Ways of War and Peace: Realism, Liberalism, and Socialism

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Norton, 1997 - Political Science - 557 pages
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Table of Contents
Preface 9
Introduction: The Politics of Peace and War 15
Pt. 1 Realism
Introduction. The Range of Realism 41
1 Complex Realism: Thucydides 49
2 Fundamentalism: Machiavelli 93
3 Structuralism: Hobbes 111
4 Constitutionalism: Rousseau 137
5 Balancing Power Classically 161
Conclusion. Realists: Explaining Differences 195
Pt. 2 Liberalism
Introduction. The Varieties of Liberalism 205
6 Rights and Interests ... and Institutions: Locke and Bentham 213
7 Commercial Pacifism: Smith and Schumpeter 230
8 Internationalism: Kant 251
Conclusion. Liberals and Realists: Explaining Differences 301
Pt. 3 Socialism
Introduction. A Great Betrayal? - 1914, Marxism, and Leninism 315
9 Development and Class Solidarities: Marx and Engels 322
10 War and Revolution: Lenin 340
Conclusion. "Beyond Betrayal" - Marxists, Leninists, and Nationalists 365
Pt. 4 Conscience and Power
Introduction. Hard Choices and International law 383
11 International Intervention 389
12 International Distribution 421
Pt. 5 Futures
Conclusion: Futures 455
Bibliography 503
Index 539

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