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Preface                                                                   vii

Acknowledgments                                                            ix

PART ONE: INTRODUCTION

         1.  Regime Vulnerability and International Conflict              3

PART TWO: THEORY

         2.  Coup Risk and Military Division: Hostility within
             the Armed Forces and Regime Survival                         17

         3.  A Theory of Counterbalancing as a Cause of
             International Conflict                                       35

PART THREE: DATA

         4.  Regime Vulnerability, Counterbalancing, and
             International Conflict during the Cold War:
             A Quantitative Analysis
             Aaron Belkin and Evan Schofer                                55

         5.  Regime Vulnerability as a Cause of
             Counterbalancing in Syria in the Early 1970s                 69

         6. When Dividing the Military Provides an Incentive
             for Conflict: Fragmented Military Forces and
             International Conflict in Shevardnadze's Georgia          101

         7.   Conclusion                                                    115

Notes                                                                       123

References                                                                  131

Index                                                                       157

Suny Series in Global Politics                                              159





Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: International relations, Conflict management, World politics