Violent Peace: Militarized Interstate Bargaining in Latin America

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Columbia University Press, Apr 5, 2001 - Political Science - 398 pages
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Contents

Explaining the Use of Force in Foreign Policy
3
2 Latin Americas Violent Peace
28
Analyzing Latin Americas Violent Peace
53
3 The Myth of Hegemonic Management
55
4 Democracy Restrained Leadership and the Use of Military Force
84
5 The Distribution of Power and Military Conflict
109
Illustrations from the Beagle Channel Dispute
132
Suggestions from the EcuadorPeru Dispute
160
Conclusion
191
Prospects for Diminishing Its Use
193
Argentine and Chilean Behavior in the Beagle Dispute 19771984
210
Notes
213
Bibliography
263
Index
287
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David R. Mares is professor of political science and adjunct professor at the Graduate School of International Relations / Pacific Studies, University of California-San Diego. His publications include Penetrating the International Market and Civil-Military Relations.


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