Between Peace and War: The Nature of International Crisis
"Lebow has produced a significant work on international crises and their relationship to international politics. His integration of history and international relations theory is particularly laudatory, and he draws some important conclusions concerning deterrence theory and crisis management."--Jerel A. Rosati, American Political Science Review.
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