Courting Disaster: An Expanded NATO vs. Russia and China
Bruce Russett and Allan C. Stam examine the recent decision to expand NATO to include former Soviet satellites. They argue that the further inclusion of Russia would allow NATO to become a most effective tool in managing security threats in the next century.
Electing to Fight: Why Emerging Democracies Go to War, Jack Snyder and Avery Goldstein Reviewed by Bruce Russett
Making War, Thinking History: Munich, Vietnam, and Presidential Uses of Force From Korea to Kosovo, Jeffrey Record Reviewed by Allan C. Stam
The Rise of the Virtual State: Wealth and Power in the Coming Century, Richard Rosecrance Reviewed by Bruce Russett
Ten Balances for Weighing UN Reform Proposals, Bruce Russettmore by this author
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