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Regions of War and Peace (Cambridge Studies in International Relations) [Paperback]

Douglas Lemke

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January 21, 2002 0521007720 978-0521007726
Douglas Lemke inquires as to whether the factors that lead to war among great powers also apply to other countries, considering different regional circumstances and historical experiences. The book examines Africa, the Far East, the Middle East and South America, and argues that the causes of war are similar across these regions, but that there are differences based on varying patterns of development. This book will interest students and scholars of international relations, peace studies, comparative politics and area studies.

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"This detailed structural theory work extends the international hierarchy of power concept on which power transition theory is based to include regional and local constellations of power.... Recommended." Choice

"...Lemke has demonstrated substantial empirical support for his important theoretical extension of power and transition theory. In doing so, he provides a superb model for rigorous and systematic quantitative empirical research in the face of some very difficult methodological problems." Political Science Quarterly

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Douglas Lemke's book asks whether the factors said to lead to war among great powers also apply to other countries, given different regional circumstances and historical experiences. The book examines Africa, the Far East, the Middle East and South America, and argues that the causes of war are similar across these regions, but that there are differences based on different patterns of development. This book will interest students and scholars of international relations, peace studies, comparative politics and area studies.

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