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The analysis of international relations [electronic resource] [by] Karl W. Deutsch.

By: Deutsch, Karl Wolfgang, 1912-.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Prentice-Hall foundations of modern political science series: Publisher: Englewood Cliffs, N.J., Prentice-Hall [1968]Description: x, 214 p. illus. 24 cm.Subject(s): International relations -- Research | Relations internationales -- Recherche | Internationale politiekAdditional physical formats: Online version:: Analysis of international relations.DDC classification: 327 Other classification: 89.70 Online resources: Free eBook from the Internet Archive | Additional information and access via Open Library
Contents:
What we want to know: the substance of international relations -- Ten fundamental questions -- Tools for thinking: a few basic concepts -- Power and the nation-state -- The limits of power: symbol and reality -- Groups and interests -- The power of elites -- All-purpose interest groups -- How a state controls itself -- How foreign policy is made -- The foreign-policy sector -- How conflicts arise among states -- Diplomacy and coalitions -- Failures of controls, and forms of war -- Some alternatives to escalation and warfare -- Integration: international and supranational -- Universal general-purpose organizations -- Regional organizations as a path to integration -- Attaining and maintaining integration.
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What we want to know: the substance of international relations -- Ten fundamental questions -- Tools for thinking: a few basic concepts -- Power and the nation-state -- The limits of power: symbol and reality -- Groups and interests -- The power of elites -- All-purpose interest groups -- How a state controls itself -- How foreign policy is made -- The foreign-policy sector -- How conflicts arise among states -- Diplomacy and coalitions -- Failures of controls, and forms of war -- Some alternatives to escalation and warfare -- Integration: international and supranational -- Universal general-purpose organizations -- Regional organizations as a path to integration -- Attaining and maintaining integration.

bibl p210-211.

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