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Essentials of international relations

Author: Mingst, Karen A. Publisher: Norton 2001.Edition: 2nd ed.Language: EnglishDescription: 314 p. : Ill./Maps ; 24 cm.ISBN: 0393977226Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index and glossary
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Includes bibliographical references and index and glossary

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Essentials of international relations List of Maps Preface Approaches to International Relations THINKING THEORETICALLY 3 DEVELOPING ANSWERS 4 THE History ... Xlll xi 4 Philosophy 6 9 10 Behavioralism Alternative Methods INTEGRATING T H E ANSWERS 12 IN SUM: MAKING SENSE INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS 14 OF WHERE WE GO F R O M HERE? 1 5 DO The Historical Context of Contemporary International Relations THEPRE-WESTPHALIAN WORLD Rome: Governing of an Empire 18 18 18 Greece and the City-state System of lnteractions The Middle Ages: Centralization and Decentralization 21 23 The Late Middle Ages: Developing Transnational Networks T H E E M E R G E N CO F E E U R O P EN I THE THE WESTPHALIAN SYSTEM 2 6 29 NINETEENTH E N T U R Y 28 C 29 The Aftermath of Revolution: Core Principles Peace at the Core of the European System Balance of Power 32 The Breakdown: Solidification of Alliances 35 T H E INTERWAR YEARS N D W O R L D A R 11 A W T H E C O L DW A R 4 0 Origins of the Cold War 40 36 The Cold W a r as a Series of Confrontations The Cold W a r as a Long Peace 44 51 T H E POST-COLD W A R E R A 53 I N S U M :L E A R N I N G FROM HISTORY 55 3 Contending Perspectives: How to Think about International Relations Theoretically THEORYND A THE 57 LEVELS ANALYSIS 6 0 OF LIBERALISM D NEOLIBERAL AN INSTITUTIONALISM3 6 REALISM N D NEOREALISM67 A T H E RADICAL PERSPECTIVE71 CONSTRUCTIVISM 76 THEORYN ACTION:ANALYZING E G U L FW A R 77 I TH 4 The International System T H E NOTIONO F A 83 SYSTEM 8 3 T H E INTERNATIONAL SYSTEM ACCORDINGO LIBERALS 8 4 T T H E IN'I'ERNATIONAL SYSTEM ACCORDING REALISTS 8 6 TO Polarity 86 91 Stratification l l o w the International System Changes 93 T H E INTERNATIONAL SYSTEM C C O R D I N G RADICALS9 4 A TO The State T H E STATE N D A OFTHE THE NATION 1 0 1 CONTENDING CONCEPTUALIZATIONS S'I'A'I'E 102 T h e Liberal V i e w of the Stute T h e Realist View of thc State T h e Radical V i e w of the State 103 103 104 104 Contrusting the Liberal, Realist, and Radical Views T H E NATURE F STATEPOWER 1 0 5 O Natural Sources of Powcr Tangible Sources of Power Intangible Sources of Power T h e Art ofL)iplomacy Economic Statecraft T h e Use of Force Game 7lteory 1 17 1 16 106 109 109 USING STATEPOWER 1 1 1 1 11 1 13 MODELS F O R E I G N - P O L ID E C I S I O N M A K I N G OF CY 1 19 T h e Rational Model T h e Plztralist Model 1 19 122 124 T h e BureuztcraticlOrganizational Model CHALLENGES T H E STATE 1 2 6 TO I N S U MT H E STATE N D CHALLENGES : A BEYOND 1 2 8 The Individual FOREIGN-POLICY ELITES: N D I V I D U A L SW H O MATTER 132 ~ T h e Impact o j Elites: External Conditions 133 131 6 T h e Impact of Elites: T h e Personality Factor Individual Decisionmaking 1 38 information-Processing Mechanisms 140 135 PRIVATE INDIVIDUALS MASS PUBLICS 145 143 Elites and Masses: C o m m o n Traits 146 T h e Impact of Public Opinion o n Elites 147 Mass Actions by a Leaderless Public 149 I N S U M :HOWMUCHD O INDIVIDUALS MATTER? 1 5 0 1 War and Strife APPROACHES MANAGING TO INSECURITY Liberal Approaches 1 54 Realist Approaches 160 153 T H ECAUSES F WAR 1 6 6 O T h e Individual: Realist and Liberal Interpretations 1 67 State and Society: Liberal and Radical Explanations 168 T h e International System: Realist and Radical Interpretations T h e Case of Yugoslavia 1 7 3 170 TYPES F WARFARE1 7 6 O General W a r 177 Limited W a r 1 7 7 Civil W a r 178 Terrorism 178 I N S U M :INTERNATIONAL SECURITY, O L DA N D NEW 1 8 0 8 International Political Economy CONTENDING THEORETICAL APPROACHES 8 4 1 Realism: Statism or Mercantilism Economic Liberalism 186 184 187 Radicalism: Marxist and Dependency Alternatives POWER, COMPETITION,D DEVELOPMENTT H E AN IN INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL ECONOMY 192 T h e New International Economic Order: Liberalism versus Radicalism 192 Competitive Trading Blocs: Liberalism versus Statism 195 THE ROLEO F INSTITUTIONS MANAGING IN POWER, AN 202 COMPETITION,D DEVELOPMENT T h e Bretton Woods Institutions 203 Multinational Corporations: Stimulating Development or Instruments of Exploitation? 209 Nongovernmental Organizations: N e w Actors in the International Political Economy 2 12 I N S U M :E C O N O M IC O N V E R G E NA NE D I V E R G E N C E 14 C CD 2 The Quest for Global Governance TRADITIONAL LIBERAL APPROACHES 18 2 International Law 2 18 2 23 International Organizations REALIST VIEWS INTERNATIONAL A N D ORGANIZATION OF LAW 238 THE RADICAL VIEWO F INTERNATIONAL LAW A N D ORGANIZATION 240 TOWARD BROADER A VIEWO F GLOBAL GOVERNANCE 241 Nongovernmental Organizations 2 4 1 Transgovernmental Coalitions 243 Transnational Communities of Experts International Regimes 245 244 PUTTING THE P I E C E S F GLOBAL O GOVERNANCE TOGETHER246 Globalizing Issues THE E N V I R O N M E N2 5 2 T Conceptual Perspectives Population Issues 253 2 53 Natural Resource Issues Pollution 257 258 262 A Theoreticul Take HUMAN RIGHTS 2 6 5 Conceptualizing kkuman Rights Enforcing Human Rights 266 267 270 27 1 Other Human Rights Actors Women's Rights as Human Rights IMPACT OF GLOBALIZINGU E S ISS 273 I N S U M :C H A N G I NYOU 2 7 8 G Glossary Index

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