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From the Publisher"This book by three eminent scholars is audacious in its hope: since history shows that nations do not always obey the rules of pure power politics, a world of consent and cooperation is possible - and ever more likely. They buttress their case with a wealth of data from the American, European and Asian experience, presenting an original synthesis of history and theory that has become far too rare in the field of international relations."
Josef Joffe, Senior Fellow, Freeman-Spogli Institute for International Studies, Stanford University
"Richard Rosecrance, Zara Steiner, and the late Ernest May, along with other notable contributors from the field of international relations, have assembled a stunning and provocative attack on what they believe to be the reductionist hegemony of neorealist theory. It will unleash a terrific debate and deserves a place on every reading list in international politics."
Charles S. Maier, Leverett Saltonstall Professor of History, Harvard University
"A first rate team of scholars convincingly and overwhelming demonstrates that there is more - vastly more - to international relations that has been dreamt of in 'realist' philosophies."
John Mueller, Ohio State University