Conflict after the Cold War : arguments on causes of war and peace
by
 
Betts, Richard K., 1947-

Title
Conflict after the Cold War : arguments on causes of war and peace

Author
Betts, Richard K., 1947-

ISBN
9780205851751
 
40020695854

Edition
4th ed.

Publication Information
Boston : Pearson, 2013.

Physical Description
xi, 671 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.

Contents
Part I. Visions of war and peace -- The end of history? / Francis Fukuyama -- Why we will soon miss the Cold War / John J. Mearsheimer -- The clash of civilizations? / Samuel P. Huntington -- Economics trumps politics / Fareed Zakaria -- Part II. International realism : anarchy and power -- The Melian dialogue / Thucydioes -- Doing evil in order to do good / Niccoló Machiavelli -- The state of nature and the state of war / Thomas Hobbes -- Realism and idealism / Edward Hallett Carr -- The origins of war in neorealist theory / Kenneth N. Waltz -- Hegemonic war and international change / Robert Gilpin -- Power, culprits, and arms / Geoffrey Blainey -- Part III. International liberalism : institutions and cooperation -- Perpetual peace / Immanuel Kant -- Peace through arbitration / Richard Cobden -- Community of power vs. balance of power / Woodrow Wilson -- Liberalism and world politics / Michael W. Doyle -- Power and interdependence / Robert O. Keohane and Joseph S. Nye -- Part IV. Psychology : the human mind and international conflict -- Why war? / Sigmund Freud -- How good people do bad things / Stanley Milgram -- Why hawks win / Daniel Kahneman and Jonathan Renshon -- War and misperception / Robert Jervis -- Part V. Culture : customs, norms, and learning -- Anarchy is what states make of it / Alexander Wendt -- Spirit, standing, and honor / Richard Ned Lebow -- Warfare is only an invention, not a biological necessity / Margaret Mead -- The obsolescence of major war / John Mueller -- Constructing norms of humanitarian intervention / Martha Finnemore -- Men, women, and war / J. Ann Tickner -- Part VI. Economics : interests and interdependence -- Money is not the sinews of war, although it is generally so considered / Niccoló Machiavelli -- The great illusion / Norman Angell -- Paradise is a bazaar / Geoffrey Blainey -- Imperialism, the highest stage of capitalism / V.I. Lenin -- Imperialism and capitalism / Joseph Schumpeter -- War as policy / Alan S. Milward -- Structural causes and economic effects / Kenneth N. Waltz -- Trade and power / Richard Rosecrance -- Part VII. Politics : ideology and identity -- Nations and nationalism / Ernest Gellner -- Democratization and war / Edward O. Mansfield and Jack Snyder -- Possible and impossible solutions to ethnic civil wars / Chaim Kaufmann -- The troubled history of partition / Radha Kumar -- Part VIII. Military technology, strategy, and stability -- Cooperation under the security dilemma / Robert Jervis -- The offensive/defensive balance of military technology / Jack S. Levy -- Arms control : historical experience / Charles H. Fairbanks Jr. and Abram N. Shulsky -- The spread of nuclear weapons : more may be better / Kenneth N. Waltz -- Part IX. Revolution, unconventional warfare, and terrorism -- The strategic logic of terrorism / Martha Crenshaw -- Religious radicalism and political violence / Mark Juergensmeyer -- Speech to the American people / Osama Bin Ladin -- Jihadi networks of terror / Mark Sageman -- Science of guerrilla warfare / T.E. Lawrence -- On guerrilla warfare / Mao Tse-Tung -- Patterns of violence in world politics / Samuel P. Huntington -- Insurgency and counterinsurgency / David Galula -- Principles, imperatives, and paradoxes of counterinsurgency / Eliot Cohen, Conrad Crane, Jan Horvath, and John Nagl -- A strategy of tactics : the folly of counterinsurgency / Gian P. Gentile -- Part X. New threats and strategies for peace -- Environmental changes as causes of acute conflict / Thomas F. Homer-Dixon -- Ecoviolence / Indra De Soysa -- A world of liberty under law / G. John Ikenberry and Anne-Marie Slaughter -- China : can the next superpower eise without war? / Richard K. Betts and Thomas J. Christensen -- Peace among civilizations? / Samuel P. Huntington.

Subject Term
World politics -- 1989-
 
War.
 
Peace.

Added Author
Betts, Richard K., 1947-


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