A&C Black, 18.6.2002 - 317 sivua
This account of state-systems, which derives not from theoretical models but from the study of state-systems that have actually existed, emphasizes their moral or normative bases. It argues that a system of states presupposes a common culture. The essays deal with the concept of systems of states: the state-systems of Hellas; Hellas and Persia; the geographical and chronological boundaries of the modern states-system; international legitimacy; and triangles and duels. An introductory chapter by Hedley Bull draws the essays together and provides an account of Martin Wright's life and thought.
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Sea Power and Land Power
Vital Interests and Prestige
The Pattern of Power
The League of Nations
The United Nations
The Arms Race
The Grading of Powers
accepted affairs agreed alliance allies American armaments arms attempt Austria balance of power became become Britain British cause century chapter China civil claim common Communist Conference Council Covenant decisive defeat described diplomacy disarmament doctrine dominant power economic effective Empire England established Europe European example existence Family Compact forces foreign France French frontier Germany give independence interests international politics international society intervention Italy Japan kind land later League less limited London maintain means middle military moral Napoleon natural naval never nineteenth nuclear organization peace perhaps position power politics principle question race reason regarded relations revolutionary Russia Second Second World seen sense settlement side Soviet Spain states-system status strength successful territorial tradition treaty Union United Nations universal wars weapons Western whole World War
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