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Table of Contents
|How to Think about World Politics|
|Realism and Its Critics||p. 1|
|"The Tragedy of Great Power Politics"||p. 2|
|"International Systems: Vicious Circles and Virtuous Circles"||p. 17|
|"Constructing International Politics"||p. 30|
|"Searching for the Princess?"||p. 36|
|Continuity and Change in World Politics||p. 42|
|"Historical Reality vs. Neo-Realist Theory"||p. 43|
|"The Use and Abuse of History: Munich, Vietnam and Iraq"||p. 50|
|Levels of Analysis|
|The Making of Foreign Policy||p. 62|
|"The Causes of Nuclear Proliferation"||p. 63|
|"The War over Israel's Influence" with responses||p. 69|
|"The Iraq Syndrome"||p. 73|
|"The Iraq War of 2003"||p. 80|
|War and Violence in World Politics|
|The Realist's World||p. 89|
|"Theories of War in an Era of Leading-Power Peace"||p. 90|
|"The Next War of the World"||p. 109|
|"After Proliferation: What to Do if More States Go Nuclear"||p. 118|
|"Terrorphobia: Our False Sense of Insecurity"||p. 123|
|International Law and Organization|
|The Promise of Liberal Institutionalism||p. 132|
|"International Institutions: Can Interdependence Work?"||p. 133|
|"Leading Through Law"||p. 142|
|"Why the Security Council Failed"||p. 148|
|"The Illusion of U.N. Security Council Reform"||p. 159|
|The Human Rights Revolution|
|The Construction of International Norms||p. 171|
|"Transnational Politics, International Relations Theory, and Human Rights"||p. 172|
|"Raising Expectations?: Civil Society's Influence on Human Rights and U.S. Foreign Policy"||p. 179|
|"Making Human Rights Treaties Work: Global Legal Information and Human Rights in the 21st Century"||p. 192|
|"Humanitarian Intervention after Iraq: Legal Ideals vs. Military Realities"||p. 196|
|The Consequences of Liberal Commercialism||p. 207|
|"How the World Works"||p. 208|
|"Trade Talk"||p. 219|
|"Meeting the China Challenge"||p. 226|
|"Trading in Illusions"||p. 236|
|"Sinking Globalization"||p. 243|
|Transnational Actors and Issues|
|The State System Under Stress||p. 251|
|"Power Shift"||p. 252|
|"What Resource Wars?"||p. 269|
|"The Connection Has Been Reset"||p. 277|
|Global Futures||p. 284|
|"History's Back: Ambitious Autocracies, Hesitant Democracies"||p. 285|
|"The Dell Theory of Conflict Prevention"||p. 290|
|"The Clash of Civilizations?"||p. 300|
|"The Case Against the West: America and Europe in the Asian Century"||p. 308|
|"Let Women Rule"||p. 317|
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