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Contents Preface and Acknowledgements I. Introduction 1. Communities of Practice in International Relations II. Cognitive Evolution 2. From Being to Becoming: Cognitive Evolution and a Theory of Non-equilibrium in International Relations 3. Cognitive Evolution: A Dynamic Approach for the Study of International Relations and Their Progress 4. Seizing the Middle Ground: Constructivism in World Politics III. Epistemic Communities 5. Ideological "Guerrillas" and the Quest for Technological Autonomy: Brazil's Domestic Computer Industry 6. The Emergence of Cooperation: National Epistemic Communities and the International Evolution of the Idea of Nuclear Arms Control IV. Security Communities 7. Imagined (Security) Communities: Cognitive Regions in International Relations 8. Condition(s) of Peace V. Identity and Peace in the Middle East 9. A Mediterranean Canon and an Israeli Prelude to Long-Term Peace 10. Changing Identities: The Road to Peace
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