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War (SAGE Library of International Relations)

Editat de Paul F. Diehl
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This Six-volume collection is the first to bring together the world's seminal writings on war. Edited and introduced by Paul F. Diehl, the volumes constitute eighty-seven selections thematically organised across six volumes: -Concepts, Measurement and Patterns
-General Theoretical Approaches and Domestic Factors
-National, Dyadic and Systemic Correlates of Conflict
-The Moderation and Outcomes of Conflict.
Part 1: Introduces and reviews the key conceptual and definitional issues, identifies the major historical patterns, and signals future trends.
Part 2: Reviews the major theoretical approaches to conflict together with the key decision-making models, and provides an overview of the domestic political influences on war, such as military technology, gender and environmental conditions.
Part 3: Focuses on the correlates of conflict at three levels: within individual states; between pairs of states; and at a systemic level. Topics covered include regime change, culture, arms races, geography, the role of alliances, and power distributions.
Part 4: Examines the main theories of conflict moderation: democratic peace; trade and interdependence; deterrence; and international institutions. The final sections review the expansion, settlement and renewal of conflict.
Together the volume sets combine to provide an unparalleled resource providing both broad coverage of the subject and historical depth and contemporary relevance.
Series Description:
The SAGE Library of International Relations is a new series of major works that will bring together the most influential and field-defining articles, both classical and contemporary, in a number of key areas of research and inquiry in International Relations.
Each multi-volume set will represent a collection of the essential published works collated from the foremost publications in the field by an Editor or Editorial Team of renowned international stature.
They will also include a full introduction, presenting a rationale for the selection and mapping out the discipline's past, present and likely future.
This series is designed to be a 'gold standard' for university libraries throughout the world with an interest in International Relations.
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Specificații

ISBN-13: 9781412903738
ISBN-10: 1412903734
Pagini: 2536
Dimensiuni: 156 x 234 x 146 mm
Greutate: 0.01 kg
Ediția: Six-Volume Set
Editura: SAGE Publications
Colecția Sage Publications Ltd
Seria SAGE Library of International Relations

