4 edition of Problems of stability and progress in international relations found in the catalog.
Problems of stability and progress in international relations
|Statement||by Quincy Wright.|
|LC Classifications||JX1952 .W72 1976|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 378 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||378|
|LC Control Number||76003755|
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Wright, Quincy, Problems of stability and progress in international relations. Berkeley: University of California Press, Additional Physical Format: Online version: Wright, Quincy, Problems of stability and progress in international relations.
Westport, Conn.: Greenwood. Problems of Stability and Progress in International Relations. By Quincy Wright. Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press, pp.
xiv, $ This volume, published in honor of Hans Kelsen, brings together in convenient and accessible form nineteen of Professor Wright's essays. and "How Can International Peace and Security be Suitably Institutionalized?" are intended as a summary of Professor Wright's more abstract ideas upon "the general problem of stability and progress in international relations" (p.
ix), and the other essays are offered in elaboration and illustration of such by: 6. Problems of stability and progress in international relations / Quincy Wright Date: Editeur / Publisher: Berkeley: University of California Press, The two essays under the titles of \u22Should International Peace and Security be Institutionalized?\u22 and \u22How Can International Peace and Security be Suitably Institutionalized?\u22 are intended as a summary of Professor Wright\u27s more abstract ideas upon \u22the general problem of stability and progress in international relations\u Finally, in the consideration of a rational world.
state may be found a criterion of rationality in international. relations. In the last analysis, those rules of international relations will. prevail which are backed by the greatest bulk of resources; natural resources and.
OAI identifier: oai:persee:article/reco___num_6_5__t1___ One of the fundamental issues of international relations concerns whether, and under what conditions, stability prevails in anarchic systems--systems in which all authority and institutional restraints to action are wholly endogenous.
This book uses the tools provided by contemporary game theory to develop a comprehensive theory of such systems and details both necessary and sufficient. At the same time, there are other sources of international (in)stability, in addition to those focusing on the state-as-actor component.
These are the issues that we deal with in the following paragraphs. We start our elaboration in order to answer two general questions: 1) what is international stability. A catalogue record for this book is available from the British Library Library of Congress Cataloging in Publication Data Griﬃths, Martin, International relations: the key concepts / Martin Griﬃths & Terry O’Callaghan.
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We now turn to the consideration of the main problems of international relations - the problem of its stability, the problem of preserving peace and preventing war between the states - participants of the system of international relations.