A Global History of Trade and Conflict since 1500

A Global History of Trade and Conflict since 1500

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A Global History of Trade and Conflict since 1500 by L. Coppolaro

This book explains the causes and consequences of the intersection of two transformative global forces - trade and conflict – since 1500. The nine historical case studies – interspersed over 500 years and spanning the globe - make a major historical contribution to the enduring debate about whether trade makes peace more likely.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781349459988
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan UK
Publication date: 01/01/2013
Edition description: 1st ed. 2013
Pages: 252
Product dimensions: 6.10(w) x 9.25(h) x (d)

About the Author

Timothy Brook
Leonor Freire Costa, Professor, Technical University of Lisbon, Portugal
Steven Topik, Professor, UNiversity of California, USA
José Luís Cardoso, Professor, Technical University of Lisbon, Portugal
Tim Rooth, Professor, University of Portsmouth, UK
Richard Toye, University of Exeter, UK
Gregory P. Marchildon, Researcher, University of Regina, USA
Thomas W. Zeiler
Renato G. Flôres Jr., Professor, Graduate School of Economics, Brazil

Table of Contents

Acknowledgements List of Figures List of Abbreviations Notes on Contributors Introduction: The Intersection of Trade and Conflict Since 1500; Francine McKenzie 1. Trade and Conflict in the South China Sea: Portugal and China, 1514-1523; Timothy Brook 2. Portuguese Resilience in Global Trade: Military Motivation and Institutional Adaptation in the 16th and 17th Century Cape Route; Leonor Freire Costa 3. An Explosion of Violence: How the Haitian Revolution Rearranged the Trade Patterns of the Western Hemisphere; Steven Topik 4. Lifting the Continental Blockade: Britain, Portugal and Brazilian Trade in the Global Context of the Napoleonic Wars; José Luís Cardoso 5. Retreating from Globalisation: Britain and the Renewal of Imperial Trade Between the Two World Wars; Tim Rooth 6. Trade and Conflict in the Rhetoric of Winston Churchill; Richard Toye 7. War, Revolution and the Great Depression in the Global Wheat Trade, 1917-1939; Gregory P. Marchildon 8. Trading Blocs and Trading Blows: GATT's Conflictual Path to Trade Liberalisation, 1947-1967; Lucia Coppolaro and Francine McKenzie 9. Nixon's War with the International Economy; Thomas W. Zeiler Conclusion: Dismissing the Kantian View of Trade and Peace; Renato G. Flôres Jr. Bibliography

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