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Conflict in World Politics

Advances in the Study of Crisis, War and Peace (Advances in Political Science)

By Frank P. Harvey (Edited by), Ben D. Mor (Edited by)

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Format: Hardcover, 366 pages, 1998 Edition
Other Information: biography
Published In: United Kingdom, 01 February 1998
At a time when international relations theory is being criticized for its lack of relevance, this book seeks to uncover theoretical and empirical knowledge about international conflict, crisis and war by exploring and testing new avenues of research. With chapters on enduring rivalries, crisis bargaining, world wars, strategic surprise, defence allocations, war termination and conflict resolution, the contributors collectively develop a stronger foundation for answering pressing questions about the onset, escalation and de-escalation of different forms of international violence from nineteenth century conflict to nuclear crises.

Table of Contents

List of Figures - List of Tables - Notes on Contributors - Acknowledgements - Introduction - Conflict, Crisis and War: Cumulation, Criticism, Rejoinder; M.Brecher & F.Harvey - PART 1: CONFLICT - Satisfaction, Capabilities, and the Evolution of Enduring Rivalries, 1816-1990: A Statistical Analysis of a Game Theoretic Model; Z.Maoz & B.D.Mor - Foreign Policy Choices and Domestic Politics: A Re-examination of the Link Between Domestic and International Conflict; P.K.Huth & E.Lust-Okar - Loss Aversion, Framing, and Bargaining: The Implications of Prospect Theory for International Conflict; J.S.Levy - PART 2: CRISIS - Crisis Escalation: A New Model and Findings; M.Brecher - Nuclear Crisis as a Multi-Stage Threat Game: Towards an Agenda for Comparative Research; F.P.Harvey & P.James - Interstate Rivalry and the Study of Militarized Conflict; P.R.Hensel - PART 3: WAR AND PEACE - The Steps to War in Europe, 1933-1941; J.A.Vasquez - Threat Perception and Surprise: In Search of the Intervening Variable; A.Ben-Zvi - Democratic Change and Defence Allocation in East Asia; S.Chan - A Prospect-Based Analysis of War Termination; A.Mintz & N.Geva - Camp David: Was the Agreement Fair?; S.J.Brams & J.M.Togman - Appendix: Survey of War Literature by Category - Bibliography - Index

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EAN: 9780333681985
ISBN: 0333681983
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
Dimensions: 21.59 x 13.97 x 2.54 centimetres (0.69 kg)
Age Range: 15+ years
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