From War to Peace: Fateful Decisions in International Politics / Edition 2 available in Paperback
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- Cengage Learning
FROM WAR TO PEACE teaches students to think critically about foreign policy through two of its most profound questions: Why do states go to war? And how can they create a lasting peace? Formerly titled HOW NATIONS MAKE PEACE, the book of case studies has been renamed to indicate the breadth of its content.
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About the Author
Charles Kegley, Jr., is a founding partner of Kegley International, Inc., a publishing, research, and consulting foundation, and the Corporate Secretary of the Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs. Faculty Research Associate at the Maxwell School of Syracuse University, he also is Distinguished Pearce Professor Emeritus of International Relations at the University of South Carolina. Recipient of the Distinguished Scholar Award in Foreign Policy of the International Studies Association, Kegley is a graduate of the American University (BA) and Syracuse University (PhD) and is a Pew Faculty Fellow at Harvard University. His written work is widely published, appearing in more than 45 books and 100 articles.
Gregory A. Raymond is the Frank Church Professor of International Relations at Boise State University, where he also is director of the Honors College. Raymond has received nine major teaching awards, including Idaho Professor of the Year from the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching, and has published articles and books, including THIRD WORLD POLITICS OF INDUSTRIALIZED NATIONS, which received an Outstanding Academic Book Award from the American Library Association. Together Kegley and Raymond have coauthored and/or coedited eight books on world politics and international relations, as well as more than two dozen published articles. A graduate of Park College and the University of South Carolina, Raymond also was a Pew Faculty Fellow at Harvard University.
Table of Contents
Preface. About the Authors. PART I: HOW STATES MAKE DECISIONS FOR WAR AND PEACE. 1. War and the Making of Peace: An Introduction. PART II: WAR AND PEACE IN THE CLASSICAL EUROPEAN STATE SYSTEM. 2. The Thirty Years'' War and the Peace of Westphalia: Violence as a Way of Life. 3. The Napoleonic Wars and the Congress of Vienna: Building Peace with a Concert of Power. 4. The Wars of German Unification: The Diplomacy of Iron and Blood. PART III: THE QUEST FOR PEACE IN A CENTURY OF GLOBAL WAR. 5. World War I and the Treaty of Versailles: A War to End All Wars? 6. World War II and Its Aftermath: The Long, Cold Peace. PART IV: THE FACE OF WAR AND PEACE ON THE EVE OF THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY. 7. The Persian Gulf War: A Hollow Victory. 8. Humanitarian Intervention into Kosovo: A Quixotic Crusade. PART V: PATHS TO PEACE IN THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY: MORAL DILEMMAS AND POLICY PRESCRIPTIONS. 9. Waging Peace: Choices and Consequences. Glossary. References. Index.