International Politics: Enduring Concepts and Contemporary Issues / Edition 6by Robert J Art, Robert Jervis
Pub. Date: 07/13/2002
Fifty papers by scholars of economics, international relations, and related fields discuss the anarchic structure of international relations, the use of force, the international political economy, and contemporary world politics. Current issues like international cooperation, nuclear proliferation, globalization, terrorism, failed states, and climate change receive… See more details below
Fifty papers by scholars of economics, international relations, and related fields discuss the anarchic structure of international relations, the use of force, the international political economy, and contemporary world politics. Current issues like international cooperation, nuclear proliferation, globalization, terrorism, failed states, and climate change receive special attention. There is no index. Annotation ©2004 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
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Table of Contents
I. ANARCHY AND ITS CONSEQUENCES.
1. The Role of Morality in Stagecraft.
The Moral Blindness of Scientific Man, Hans J. Morgenthau.
A Critique of Morgenthau's Principles of Political Realism, J. Ann Tickner.
Human Rights and World Politics, Rhoda E. Howard and Jack Donnelly.
2. Perspectives on the Nature of Anarchy.
The Anarchic Structure of World Politics, Kenneth N. Waltz.
Anarchy and the Limits of Cooperation, Joseph M. Grieco.
Anarchy Is What States Make of It, Alexander Wendt.
3. The Mitigation of Anarchy.
The Conditions for Cooperation in World Politics, Kenneth A. Oye.
Kant, Liberal Legacies, and Foreign Affairs, Michael W. Doyle.
Alliances: Balancing and Bandwagoning, Stephen M. Walt.
The Future of Diplomacy, Hans J. Morgenthau.
The Uses and Limits of International Law, Stanley Hoffman.
A Functional Theory of Regimes, Robert O. Keohane.
The United Nations and International Security, Adam Roberts.
II. THE USES OF FORCE.
4. The Political Uses of Force.
The Four Functions of Force, Robert J. Art.
The Diplomacy of Violence, Thomas C. Schelling.
Offence, Defense, and the Security Dilemma, Robert Jervis.
5. The Political Utility of Nuclear Weapons.
The Irrelevance of Nuclear Weapons, John Mueller.
The Utility of Nuclear Deterrence, Robert Jervis.
6. The Political Utility of Force Today.
Complex Interdependence and the Role of Force, Robert O. Keohane and Joseph S. Nye.
The Fungibility of Force, Robert J. Art.
Third World Security, Caroline Thomas.
III. The International Political Economy.
7. Perspectives on Political Economy.
The Nature of Political Economy, Robert Gilpin.
Hegemony in the World Political Economy, Robert O. Keohane.
Power vs. Wealth in North-South Economy Relations, Stephen D. Krasner.
8. Interdependence and Globalization.
The Changed World Economy, Peter F. Drucker.
The Trading State - Then and Now, Richard Rosecrance.
Nobody Loves a Political Realist, Robert Gilpin.
Globalization and Its Limits, Robert Wade.
9. Power Versus Plenty Today.
Why International Primacy Matters, Samuel P. Huntington.
Competitiveness: A Dangerous Obsession, Paul Krugman.
IV. CONTEMPORARY WORLD POLITICS.
10. Conflict, War, and NBC Spread.
The Future of World Politics, Robert Jervis.
The Clash of Civilizations? Samuel P. Huntington.
Possible and Impossible Solutions to Ethnic Civil Wars, Chaim Kaufmann.
Peace, Stability, and Nuclear Weapons, Kenneth N. Waltz.
The Dangers of NBC Spread, Robert J. Art.
11. States Versus Mobile Capital.
National Power, Coercive Liberalism, and "Global" Finance, Robert Wade.
Lessons for the Next Financial Crisis, Jeffrey Garten.
The Global Fix, Dani Rodrik.
12. The Environment and Climate Change.
The Tragedy of the Commons, Garrett Hardin.
The Infinite Supply of Natural Resources, Julian Simon.
Cornucopians and New-Malthusians, Thomas Homer-Dixon.
Toward a Real Global Warming Treaty, Richard N. Cooper.
13. New Actors and New Forces in World Politics.
Power Shift, Jessica T. Mathews.
Transitional Activists Networks, Margaret E. Keck and Kathryn Sikkink.
International Law: The Trials of Global Norms, Steven R. Ranter.
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