Reinventing Collective Security after the Cold War and Gulf Conflict
Andrew Bennett and Joseph Lepgold examine the prospects for collective security in the post-Cold War international system. While some impediments remain, they argue that the international and domestic prospects for a new concert of great powers are favorable.
Another American Century? The United States and the World after 2000, Nicholas Guyatt Reviewed by Joseph Lepgold
Bargaining and Learning in Recurring Crises: The Soviet-American, Egyptian-Israeli, and Indo-Pakistani Rivalries, Russell J. Leng Reviewed by Joseph Lepgold
Theories of International Regimes, Andreas Hasenclever, Peter Mayer and Volker Rittberger Reviewed by Joseph Lepgold
Reversing Course: Carter's Foreign Policy, Domestic Politics, and the Failure of Reform, David Skidmore Reviewed by Joseph Lepgoldmore by this author
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