Leadership and Transformative Ambition in International Relations

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Edward Elgar Publishing, Oct 31, 2013 - Political Science - 200 pages
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Providing a critique of international relations theory and a critical examination of how leaders with transformative ambition change domestic and international politics, this book will appeal to leadership, politics and international relations academic

 

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Contents

Introduction
1
Otto von Bismarck reconsidered
11
ambition as political survival
35
3 Personality and political ambition
54
a theoretical critique
81
5 Aristotles idea of magnanimity and transformative ambition
100
regime politics and character
127
democracy empire and the Peloponnesian War
146
Conclusion
172
References
177
Index
186
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