History and International Relations

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INDEX

a
Acheson, D. 88
Acton, Lord 45 , 54 , 148 ;
The Cambridge Modern History15 - 16
Adams, H.B. 16
Adams, President J. 44
Adorno, T. and Horkheimer, M.:
Dialectic of Enlightenment151 -2
Alamanach de Gotha138
Albrecht-Carrié, R. 8
Alker, H. 162
American Civil War (1861-5) 28
American Historical Association 16 , 121
Amin, S. 153
analogical reasoning 30 -1, 48 -9, 69 - 72 , 88 -9, 101 -2, 182 -3
anankē36
anarchy:
Bull, H. critique 186 -7;
historical critiques 105 -8;
neorealist model 100 -3;
postmodern critique 164 -6, 168 -9;
realist conception 34
Anderson, B.:
Imagined Communities157
Anderson, M.S. 73
Angell, N.:
The Great Illusion52
Ankersmit, F.R. 29
Annales (Annales d'histoire économique et sociale/Annales: Économies, sociétés, civilisations)8 , 32 , 120 -1, 155 , 184 -5
Anschluss (1938) 144
antiquarianism 4
appeasement 35 , 57 -8
Arendt, H. 152
Aristotle, 13 , 34 , 67 , 68 , 72 , 90 , 177
Arnold, M. 13 ;
Culture and Anarchy178
Aron, R. 9 , 34 , 94 , 102 , 144 , 182 , 188
Ashley, R.:
counter-memory 167 -8;
hegemonic discourse 164 ;
identity and geopolitics 168 ;
modern sovereignty critique 165 -6;
neorealism critique 110 ;
and Walker, R.B.J. on decentering power 164 -6
atavism 149 , 173
Augustine, Saint 34 , 40

b
Bacon, F. 56
balance of power:
alternative explanations for 75 -7;
and cold war 78 -9;
as historiographic school 75 ;
history of idea 72 -3;
and moral reasoning 44 , 77 ;
Morgenthau, H.J. theory 73 -5, 77 -8;
neorealist model 108 -10;
Niebuhr, R. theory 44 ;
Schroeder, P.W. revisionism 75 -7
bandwagoning 75 -6, 109
Bangladesh War (1971) 143
Barth, K. 42
Barthes, R. 159
Basel, Treaty of (1795) 71
Bates, M. 101
Baudrillard, J. 172 -3
Bauman, Z. 175
Bayat, A.:
Street Politics156
Beard, C.A. 17 , 19 , 53
Becker, C. 17 , 19 , 53 , 68
Behavioral Correlates of War (BCOW) 126 ;
coding methods 140 -1;
path dependence 141 -2;
process tracing 140 -3
Benjamin, W. 151

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History and International Relations
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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Acknowledgments ix
  • 1 - Introduction 1
  • 2 - The Historical Problem in International Relations 7
  • 3 - History, Contingency, and the Roots of Realism 33
  • 4 - History, Analogy, and Policy Realism 61
  • 5 - The Poverty of Ahistoricism 92
  • 6 - "The Importance of Being Scientific" 119
  • 7 - Exit from History? 148
  • 8 - Conclusion 179
  • Notes 191
  • References 196
  • Index 218
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