|1. Westphalia and the Rise of Modern Diplomacy ||1|
|2. Force, Order, and Diplomacy in the Age of Louis XIV ||25|
|3. The Heyday of the Balance of Power: Frederick the Great and the Decline of the Old Regime ||41|
|4. The French Revolution: “A Virus of a New and Unknown Kind” ||59|
|5. War and Order: The “Juggernaut of War” Meets a “Legitimate” Peace ||79|
|6. On Appeasement and Parvenus: Managing the Challenge of New Power ||105|
|7. On Coercive Diplomacy and the American Foreign Affairs Experience ||131|
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Book title: Soldiers, Statecraft, and History:Coercive Diplomacy and International Order.
Contributors: James A. Nathan - Author.
Place of publication: Westport, CT.
Publication year: 2002.
Page number: v.
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