International Order: A Political History
Where does international order come from? How is it established and maintained? Why does it break down? With every sovereign state its own master, how can order prevail? Answering these questions in a briskly paced, systematic survey, Stephen Kocs explores the rise and fall of successive international systems across the centuries―from the dynastic institutions of Renaissance Europe, to the power-politics systems of eighteenth- and nineteenth-century Europe, to the liberal international systems of the contemporary world.
ISBN-13: 9781626378100; ISBN-10: 162637810X
Lynne Reinner Publishers
International relations -- History; Comparative government -- History, Liberalism -- History; History; faculty
Comparative Politics | History | International Relations
Kocs, Stephen A., "International Order: A Political History" (2019). Holy Cross Bookshelf. 38.