International Dynamics of Technology

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INTERNATIONAL DYNAMICS OF TECHNOLOGY

Ralph Sanders

Contributions in Political Science, Number 87

Greenwood Press Westport, Connecticut · London, England

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Recent Titles in Contributions in Political Science ii
  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Figures ix
  • Preface xi
  • Introduction 3
  • Part I- International Context Of Technology 9
  • Chapter 1- A Problem-Centered Perspective 11
  • Summary 23
  • Chapter 2- The Technological Setting 28
  • Chapter 3- The Technology and Basic Concepts 41
  • Notes 46
  • Chapter 4- Attitudes Toward Technology 48
  • Part II- The Past: Technological Dimensions Of World History 61
  • Chapter 5- Technology and the Rise Of The Nation-State 63
  • Notes 72
  • Chapter 6: The Unfolding World System 75
  • Part Lll The Present: Concepts And Circumstances 87
  • Chapter 7- The Transnational Vanguard 89
  • Notes 106
  • Chapter 8- Balance of Power 112
  • Notes 120
  • Chapter 9- Technology and War 125
  • Notes 143
  • Chapter 10- Technology Transfer: Nature and Dynamics 147
  • Chapter 11- Regional Technology Flows 158
  • Notes 173
  • Part Iv The Present: Institutions And Processes 179
  • Chapter 12: Foreign Policy Formulation 181
  • Notes 197
  • Chapter 13- The Organizational Question 203
  • Notes 212
  • Chapter 14: The Nature of Technological Strategies 216
  • Chapter 15- Practical Diplomacy 229
  • Part V The Future: Challenges To Mankind 243
  • Chapter 16- Tomorrow's Perspectives And Prospects 245
  • Chapter 17: The Outlook for War and Peace 264
  • Notes 283
  • Chapter 18- Designing Technological Strategies 288
  • Notes 301
  • The Last Word 305
  • Bibliographic Essay 307
  • Index 311
  • About the Author 333
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