The Perils of Anarchy: Contemporary Realism and International Security
Michael Edward Brown, Sean M. Lynn-Jones, Steven E. Miller, Director of Studies Center for Science and International Affairs Steven E Miller
MIT Press, 1995 - Political Science - 519 pages
"The end of the Cold War was accompanied by a rush to proclaim the failure of realism as a theory of international politics. The news about the death of realism is premature, as this volume convincingly shows....Realism is alive and well. This excellent volume will help get the word out."
-- "Foreign Affairs"
"A superb collection of recent articles from the journal "International Security.".. The introductory essay, which summarizes the development of realist theory, and the high quality of each contribution make this volume appropriate for undergraduate and graduate students alike."
Contributors: Charles L. Glaser. Christopher Layne. Peter Liberman. Lisa L. Martin. John J. Mearsheimer. Paul Schroeder. Randall Schweller. Stephen M. Walt. Kenneth N. Waltz. William C. Wohlforth. Fareed Zakaria.
An "International Security" Reader
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