Table of contents for International relations and world politics : security, economy, identity / Paul R. Viotti, Mark V. Kauppi.

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	Preface 00
Part I	Overview
Chapter 1	Introduction: Trends, Actors, Perspectives, and Concepts 00
Trends 00
Globalization and Interdependence 00
Crises of Authority 00
Connections and Cautions 00
Actors 00
States 00
International Organizations 00
Transnational Nongovernment Organizations 00
Individuals 00
Perspectives 00
How Realists See the World 00
How Pluralists or Liberals See the World 00
How Globalists-Global Economic Structuralists-See the World 00
How Others See the World-The English School, Social Constructionists, and 
Feminists 00
International Relations and World Politics: Security, Economy, Identity 00
Security, Economy, Identity 00
What Is a Theory, and Why Should You Care? 00
Critical and Postmodern Challenges to Positivist Science 00
Assessing the Challenge to Mainstream Science and Positivism 00
Normative Theory 00
Overview 00
Key Terms 00
Other Concepts 00
Additional Readings 00
Chapter 2	International Relations and World Politics in Historical Perspective 00
International Systems: Definition and Scope 00
Four Types of International Systems 00
Historical International Systems: An Overview 00
The Persian Empire 00
Classical Greece: Independent State and Hegemonic Systems 00
India: Independent State and Imperial Systems 00
The Roman Empire 00
Medieval Europe and the Feudal System 00
The Rise of the European Independent State System 00
The Emergence of Collective Hegemony 00
The Globalization of the European System 00
Twentieth-Century Hegemonic Systems in a Global Context 00
Dual Hegemony during the Cold War: A Closer Look 00
Conclusion 00
Afterword 00
Key Terms 00
Other Concepts 00
Additional Readings 00
Part II	State Security and Statecraft
Chapter 3	Interests, Objectives, and Power of States 00
Framework: Interests, Objectives, Threats, and Opportunities 00
Elements of the Framework 00
Policy-Making Conflicts over Interests and Objectives 00
Prioritization of Objectives 00
Competing Domestic and Foreign Policy Objectives 00
States versus Other Actors 00
Capabilities and Power: Translating Objectives into Realities 00
Political Capabilities 00
Social and Cultural Capabilities 00
Geographic, Economic, and Technological Capabilities 00
Military Capabilities 00
Measuring Power 00
Conclusion 00
Afterword 00
Key Terms 00
Other Concepts 00
Additional Readings 00
Chapter 4	Diplomacy: Managing Relations Among States 00
Definition and Scope 00
Diplomacy, Private Citizens, and NGOs 00
The Historical Development of Diplomacy 00
Diplomatic Machinery and Processes 00
Recognition of States and Governments 00
Diplomatic Immunities and Protections 00
The Organization of Diplomatic Missions 00
Diplomatic Incentives and Disincentives 00
The Ways and Means of Diplomatic Communications 00
Conclusion 00
Afterword 00
Key Terms 00
Other Concepts 00
Additional Readings 00
Chapter 5	War, Just Wars, and Armed Intervention 00
The Rationalities and Irrationalities of Interstate War 00
The Causes of War 00
International System Level of Analysis 00
Individual and Group Levels of Analysis 00
State and Societal Levels of Analysis 00
National Strategy and the Use of Force 00
Restraining War: Moral and Legal Principles and the Use of Force 00
Pacificism and Bellicism 00
Just-War Theory 00
Conduct during War 00
Noncombatants 00
Law, Armed Intervention, and World Politics 00
Intervention and Civil Wars 00
Humanitarian Intervention 00
Law, Force, and National Security 00
Conclusion 00
Afterword 00
Key Terms 00
Other Concepts 00
Additional Readings 00
Part III	International Security
Chapter 6	International Cooperation and Security: International Organizations, 
Alliances, and 
Coalitions 00
Anarchy, Cooperation, Harmony, and Discord 00
World Government 00
Alliances, Coalitions, and International Organizations 00
Collective Security 00
Peacekeeping: Managing and Controlling Conflicts 00
Functional Collaboration in Specialized Agencies, Other International 00
Organizations, and Regimes 00
Conclusion 00
Afterword 00
Key Terms 00
Other Concepts 00
Additional Readings 00
Appendix: The North Atlantic Treaty 00
Appendix: Functional International Organizations as Specialized Agencies and Other 
United Nations Organs 00
Appendix: The Charter of the United Nations 00
Chapter 7	Controlling Global Armaments 00
Disarmament and Arms Control 00
Arms Control, Verification, and Compliance 00
Alternative Deterrence Doctrines 00
Minimum or Finite Deterrence 00
Minimum deterrence: India, Pakistan, and Other New Nuclear Weapons States 00
Deterrence through Assured (and Mutually Assured) Destruction and Defensive 
Efforts 
to Limit Damage 00
Defense 00
Warfighting 00
The End of the Cold War and Implications for Arms Control, Deterrence, Defense, 
and 
Warfighting Doctrines 00
Deterrence Theory: Some Concerns 00
