International Relations Theory of War

by
Ofer Israeliauthor

Ofer Israeli, PhD, is a lecturer and senior research fellow in the Institute for Policy and Strategy at the Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya and a research fellow at the National Security Studies Center, University of Haifa, Israel.

International Relations Theory of War

20190430

Praeger

Pages 248
Topics Security Studies: Conflict;Military History: Conflict and Wars;Afghanistan War;Bipolarity;Cold War;Crimean War;Great Game;Great Powers Wars;Homeostasis in International Relations;Multipolarity;Polarity of the International System;Unipolarity;World War I

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International Relations Theory of War

Author(s): Israeli, Ofer;
Contributors: Israeli, Ofer;
Abstract:

Covering 1816–2016, this book deals extensively with the international system as well as the territorial outcomes of several key wars that were waged during that time period, providing an instructive lesson in diplomatic history and international relations among global powers.


• Presents an innovative theory of war that covers the major superpower conflicts of the past 200 years

• Provides the tools necessary to understanding current events and shows how they are relevant to the future of international relations

• Emphasizes the competitive aspects and conflicts of international politics

• Answers the key question of why certain time periods are more prone to war than others

• Explains why certain superpower wars end with territorial expansion whereas other end in the contraction or maintaining of territorial status

SortTitle: international relations theory of war
Keyword(s): Security Studies: Conflict; Military History: Conflict and Wars; Afghanistan War; Bipolarity; Cold War; Crimean War; Great Game; Great Powers Wars; Homeostasis in International Relations; Multipolarity; Polarity of the International System; Unipolarity; World War I
Author Info:
Ofer Israeliauthor

Ofer Israeli, PhD, is a lecturer and senior research fellow in the Institute for Policy and Strategy at the Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya and a research fellow at the National Security Studies Center, University of Haifa, Israel.

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Print ISBN-13: 9781440871344
Imprint: Praeger
Pages: 248
Publication Date: 20190430
Series: Praeger Security International