The Evolution of International Society: A Comparative Historical Analysis

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Table of contents

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Introduction 1
  • Notes 12
  • 1 - Scope and Definitions 13
  • The Ancient States Systems 19
  • Preface 21
  • 2 - Sumer 24
  • 3 - Assyria 33
  • 4 - Persia 40
  • 5 - Classical Greece 47
  • 6 - The Macedonian System 69
  • 7 - India 77
  • 8 - China 85
  • 9 - Rome 94
  • 10 - The Byzantine Oikoumene 107
  • 11 - The Islamic System 112
  • 12 - The Ancient States Systems 120
  • The European International Society 133
  • Preface 135
  • 13 - Medieval Europe 138
  • 14 - The Renaissance in Italy 152
  • 15 - The Renaissance in Europe 163
  • 16 - The Habsburg Bid for Hegemony 169
  • 17 - Westphalia 182
  • Notes 197
  • 18 - The Age of Reason and of 198
  • 19 - European Expansion 214
  • 20 - The Napoleonic Empire 228
  • 21 - Collective Hegemony 238
  • Summary 251
  • The Global International Society 263
  • 22 - The European System Becomes Worldwide 265
  • 23 - The Collapse of European Domination 277
  • 24 - The Age of the Superpowers and Decolonization 288
  • 25 - The Contemporary International Society 299
  • Bibliography 326
  • Index 331
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