Weapons Proliferation 00
Nuclear Weapons and Material 00
Chemical and Biological Weapons 00
Ballistic Missiles 00
Conventional Weapons 00
Conclusion 00
Afterword 00
Key Terms 00
Other Concepts 00
Additional Readings 00
Chapter 8	International Terrorism and Transnational Crime 00
Terrorism 00
The Causes of Terrorism 00
The Extent of Terrorism 00
The Changing Nature of Terrorism 00
Responses 00
Transnational Crime and Globalization 00
Case Study: The United States, Latin America, and Drugs 00
Conclusion 00
Afterword 00
Key Terms 00
Other Concepts 00
Additional Readings 00
Part IV	Civil Society and the Global Economy
Chapter 9	An Emerging Global Civil Society: International Law, International 
Organization, 
and Globalization 00
The Globalization of International Relations and World Politics 00
The Emergence of a State-Centric Global Society 00
International Law and Multilateral Institutions 00
Constructing Global Civil Society: A Multicentury Project 00
Diplomacy and Security: Matters of War and Peace Economic and Commercial 
Matters 00
"Growth Areas" in International Law: Human Rights and the Environment 00
Conclusion 00
Afterword 00
Key Terms 00
Other Concepts 00
Additional Readings 00
Chapter 10	Global Economy: Politics and Capitalism 00
Global Political Economy 00
The Emergence and Development of Capitalism as a Worldwide 00
Form of Political Economy 00
Identifying the Attributes of Capitalist Political Economy 00
The Passing of Feudalism and the New Politics of Capitalism, Mercantilism, and 
Liberalism 00
The Progressive Globalization of Capitalism 00
The Twentieth-Century Debate on Global Commerce 00
Trade Regime Monetary Regime Investment Regime 00
The North-South Divide 00
A Look Ahead 00
Conclusion 00
Afterword 00
Key Terms 00
Other Concepts 00
Additional Readings 00
Chapter 11	The Political Economy of International Trade, Money, and Regional 
Integration 00
Classical Trade Theory and Comparative Advantage 00
Neoclassical and Subsequent Economic Thought on How the Global Political 
Economy Works 00
The Impact of Technological Innovation on Free-Trade Theory 00
Trade and Finance 00
An International Monetary Regime for Financing International Commerce 00
International Organizations and International Monetary Regime Maintenance 00
Political Choices: How Much Capital Should the IMF Have and for What 
Purposes? 00
Political Choices: What Next for the WTO? 00
Regional Economic Integration and Global Commerce 00
EC and EU Enlargement: Widening the Geographic Scope versus Deepening the Level 
of Integration 00
Is Europe Unique? 00
Conclusion 00
Afterword 00
Key Terms 00
Other Concepts 00
Additional Readings 00
Chapter 12	The Political Economy of Investment and Sustainable Development 00
Optimists and Pessimists 00
Third World Poverty and Capital Formation 00
Aid 00
Loans 00
Direct Foreign Investment 00
Trade 00
Other Constraints 00
Globalist Critiques and Perspectives 00
Dependency Theory 00
Capitalist World-System Theory 00
Conclusion 00
Afterword 00
Key Terms 00
Other Concepts 00
Additional Readings 00
Chapter 13	The Global Environment 00
A Global Perspective 00
Atmosphere 00
Land 00
Forests 00
Biodiversity 00
Freshwater 00
Coastal and Marine Areas 00
The Environment and Security 00
International Organizations and the Environment 00
Transnational Organizations and the Environment 00
Global Population 00
Conclusion 00
Afterword 00
Key Terms 00
Additional Readings 00
Part V	Identity and Civil Society
Chapter 14	Relgion, Nationalism, and Conflicting Identities 00
Religion 00
Islam 00
Nations, Ethnic Groups, and States 00
Nations and Nationalism 00
Binational States 00
Multinational, Multitribal, and Other Multiethnic States 00
Nation-States and Nations without States 00
Approaches to Dealing with Nationalism and Ethnicity 00
National Self-Determination 00
Alternative Approaches to Maintaining Unity in Binational, Multinational, and 
Multiethnic States 00
Social and Economic Approaches to Intercommunal Peace 00
Conclusion 00
Afterword 00
Key Terms 00
Other Concepts 00
Additional Readings 00
Chapter 15	Humanitarianism: Human Rights and Refugees 00
Human Rights and the Human Condition 00
Justice: The Universality of Human Rights versus State Sovereignty 00
Human Rights and the Liberal Tradition 00
Human Rights across Cultures 00
Culturally Specific Rights and Values 00
Toward Global Society and Values That Transcend Diverse Cultures 00
>From Theory to Fact 00
Machinery for Human Rights Issues and Cases 00
Regional Human Rights Efforts in Europe 00
Other Regional Human Rights Efforts 00
NGOs and Human Rights 00
Refugees 00
An international regime for refugees 00
Conclusion 00
Afterword 00
Key Terms 00
Other Concepts 00
Additional Readings 00
Chapter 16	Questions in Lieu of Conclusions 00

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

World politics -- 1989-.
International relations.
Security, International.
International trade.
Nationalism.