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by William R. Thompson,Karen A. Rasler
International Studies Quarterly 17 (1), 89-117, 1973. KA Rasler, WR Thompson. Globalization and global history
International Studies Quarterly 17 (1), 89-117, 1973. Strategic rivalries in world politics: position, space and conflict escalation. MP Colaresi, K Rasler, WR Thompson. Cambridge University Press, 2008. The great powers and global struggle, 1490-1990. University Press of Kentucky, 2015. Globalization and global history. BK Gills, W Thompson.
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War and the Survival of Political Leaders: A Comparative Study of Regime . Presented at the annual meeting of the International Studies Association, Vancouver. Stein, Arthur, and Russett, Bruce.
Presented at the annual meeting of the International Studies Association, Vancouver. Evaluating War: Outcomes and Consequences.
Studies Political Science, International Relations, and International . by William R. Thompson. Publisher: The Journal of Conflict Resolution. Publication Date: Jun 1, 1977.
Studies Political Science, International Relations, and International Studies. International Journal of Comparative Sociology Karen Rasler and William R. Thompson Divergence or Both? 2000 : A Factor for Convergence, −− South Inequality, 1870 −− Globalization and North.
January 1991 · International Affairs. The Peloponnesian War has long been viewed as an early exemplar of realist thinking in international politics. This article criticizes. the neorealist appropriation of The Peloponnesian War. It presents an alternative reading of Thucydides' history.
Rasler, Karen and William R. Thompson (2012) War Making and State Making: Where and How Does It Fit into a Bigger Picture, in John A. Vasquez, e. What Do We Know About War, Vol. 2. Lanham, Md. Lanham, M. Rowman and Littlefield. Reiter, Dan and Allan C. Stam (2002) Democracies at War.
An important book on the roots of war, remarkable in its theoretical rigor and historical sweep. As the main textbook in my advanced undergraduate course on peace and war, the book raised the level of student writing and class discussion significantly. Van Evera demolishes the view that war is an inevitable outgrowth of an anarchic world that encourages belligerence. Van Evera's volume is sure to become a core work in the field of war studies.
KAREN RASLER and WILLIAM R. Global wars provide a prominent example. Many students of war assume that all wars should be explicable in the same theoretical terms. These events are wars fought over large expanses of territory, by many actors, for a number of years, and with profound implications for the winners, the losers, and even neutral bystanders. Global wars are intense contests among global and other powers that are fought to determine whose policy preferences are most likely to influence the way, and for whose benefit, the global political economy operates. These contests are neither frequent nor do they erupt randomly.
strategic purpose other than to stake a claim on global power status.
At fantastic cost, it built a battleship fleet with no plausible strategic purpose other than to stake a claim on global power status. TERM Spring '14. PROFESSOR Professor.