY.

Michael W. Doyle, Liberalism and World Politics.

Ernest Gellner, National and Nationalism.

Edward D. Mansfield and Jack Snyder, Democratization and War.

Chaim Kaufmann, Possible and Impossible Solutions to Ethnic Civil Wars.

Radha Kumar, The Troubled History of Partition.

VII. STRATEGY, I: MILITARY TECHNOLOGY, DOCTRINE, AND STABILITY.

Samuel P. Huntington, Arms Races: Prerequisites and Results.

Robert Jervis, Cooperation Under the Security Dilemma.

Scott D. Sagan, 1914 Revisited.

Jack S. Levy, The Offensive/Defensive Balance of Military Technology.

Charles H. Fairbanks, Jr. and Abram N. Shulsky, Arms Control: The Historical Experience.

Kenneth N. Waltz, The Spread of Nuclear Weapons: More May Be Better.

VIII. STRATEGY II: TERRORISM AND UNCONVENTIONAL WARFARE.

T.E. Lawrence, Science of Guerilla Warfare.

Mao Tse-tung, On Guerilla Warfare.

Samuel P. Huntington, Patterns of Violence in World Politics.

Martha Crenshaw, The Logic of Terrorism.

Mark Juergensmeyer, Religious Radicalism and Political Violence.

Richard K. Betts, The Soft Underbelly of Primacy.

IX. TRANSNATIONAL TENSIONS: MIGRATION, RESOURCES, AND ENVIRONMENT.

Myron Weiner, Security, Stability, and Migration.

John K. Cooley, The War Over Water.

Thomas F. Homer-Dixon, Environmental Changes as Causes of Acute Conflict.

X. CONCLUSION: THE FUTURE BETWEEN CONTENDING FORCES.

Eliot A. Cohen, A Revolution in Warfare.

Richard K. Betts, The Delusion of Impartial Intervention.

Robert O. Keohane and Joseph S. Nye, Power, Interdependence, and the Information Age.

Benjamin R. Barber, Jihad vs. McWorld.

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