Published October 1, 2001
by Routledge .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||288|
This book explores a new way for students of International Relations to look at war, peace and world orders throughout European history. The contributors argue that the predominant 'realist' paradigm that focuses on states and their self-interest is not applicable to the largest period of European history, because states either did not exist or were only in the making. War, Peace and World Orders in European History (The New International Relations) Anja V. Hartmann, Beatrice Heuser This book explores a new way for students of International Relations to look at war, peace and world orders throughout European history. Get this from a library! War, peace, and world orders in European history. [Anja Hartmann; Beatrice Heuser;]. The course of Roman expansion has been outlined above (pp. ). The focus in this chapter will be on the warfare of the period BC, for several reasons. First, this was the period of the decisive wars which established Roman mastery of the Mediterranean world. Cited by: 7.
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War and Peace, historical novel by Leo Tolstoy, originally published as Voyna i mir in – This panoramic study of early 19th-century Russian society, noted for its mastery of realistic detail and variety of psychological analysis, is generally regarded as a masterwork of Russian literature and one of the world’s greatest novels. 'Peace' is often simplistically assumed to be war's opposite, and as such is not examined closely or critically idealized in the literature of peace studies, its crucial role in the justification of war is often overlooked. Starting from a critical view that the value of 'restoring peace' or 'keeping peace' is, and has been, regularly used as a pretext for military intervention, this book. The War That Ended Peace: How Europe Abandoned Peace for the First World War. Margaret MacMillan. Profile Books. October Find this book: In a year when commentators and Cabinet ministers will continue to offer two-dimensional explanations for the start of the First World War, a book on the topic by someone with a proven track record of File Size: KB. The standard Russian text of War and Peace is divided into four books (comprising fifteen parts) and an epilogue in two parts. Roughly the first half is concerned strictly with the fictional characters, whereas the latter parts, as well as the second part of the epilogue, increasingly consist of essays about the nature of war, power, history, and : Leo Tolstoy.