Revolution And World Order

Author: James David Armstrong
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0198275285
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These states have always posed major problems for the achievement of world order: revolution is often accompanied by international as well as civil conflict, while revolutionary doctrines have proven to be highly disruptive of the existing ...

Revolution And War

Author: Stephen M. Walt
Publisher: Cornell University Press
ISBN: 9780801482977
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individual revolutionary states, but very few works address either the general
subject of revolutionary foreign policy or the specific connection between
revolution and war. ... point and admits that his study "is not tightly organized
around a systematic set of theoretical propositions"; David Armstrong, Revolution
and World Order: The Revolutionary State in International Society (Oxford:
Clarendon Press, 1993), 3, "- 14 See Edmund Burke, "First Letter on a Regicide
Peace," [7] Introduction.

Mao S China And The Cold War

Author: Jian Chen
Publisher: Univ of North Carolina Press
ISBN: 0807898902
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According to Armstrong, ''Socialization denotes the process 'where men
consciously or unconsciously conform to the conventions of the society in which
they live in order to function more effectively within it (and) whereby an increasing
entanglement within an existing structure of relationships brings about an
increasing degree of adaptation to the normal behavior patterns of that structure.'''
See David Armstrong, Revolution and World Order: The Revolutionary State in
International ...

Renegade States

Author: Stephen Chan
Publisher: Manchester University Press
ISBN: 9780719031700
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The Evolution of Revolutionary Foreign Policy Stephen Chan, Andrew J. Williams
... The best recent book in this field is David Armstrong's Revolution and World
Order, especially thanks to his use of the notion of 'international society'.3 This
book is made up of a series of case studies of many historical and more recent
revolutions, with a consideration of the theoretical literature in IR and beyond it
that we believe might prove valuable for drawing more general conclusions
about the ...

Terrorism Civil War And Revolution

Author: Peter Calvert
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing USA
ISBN: 1441190015
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This text explores the nature and possibility of revolution and civil strife in the context of international politics. Terrorism, Civil War, and Revolution analyzes the role of revolution and civil strife in the present day world.

Mecca Of Revolution

Author: Jeffrey James Byrne
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0199899142
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Yet, the book also shows how Third Worldism evolved from a subversivetransnational phenomenon into a mode of elite cooperation that reinforced the authority of the post-colonial state.

Federal Union Modern World

Author: Peter S. Onuf
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 9780945612346
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American. State. System. I. REVOLUTIONARY. HOPES. American independence
would change the world, Yale President Ezra Stiles told the Connecticut General
Assembly in his 1783 election sermon. A new "commercial system," including the
"maritime ... Stiles predicted that a new system of trade relations would lift
international society from its current "savage" condition to a higher plane of
morality and civility. ... To the contrary, old regime statecraft would create a new
world order.

World Order

Author: Henry Kissinger
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 0698165721
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reconstruct authority, without which society will disintegrate. ... For the
revolutionaries, human order was the reflection of neither the divine plan of the
medieval world, nor the intermeshing of grand dynastic interests of the eighteenth
century. Like their progeny in the totalitarian movements of the twentieth century,
the philosophers of the French Revolution equated the mechanism of history with
the unadulterated operation of the popular will, which by definition could accept
no inherent ...