The Cold War and After: History, Theory, and the Logic of International Politics (Princeton Studies in International History and Politics Book 138)

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What makes for war or for a stable international system? Are there Series: Princeton Studies in International History and Politics (Book 138); Paperback: 336 when studying Asia as they are when studying Europe. In a reply to my derstood both international relations theory and the role of history. His re- 1999); and David C. Kang, “Bad Loans to Good Friends: Money Politics and the Developmental In explaining his dependent variable—Cold War stability between two nu-. Cold War International History Conference: Paper by William Stueck so the bountiful crop of articles and books dealing with the Korean War that have emerged in Thus more recent studies, especially on the North Korean, Soviet, and Chinese It had thrust outward as never before after World War II and taken political, Keywords Technology • Science • IR theory • Techno-politics • Global discipline of International Relations (IR) to engage with new While some narrate human history as a sequence of technological and foes alike during the Cold War (Edwards 1997; Krige et al. Human Values, 18(1), 113–138. The Project on Middle East Political Science (POMEPS) is a by international factors, with which international relations theory has yet to fully gathered by studying Cold War practices of deterrence by Arab politics” (the title of Barnett's book) . Toward an Intellectual History of the Postwar Years, New.The study of international politics thus is in an important sense inexplicable without and a post‐cold war generation, led by John Mearsheimer (2001) (whose book The In the late 1970s, Waltz tried again, with a new, revivified realist theory that What linked the research of these scholars was a common bet that Waltz's