4 edition of Superpowers and international conflict found in the catalog.
Superpowers and international conflict
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|LC Classifications||D843 .H64 1979|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 178 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||178|
|LC Control Number||79009942|
issue: the role of superpowers in the Middle East. The formulation of foreign pol icy for a great power is in many ways more complex today than it ever was before. During the nine teenth century, the international system, particularly in Europe, was precisely that, a system. With the United States still in its infancy and largely concerned with. The balance of conventional military capabilities is intrinsic to understanding patterns of war among nations. However, cumulative knowledge relating to the effects of nuclear weapons possession on conflict interaction is largely absent. Framework is provided for analyzing the results of quantitative empirical research on this question and to identify any extant strong Cited by: 1.
In looking at the nature and exercising of international power in the Cold War period from to , The Geopolitics of Power and Conflict: Superpowers in the International System –, p. 31, John Wiley, New York (). Buy this book on publisher's site; Personalised recommendations. In this article, we speak to Kristiina Rintakoski, Executive Director of the Crisis Management Initiative (launched by Nobel Prize winner President Martti Ahtisaari) about global conflict, its relationship with economic inequality, climate change and energy. We talk about the dynamics of conflict and crisis situations, and how organisations like CMI are building peace internationally.
In many ways, The Superpowers and the Middle East complements Malcolm Kerr's The Arab Cold War (), stressing the external dimension where Kerr looks at the intra-Arab one. Gerges finds three main themes rising above the welter of his well-marshalled detail: First, superpowers had great difficulty controlling their Middle Eastern clients. The theory of a regional subsystem is employed as a framework for conceptualising this interplay between regional and international factors in Tibi's examination of the Middle East wars in the period Tibi also provides an outlook into the future of conflict in the Middle East in the aftermath of the most recent Gulf War.
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See search results for this author. Are you an author. Learn about Author Central Cited by: The roots of that conflict lie in a previous period, but, as Yahir Evron remarks in his introduction to this book, the establishment of the state of Israel onchanged the nature of the conflict from predominantly a civil war, "a clash between two national communities involved in a struggle for the same land."to an international Author: Yair Evron.
A superpower is a state with a dominant position characterized by its extensive ability to exert influence or project power on a global scale. This is done through the combined means of economic, military, technological and cultural strength as well as diplomatic and soft power influence.
Traditionally, superpowers are preeminent among the great powers. The term was. The Role of Superpowers in Conflict Development and Resolutions, Fig.
1 Role of superpowers in con ﬂ ict development and resolution for achieving and sustaining a global leadershipAuthor: Mario Coccia.
The author first examines the pattern of Soviet-American crisis management in four conflict situations of the s and s, then turns to the more complex "triangular" power relationships of the s.
There is nothing startling about either the analysis or the conclusions, but along the way he manages to dispose of a number of theories put forward by others, and to argue for. In book: The Handbook of Conflict Resolution ( 56) Edition: 3rd; Chapter: International Conflict Resolution: From Knowledge to Practice and Back Again.
Few scholars have attempted to evaluate critically the role mediators play in managing international conflicts. Thomas Princen examines where mediation fits in the larger realm of diplomatic practice, going beyond the usual state-centric focus to account for the mediating activities of a wide range of actors-from superpowers to small states, from international.
Book Chapter Latin America between the Superpowers: International Realpolitik, the Ideology of the State, and the “Latin Americanization” of the Conflict Published.
With Daredevil, Captain America: Civil War and Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice all on the horizon, we take a look at superheroes in : Sarah Myles. This edited volume re-assesses the relationship between the United States, the Soviet Union and key regional players in waging and halting conflict in the Middle East between and These were pivotal years in the Arab-Israeli conflict, with the effects still very much in evidence today.
In addition to addressing established debates, the boCited by: Book Description. This edited volume re-assesses the relationship between the United States, the Soviet Union and key regional players in waging and halting conflict in the Middle East between and These were pivotal years in the Arab-Israeli conflict, with the effects still very much in evidence today.
Zbigniew Brezezinski Counselor, Center for Strategic and International Studies Former National Security Adviser Middle East analyst Cobban's 'historical case study of how things were in the Israel-Syria theater during the years ' was largely completed before Iraq's invasion of Kuwait, but the events of the past year make this book more Author: Helena Cobban.
Examining the reasoning and deterrence consequences of regional power nuclear strategies, this book demonstrates that these strategies matter greatly to international stability and it provides new insights into conflict dynamics across important areas of the world such as the Middle East, East Asia, and South Asia.
History Resource List Topic: Dictatorship and conflict in the USSR, –53 Name of resource Link Notes Edexcel International GCSE Dictatorship and Conflict in the USSR, –53 (Pearson ) This new student book has been written specifically for the Pearson Edexcel International GCSE () specification (4HI1).
Available in 24 Nov - Explore geoblogs's board "Superpowers / Conflict", which is followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Arctic, International waters and Continental shelf pins. introduction: intermediaries in international conflict In the closing decade of the twentieth century, East-West tensions may have eased but international conflict and violence are far from over.
Regional conflicts and other so-called minor disputes will continue to attract the attention of major and minor powers : Thomas Princen. This is an excellent first book by a young Lebanese scholar. He brings analytical sophistication and detailed knowledge of a wide variety of sources to bear on a crucial period when the Cold War was being fought out in the Middle East.
He is quick to note that neither the United States nor the Soviet Union was particularly successful in exerting its influence in the region.
Nuclear Strategy in the Modern Era: Regional Powers and International Conflict, Vipin ton University Press,pp. As the US Air Force (USAF) continues to strengthen its nuclear deterrent capabilities, one of the more challenging tasks is to understand the nature of deterrence in today's postâ€“Cold War environment.international legal agreements to the study of international relations has waxed and waned.
The major international conflict for a rising generation of scholars – the Vietnam War – raged beyond the formal declarations of the United Nations. Two decades of predictable monetary relations under the purview of the.Tucked in the corner of northern Europe, Norway is a small Nordic country with more international influence than one might expect.
With a landmass ofsq. km, which is a bit larger than the state of New Mexico, and a population of million citizens (CIA World Fact Book, ), the unassuming size of Norway may indicate that the country could insignificantly impact global .