Casual Commitment in International Relations
Inis L. Claude, Jr., discusses the tendency of American officials to undertake international obligations "casually," without calculating the possible cost of meeting those obligations and resolving to pay that cost if the occasion should arise.
The Hierarchy of States: Reform and Resistance in the International Order, Ian Clark Reviewed by Inis L. Claude, Jr.
Escape from Violence: Conflict and the Refugee Crisis in the Developing World, Aristide R. Zolberg, Astri Suhrke and Sergio Aguayo Reviewed by Inis L. Claude, Jr.
The Common Defense and Great-Power Responsibilities, Inis L. Claude, Jr.
Nation Against Nation: What Happened to the U.N. Dream and What the U.S. Can Do About It, Thomas M. Franck Reviewed by Inis L. Claude, Jr.
The End of World Order: Essays on Normative International Relations, Richard Falk Reviewed by Inis L. Claude, Jr.more by this author
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