Between Anarchy and Hierarchy: A Theory of International Politics and Foreign Policy

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Edward Elgar Publishing, Jan 1, 1995 - Political Science - 222 pages
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'When the epistemology is sound, intelligence and hard work are sure to bring progress, as they have in this ambitious book by Robert Lieshout. Even some people, like me, who are not specialists in international relations, will find it useful.'&lt
 

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Contents

Introduction
1
Epistemology
4
The Explanatory Principle
26
Interaction
54
Behavioural Theory and Game Theory
74
Change and its Consequences
89
Decision Making and the Management of Conflict in Anarchical Systems
112
Decision Making and the Management of Conflict in Hierarchical Systems
143
International Politics and Foreign Policy
174
List of Definitions
196
The Structure of the Argument
200
Bibliography
206
Index of Names and Subjects
217
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