International Security and Conflict

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Pt. I How the Structure of the International System Constrains Nations' Choices

1 Theories of War in an Era of Leading-Power Peace Robert Jervis Jervis, Robert

2 The Future of the American Pacifier John J. Mearsheimer Mearsheimer, John J.

3 The Stability of a Unipolar World William C. Wohlforth Wohlforth, William C.

4 Legitimacy and the Use of Force: Can the Circle be Squared? Andrew Hurrell Hurrell, Andrew

5 Escape from the State of Nature: Authority and Hierarchy in World Politics David A. Lake Lake, David A.

6 Same War-Different Views: Germany, Japan and Counterterrorism Peter J. Katzenstein Katzenstein, Peter J.

Pt. II How Domestic Politics May Affect Decisions on War and Peace

7 The Democratic Advantage: Institutional Foundations of Financial Power in International Competition Kenneth A. Schultz Schultz, Kenneth A. Barry R. Weingast Weingast, Barry R.

8 Seeking Peace in a Post-Cold War World of Hegemony and Terrorism John R. Oneal Oneal, John R. Bruce Russett Russett, Bruce

9 The Antinomy of Democratic Peace Harald Muller Muller, Harald

10 The Democratic Peace Theory Reframed: The Impact of Modernity Azar Gat Gat, Azar

11 The Clash of Civilizations? Samuel P. Huntington Huntington, Samuel P.

Pt. III How Individual and Small Group Behaviour Can Affect Foreign Policy

12 Conceptual Models and the Cuban Missile Crisis Graham T. Allison Allison, Graham T.

13 The Integrative Complexity of American Decision Makers in the Cuban Missile Crisis Karen Guttieri Guttieri, Karen Michael D. Wallace Wallace, Michael D. Peter Suedfeld Suedfeld, Peter

14 Democratic Leaders and the Democratic Peace: The Operational Codes of Tony Blair and BillClinton Mark Schafer Schafer, Mark Stephen G. Walker Walker, Stephen G.

15 Foreign Policy and the Rational Public in Comparative Perspective Pierangelo Isernia Isernia, Pierangelo Zoltan Juhasz Juhasz, Zoltan Hans Rattinger Rattinger, Hans

16 Gender Differences in Public Attitudes toward the Use of Force by the United States, 1990-2003 Richard C. Eichenberg Eichenberg, Richard C.

17 Further Tests of the Women and Peace Hypothesis: Evidence from Cross-National Survey Research in the Middle East Mark Tessler Tessler, Mark Jodi Nachtwey Nachtwey, Jodi Audra Grant Grant, Audra

Pt. IV How International Organizations Can Affect the Security of States and Peoples

18 Why States Act through Formal International Organizations Kenneth W. Abbott Abbott, Kenneth W. Duncan Snidal Snidal, Duncan

19 Martha Finnemore The Politics, Power and Pathologies of International Organizations Michael N. Barnett Barnett, Michael N.

20 The Strategic Use of Liberal Internationalism: Libya and the UN Sanctions, 1992-2003 Ian Hurd Hurd, Ian

21 Does Peacekeeping Keep Peace? International Intervention and the Duration of Peace after Civil War Virginia Page Fortna Fortna, Virginia Page

22 "Women and Children First": Gender, Norms and Humanitarian Evacuation in the Balkans 1991-95 R. Charli Carpenter Carpenter, R. Charli

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