Locul publicării: London, United Kingdom

Cuprins

VOLUME ONE: CONCEPTS, MEASUREMENT AND PATTERNS IN THE STUDY OF WAR
PART ONE: STUDYING WAR: CONCEPTUAL CONCERNS
The Concept of Security - David Baldwin
What Is War? - Carl von Clausewitz
Conceptualizing War - Benjamin Most and Harvey Starr
Consequences for Theory and Research
Advancing the Scientific Study of War - Stuart Bremer
Opportunity and Willingness as Ordering Concepts in the Study of War - Harvey Starr
PART TWO: IDENTIFYING WARS AND SERIOUS CONFLICT
Analytic Problems in the Identification of Wars - Jack Levy
The Correlates of War Data on War - Meredith Reid Sarkees
An Update to 1997
Militarized Interstate Disputes,1816-1992 - Daniel Jones, Stuart Bremer and J David Singer
Rationale, Coding Rules and Empirical Patterns
Identifying Rivals and Rivalries in World Politics - William Thompson
PART THREE: HISTORICAL PATTERNS IN WARFARE
General Patterns
Origins and Evolution of War and Politics - Claudio Cioffi-Revilla
Inter-State, Intra-State and Extra-State Wars - Meredith Sarkees, Frank Wayman and J David Singer
A Comprehensive Look at Their Distribution over Time
How Much War Will We See? Explaining the Prevalence of Civil War - Ibrahim Elbadawi and Nicholas Sambanis
Key Changes
The Obsolescence of Major War - John Mueller
International Relations Theory and the End of the Cold War - John Lewis Gaddis
New and Old Wars - Mary Kaldor
Organized Violence in a Global Era
New Wars and Rumors of 'New Wars' - Errol Henderson and J David Singer
PART FOUR: FUTURE TRENDS
Why We Will Soon Miss the Cold War - John Mearsheimer
The Clash of Civilizations? - Samuel P Huntington
The Coming Anarchy - Robert D Kaplan
People against States - Ted Robert Gurr
Ethnopolitical Conflict and the Changing World System
VOLUME TWO: GENERAL THEORETICAL APPROACHES AND DOMESTIC FACTOR
PART ONE: GENERAL THEORETICAL APPROACHES TO CONFLICT
Realpolitik
Is Anyone Still a Realist? - Jeffrey Legro and Andrew Moravcsik
Structural Realism and the Causes of War - Patrick James
The Security Dilemma and Ethnic Conflict - Barry Posen
The Realist Paradigm and Degenerative versus Progressive Research Programs - John Vasquez
An Appraisal of Neotraditional Research on Waltz's Balancing Proposition
Rational Choice
Rationalist Explanations for War - James Fearon
Rigor or Rigor Mortis? Rational Choice in Security Studies - Stephen Walt
Constructivism
Violence and the Social Construction of Identity - James Fearon and David Laitin
Constructivist Security Studies - Theo Farrell
Portrait of a Research Program
A Survey of Approaches to Ethnic Conflict
Ethnic and Nationalist Violence - Rogers Brubaker and David Laitin
PART TWO: DECISION-MAKING MODELS
Expected Utility and Its Alternatives
An Expected Utility Theory of International Conflict - Bruce Bueno de Mesquita
Contextualizing and Critiquing the Poliheuristic Theory - Eric Stern
Psychological
Misperception and the Causes of War - Jack Levy
Theoretical Linkages and Analytical Problems
How Decision Units Shape Foreign Policy - Margaret Hermann
A Theoretical Framework
Prospect Theory, Rational Choice and International Relations - Jack Levy
Bureaucratic Factors
Conceptual Models and the Cuban Missile Crisis - Graham Allison
PART THREE: DOMESTIC POLITICAL INFLUENCES
Diversionary Theory
The Diversionary Theory of War - Jack Levy
A Critique
Environmental Conditions
On the Threshold - Thomas Homer-Dixon
Environmental Changes as Causes of Acute Conflict
Armed Conflict and the Environment - Nils Petter Gleditsch
Military Strategy and Technology
Offense, Defense and the Causes of War - Stephen Van Evera
Domestic Unrest
Revolution and War - Stephen Walt
Gender
Gender, Violence and International Crisis - Mary Caprioli and Mark Boyer
Societal Conditions
Ethnic Conflict and Civil Society - Ashutosh Varshney
India and beyond
Ethnicity, Insurgency and Civil War - James Fearon and David Laitin
VOLUME THREE: NATIONAL DYADIC AND SYSTEMIC CORRELATES OF CONFLICT
PART ONE: CHARACTERISTICS OF STATES AND PAIRS OF STATES
Regime Change
Democratization and the Danger of War - Edward Mansfield and Jack Snyder
Culture
Culture or Contiguity - Errol Henderson
Ethnic Conflict, the Similarity of States and the Onset of War, 1820-1989
Is There a Clash of Civilizations? Evidence from Patterns of International Conflict Involvement - Giacomo Chiozza
Arms Races
The Causes and Consequences of Arms Races - Charles Glaser
Nuclear Proliferation
The Perils of Proliferation - Scott Sagan
Organization Theory, Deterrence Theory and the Spread of Nuclear Weapons
Economic Factors and Modernization
The Market for Civil War - Paul Collier
Does Modernization Breed Ethnic Political Conflict? - Saul Newman
Development and War - Douglas Lemke
Geography
Why Do Neighbors Fight? Proximity, Interaction and Territoriality - John Vasquez
The Geography of Civil War - H Buhaug and Scott Gates
Alliances
Uncovering the Dangerous Alliances, 1495-1980 - Douglas Gibler and John Vasquez
Power Distributions
Power Shifts and Problem Shifts - Jonathan DiCicco and Jack Levy
The Evolution of the Power Transition Research Program
Asymmetric Conflicts - T V Paul
War Initiation by Weaker Powers
Declining Power and the Preventive Motivation for War - Jack Levy
Exploding the Powderkeg Myth - Dan Reiter
Preemptive Wars Almost Never Happen
War and the Cycle of Relative Power - Charles Doran and Wes Parsons
Systemic Influences
The Stability of a Unipolar World - William Wohlforth
The Stability of a Bipolar World - Kenneth Waltz
Multipolar Power Systems and International Stability - Karl Deutsch and J David Singer
War and Peace - Richard Rosecrance
VOLUME FOUR: THE MODERATION AND OUTCOMES OF CONFLICT
PART ONE: MODERATING FACTORS IN CONFLICT
Democratic Peace
In Search of the Democratic Peace - Steven Chan
Problems and Promise
Common Interests or Common Polities? Reinterpreting the Democratic Peace - Henry Farber and Joanne Gowa
Toward a Democratic Civil Peace? Democracy, Political Change and Civil War, 1816-1992 - Harvard Hegre et al
Trade and Interdependence
Globalization and Peace - Katherine Barbieri and Gerald Schneider
Assessing New Directions in the Study of Trade and Conflict
The Study of Interdependence and Conflict - Edward Mansfield and Brian Pollins
Deterrence
General Deterrence between Enduring Rivals - Paul Huth and Bruce Russett
Testing Three Competing Models
Deterrence - Richard Ned Lebow and Janice Stein
The Elusive Dependent Variable
Rigor Mortis, or Rigor, More Tests - Frank Harvey
Necessity, Sufficiency and Deterrence Logic
International Institutions
The False Promise of International Institutions - John Mearsheimer
PART TWO: THE EXPANSION OF CONFLICT
Opportunity, Willingness and the Diffusion of War, 1816-1965 - Randolph Siverson and Harvey Starr
Conditions of Successful Third-Party Intervention in Intrastate Conflict - Patrick Regan
Reevaluating Alliance Reliability - Brett Ashley Leeds, Andrew Long and Sara McLaughlin Mitchell
Specific Threats, Specific Promises
PART THREE: THE OUTCOMES OF CONFLICT
Short Term
The Duration of Interstate Wars, 1816-1985 - D Scott Bennett and Allan Stam
War Termination - Tansa George Massoud
How the Weak Win Wars - Ivan Arreguin-Toft
A Theory of Asymmetric Conflict
Democracy and Victory - Michael Desch
Why Regime Type Hardly Matters
The Critical Barrier to Civil War Settlement - Barbara Walter
Long Term
The Costs of Major Wars - A F K Organski and Jack Kugler
The Phoenix Factor
Civil Wars Kill and Maim People - Long after the Shooting Stops - Hazem Adam Ghobarah, Paul Huth and Bruce Russett
The Precarious Nature of Peace - Suzanne Werner
Resolving the Issues, Enforcing the Settlement and Renegotiating the Terms
War and the Survival of Political Leaders - Bruce Bueno de Mesquita and Randolph Siverson
A Comparative Study of Regime Types and Political Accountability
PART FOUR: THE RENEWAL OF CONFLICT
War-Weariness and Cumulative Effects - Jeffrey Pickering
Victors, Vanquished and Subsequent Interstate Intervention
The Path(s) to Rivalry - Douglas Stinnett and Paul F Diehl
Behavioral and Structural Explanations of Rivalry Development
Integrating and Testing Models of Rivalry Termination - D Scott Bennett