Force and Statecraft: Diplomatic Challenges of Our Time
Oxford University Press, 2007 - History - 298 pages
This title is divided into three parts: the first section is a survey of international history and diplomacy; the second part is about specific problems; and the third explores ethics and other restraints on force and statecraft.
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Force and Statecraft: Diplomatic Problems of Our Time
Gordon Alexander Craig,Alexander L. George
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