The conflict between nations for forty-five years after World War II was dominated by the major bipolar conflict between the United States and the Soviet Union. With the end of the Cold War nations in different hordes of the world are taking more of their own hand and setting new security arrangements that suits their needs.
This trend towards new "regional orders" is the subject of this book, which seeks to document the emergence and strengthening of these new regional arrangements, and to demonstrate how the theory of international relations needs to be adjusted to take into account their quality in the world. Today. Instead of dealing with international politics everywhere, or in each unique region, this hook adopts a comparative approach.
They recognize that while areas vary widely in their characteristics, comparative analysis requires a common classification and a set of causal variables. It presents theories of the regional system that are circulated around the regions and predict different types of conflict and cooperation from their individual characteristics.
The editors conclude that in the new world of regional orders, the search for global principles of foreign policy by superpowers such as the United States is fictional and dangerous. Regional orders differ, and the policy artist accommodates these differences if they are to succeed.
The contributors are Brian L. Job, Edmund J.
Keller, Yuen Foong Khong, David A. Lake, Steven E.
Lobell, David R. Mares and Patrick M.
Nlotgan. Paul A.
Papayoanou, David J. Pervin, Philip G.
Roeder, Richard Rosecrance and Peter Schott, Susan Shirk, Etel Solingen, and Arthur A. Stein..
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