CORNELL STUDIES IN SECURITY AFFAIRS
edited by Robert J. Art, Robert Jervis,
and Stephen M. Walt
Political Institutions and Military Change: Lessons from Peripheral Wars, by Deborah D. Avant
Strategic Nuclear Targeting, edited by Desmond Ball and Jeffrey Richelson
Japan Prepares for Total War: The Search for Economic Security, 1919-1941, by Michael A. Barnhart
The German Nuclear Dilemma, by Jeffrey Boutwell
Flying Blind: The Politics of the U.S. Strategic Bomber Program, by Michael L. Brown
Citizens and Soldiers: The Dilemmas of Military Service, by Eliot A. Cohen
Great Power Politics and the Struggle over Austria, 1945-1955, by Audrey Kurth Cronin
Military Organizations, Complex Machines: Modernization in the U.S. Armed Services, by Chris C. Demchak
Nuclear Arguments: Understanding the Strategic Nuclear Arms and Arms Control Debate, edited by Lynn Eden and Steven E. Miller
Public Opinion and National Security in Western Europe, by Richard C. Eichenberg
Innovation and the Arms Race: How the United States and the Soviet Union Develop New Military Technologies, by Matthew Evangelista
Israel's Nuclear Dilemma, by Yair Evron
Guarding the Guardians: Civilian Control of Nuclear Weapons in the United States, by Peter Douglas Feaver
Men, Money, and Diplomacy: The Evolution of British Strategic Foreign Policy, 1919‐ 1926, by John Robert Ferris
A Substitute for Victory: The Politics of Peacekeeping at the Korean Armistice Talks, by Rosemary Foot
The Wrong War: American Policy and the Dimensions of the Korean Conflict, 1950‐ 1953, by Rosemary Foot
The Best Defense: Policy Alternatives for U.S. Nuclear Security from the 1950s to the 1990s, by David Goldfischer
House of Cards: Why Arms Control Must Fail, by Colin S. Gray
The Soviet Union and the Politics of Nuclear Weapons in Europe, 1969-1987, by Jonathan Haslam
The Soviet Union and the Failure of Collective Security, 1934-1938, by Jiri Hochman
The Warsaw Pact: Alliance in Transition? edited by David Holloway and Jane M. 0. Sharp
The Illogic of American Nuclear Strategy, by Robert Jervis
The Meaning of the Nuclear Revolution, by Robert Jervis

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  • Contents v
  • Preface vii
  • 1 - Introduction 1
  • 2 - A Theory of Revolution and War 18
  • 3 - The French Revolution 46
  • 4 - The Russian Revolution 129
  • 5 - The Iranian Revolution 210
  • 6 - The American, Mexican, Turkish, and Chinese Revolutions 269
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