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This book is about international relations, which is the study of the interactions of states and other actors in global politics. It begins by examining a unique characteristic of international relations - war. It first seeks to discover the causes of war by looking at historical cases.
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Ziegler's book is a very readable, balanced overview of what most people see as the key question in national . The primary approach of the book is two-fold. First there are some historical examples of times of crisis in war and peace.
The primary approach of the book is two-fold. First there are some historical examples of times of crisis in war and peace
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Chapter 2 World War Iand World War II For the forty years following the wars of Bismarck, the military staffs of all the major European countries based their planning on three lessons learned in those wars. Wars are an inexpensive means of attaining for eign policy goals.
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War, Peace, and International Politics, Eighth Edition, begins by examining a unique characteristic of international relations: war. The text seeks to discover the causes of war by looking at historical cases and moves from these cases to theories about the causes of war. It then looks at a variety of proposals for eliminating war, or, if not eliminating, then reducing its incidence or ameliorating its effects. Ten different approaches to reducing conflict are assessed for weaknesses and strengths.