Table of contents for Accommodating rising powers past, present, and future / edited by T.V. Paul, McGill University.


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Part I. Mechanisms of Accommodation: 1. The accommodation of rising powers in world politics T. V. Paul; 2. Realism, balance of power, and power transitions Steven E. Lobell; 3. Globalization, interdependence, and major power accommodation Philip Potter; 4. What would E. H. Carr say? How international institutions address peaceful political change Krzysztof J. Pelc; 5. The responsibility to accommodate: ideas and change Mlada Bukovansky; Part II. Historical Cases: 6. Seizing the day or passing the baton? Power, illusion, and the British Empire Ali Zeren and John A. Hall; 7. The US accommodation of communist China Lorenz M. Lüthi; 8. Accommodation and containment: Great Britain and Germany prior to the two world wars Martin Claar and Norrin M. Ripsman; 9. Did the US and the Allies fail to accommodate Japan in the 1920s and the 1930s? Jeffrey W. Taliaferro; Part III. Contemporary Cases: 10. China's bargaining strategies for a peaceful accommodation after the Cold War Kai He; 11. Partial accommodation without conflict: India as a rising link power Aseema Sinha; 12. Brazil: revising the status quo with soft power? David R. Mares; 13. Prospects for the accommodation of a resurgent Russia Nicola Contessi; Part IV. Conclusions: 14. Great power accommodation and the processes of international politics Theodore McLauchlin.


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Middle powers.
World politics -- 20th century.
World politics -- 21st century.
Middle powers -- Case studies.
World politics -- 20th century -- Case studies.
World politics -- 21st century -- Case studies.