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International Politics By Robert J. Art

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International Politics: Enduring Concepts and Contemporary Issues: United States Edition by Robert J. Art

With an abundance of new essays reflecting the ever-changing landscape of world politics, the eighth edition of this renowned reader provides students with comprehensive coverage of the most important IR concepts, trends, and current issues.

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Table of Contents


PART 1 ANARCHY AND ITS CONSEQUENCES

Power and Morality in Statecraft

Hans J. Morgenthau Six Principles of Political Realism

J. Ann Tickner A Critique of Morgenthau's Principles of Political Realism

The Consequences of Anarchy

Kenneth N. Waltz The Anarchic Structure of World Politics

John J. Mearsheimer Anarchy and the Struggle for Power

Alexander Wendt Anarchy Is What States Make of It

The Mitigation of Anarchy

Kenneth A. Oye The Conditions for Cooperation in World Politics

Michael W. Doyle Kant, Liberal Legacies, and Foreign Affairs

Stephen M. Walt Alliances: Balancing and Bandwagoning

Hans J. Morgenthau The Future of Diplomacy

Stanley Hoffmann The Uses and Limits of International Law

Robert O. Keohane International Institutions

Adam Roberts The United Nations and International Security

PART 2 THE USES OF FORCE

The Political Uses of Force

Robert J. Art The Four Functions of Force

Thomas C. Schelling The Diplomacy of Violence

Robert J. Art Coercive Diplomacy

Robert Jervis Offense, Defense, and the Security Dilemma

*Bruce Hoffman What Is Terrorism?

The Political Utility of Force Today

Robert J. Art The Fungibility of Force

Robert A. Pape The Logic of Suicide Terrorism

The Spread of Nuclear Weapons

Scott D. Sagan Nuclear Instability in South Asia

Kenneth N. Waltz Nuclear Stability in South Asia

PART 3 THE INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL ECONOMY

Perspectives on Political Economy

Robert Gilpin The Nature of Political Economy

Robert O. Keohane Hegemony in the World Political Economy

Bruce R. Scott The Great Divide in the Global Village

The Meaning of Globalization

Jeffrey Frankel The Globalization of the International Economy

*Martin Wolf Will Globalization Survive?

Kenneth N. Waltz Globalization and Governance

The Pros and Cons of Globalization

Dani Rodrik Trading in Illusions

John Micklethwait Why the Globalization Backlash is Stupid

and Adrain Wooldridge

PART 4 CONTEMPORARY WORLD POLITICS

Conflict, War, and Terrorism

Robert Jervis The Era of Leading Power Peace

Samuel P. Huntington The Clash of Civilizations?

*Fareed Zakaria Why Do They Hate Us?

The Uses of, and Reactions to, U.S. Power

Robert Jervis Explaining the Bush Doctrine

*F. Gregory Gause III Can Democracy Stop Terrorism?

*Stephen M. Walt Taming American Power

Civil Wars, and Nation-Building

Chaim Kaufmann Possible and Impossible Solutions to Ethnic Civil Wars

*James Dobbins Nation-Building by the UN and the U.S.

*James L. Payne Deconstructing Nation Building

The Environment and Climate Change

Garrett Hardin The Tragedy of the Commons

*Thomas Homer-Dixon Environmental Changes as a Cause of Acute Conflict

*John Browne Beyond Kyoto

New Actors and New Forces

Margaret E. Keck Transnational Activists Networks

and Kathryn Sikkink

Rhoda E. Howard Human Rights in World Politics

and Jack Donnelly

*Daniel W. Drezner The State and Global Governance of the Internet

*Andrew Moravcsik Europe without Illusions

*Richard K. Betts and The Rise of China: Getting the Questions Right

Thomas J. Christensen

Moses Naim The Five Wars of Globalization

Stephen R. Ratner International Law: The Trials of Global Norms

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International Politics: Enduring Concepts and Contemporary Issues: United States Edition by Robert J. Art
Robert J. Art
Used - Very Good
Paperback
Pearson Education (US)
2006-06-23
608
0321436032
9780321436030
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