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Conflict After the Cold War, Updated Edition

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9780321209467

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032120946X
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Pub. Date:
1/1/2005
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Summary

Edited by one of the most renowned experts in the field, this collection helps readers understand the causes of wars and examines the question: can we make war obsolete? With new readings on terrorism and unconventional warfare, this volume introduces readers to the types of political violence that have come back with such horrifying force in the beginning of the 21st Century. DOES WAR HAVE A FUTURE?; ANARCHY AND POWER; INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTIONS AND COOPERATION; PSYCHOLOGY AND CULTURE; ECONOMIC INTERESTS AND INTERDEPENDENCE; POLITICAL IDEOLOGY AND IDENTITY; MILITARY TECHNOLOGY; TERRORISM AND UNCONVENTIONAL WARFARE. Anyone interested in understanding why political violence--terrorism, warfare, unconventional warfare--happens and if it can be stopped.

Table of Contents

Preface ix
Part I Introduction: Does War Have a Future? 1(50)
FRANCIS FUKUYAMA
The End of History?
5(12)
JOHN J. MEARSHEIMER
Why We Will Soon Miss the Cold War
17(16)
SAMUEL P. HUNTINGTON
The Clash of Civilizations?
33(18)
Part II International Realism: Anarchy and Power 51(66)
THUCYDIDES
The Melian Dialogue
55(5)
NICCOLÒ MACHIAVELLI
Doing Evil in Order to Do Good
60(5)
THOMAS HOBBES
The State of Nature and the State of War
65(4)
EDWARD HALLETT CARR
Realism and Idealism
69(17)
KENNETH N. WALTZ
The Origins of War in Neorealist Theory
86(7)
ROBERT GILPIN
Hegemonic War and International Change
93(12)
GEOFFREY BLAINEY
Power, Culprits, and Arms
105(12)
Part III International Liberalism: Institutions and Cooperation 117(42)
IMMANUEL KANT
Perpetual Peace
121(7)
HEDLEY BULL
Society and Anarchy in International Relations
128(11)
ROBERT O. KEOHANE and JOSEPH S. NYE
Power and Interdependence
139(7)
JOHN MUELLER
The Obsolescence of Major War
146(13)
Part IV Psychology and Culture: Unconscious Sources of Conflict and Conscious Norms 159(60)
SIGMUND FREUD
Why War?
163(8)
FRANCO FORNARI
The Psychoanalysis of War
171(5)
MARGARET MEAD
Warfare Is Only an Invention-Not a Biological Necessity
176(5)
ALEXANDER WENDT
Anarchy Is What States Make of It
181(21)
MARTHA FINNEMORE
Constructing Norms of Humanitarian Intervention
202(17)
Part V Economics: Interests and Interdependence 219(68)
NICCOLÒ MACHIAVELLI
Money Is Not the Sinews of War, Although It Is Generally So Considered
223(3)
NORMAN ANGELL
The Great Illusion
226(2)
GEOFFREY BLAINEY
Paradise Is a Bazaar
228(8)
V.I. LENIN
Imperialism, the Highest Stage of Capitalism
236(7)
JOSEPH SCHUMPETER
Imperialism and Capitalism
243(9)
ALAN S. MILWARD
War as Policy
252(12)
KENNETH N. WALTZ
Structural Causes and Economic Effects
264(10)
RICHARD ROSECRANCE
Trade and Power
274(13)
Part VI Politics: Ideology and Identity 287(70)
MICHAEL W. DOYLE
Liberalism and World Politics
291(16)
ERNEST GELLNER
Nations and Nationalism
307(11)
EDWARD D. MANSFIELD and JACK SNYDER
Democratization and War
318(13)
CHAIM KAUFMANN
Possible and Impossible Solutions to Ethnic Civil Wars
331(18)
RADHA KUMAR
The Troubled History of Partition
349(8)
Part VII Strategy, I: Military Technology, Doctrine, and Stability 357(88)
SAMUEL P. HUNTINGTON
Arms Races: Prerequisites and Results
361(21)
ROBERT JERVIS
Cooperation Under the Security Dilemma
382(16)
SCOTT D. SAGAN
1914 Revisited
398(13)
JACK S. LEVY
The Offensive/Defensive Balance of Military Technology
411(12)
CHARLES H. FAIRBANKS; JR. and ABRAM N. SHULSKY
Arms Control: The Historical Experience
423(10)
KENNETH N. WALTZ
The Spread of Nuclear Weapons: More May Be Better
433(12)
Part VIII Strategy, II: Terrorism and Unconventional Warfare 445(92)
T.E. LAWRENCE
Science of Guerrilla Warfare
449(8)
MAO TSE-TUNG
On Guerrilla Warfare
457(10)
SAMUEL P. HUNTINGTON
Patterns of Violence in World Politics
467(24)
MARTHA CRENSSHAW
The Strategic Logic of Terrorism
491(14)
MARK JUERGENSMEYER
Religious Radicalism and Political Violence
505(15)
RICHARD K. BETTS
The Soft Underbelly of Primacy
520(17)
Part IX Transnational Tensions: Migration, Resources, and Environment 537(46)
MYRON WEINER
Security, Stability, and Migration
541(16)
JOHN K. COOLEY
The War Over Water
557(10)
THOMAS F. HOMER-DIXON
Environmental Changes as Causes of Acute Conflict
567(16)
Part X Conclusion: The Future Between Contending Forces 583
ELIOT A. COHEN
A Revolution in Warfare
585(12)
RICHARD K. BETTS
The Delusion of Impartial Intervention
597(11)
ROBERT O. KEOHANE and JOSEPH S. NYE
Power, Interdependence, and the Information Age
608(10)
BENJAMIN R. BARBER
Jihad Vs. Mc World
618


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