Table of contents for International relations : the global condition in the late twentieth century / Frederic S. Pearson, J. Martin Rochester.
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PART I: Introduction
Chapter 1: The Study of International Relations, or Getting a Handle on the World
Chapter 2: A Glimpse into the Past: The Historical Development of the International System
Chapter 3: A Bird’s-Eye View of the Present: The Contemporary International System
PART II: National Actors and International Interactions
Chapter 4: Describing Foreign Policy Behavior: What is it Nation-States Do?
Chapter 5: Explaining Foreign Policy Behavior: Why Do Nation-States Do What they Do?
Chapter 6: The Foreign Policy Process: A View from the Inside
Chapter 7: Playing the Game of International Relations: Diplomacy before Force
Chapter 8: Breakdown in the Game: The Resort to Armed Force
PART III: International Institutions
Chapter 9: International Law: Myth or Reality?
Chapter 10: International Organizations: Links Between Governments and Between Peoples
PART IV: The Global Condition: The Policies of Global Problem Solving
Chapter 11: The Control of Violence: Arms Races and Arms Control in the Nuclear Age
Chapter 12: The Control of Violence: Confronting Terrorism and Unorthodox Violence
Chapter 13: The Promotion of Prosperity: Keeping the World Economy Running
Chapter 14: Economic Development: Bridging the Rich-Poor Gap
Chapter 15: The Management of Resources: Negotiating the World’s Troubled Waters, Land, and Air
PART V: Conclusion
Chapter 16: Toward the Year 2001 and Beyond
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