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Rivalries and Crisis Bargaining

 

Rivalries and Crisis Bargaining

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This invaluable text assesses the current research and theory on the causes of both war and peace. In a completely new set of chapters, leading international relations scholars explore the role of territorial disputes, power, alliances, arms races, rivalry, and nuclear weapons in bringing about war; the outcomes and consequences of war; and the factors that promote peace, including democracy, norms, capitalist economies, and stable borders. The third edition includes a new section on emerging trends in research on cyber war, the environment and climate change, leaders, war financing, and trends in interstate conflict. Reviewing fifty years of scientific research, the contributors provide an accessible and up-to-date overview of current knowledge and an agenda for future research.

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Akcinaroglu, Seden and Elizabeth Radziszewski. 2021. "Rivalries and Crisis Bargaining." In What Do We Know About War, eds. Sara McLaughlin Mitchell and John A. Vasquez. New York: Rowman and Littlefield. https://rowman.com/ISBN/9781538140093/What-Do-We-Know-about-War-Third-Edition

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Elizabeth Radziszewski
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