Neighbors & Strangers: The Fundamentals of Foreign Affairs

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Acknowledgments ix
  • Introduction 1
  • Part I - The Bottom Line 11
  • 1 - Staying Alive in a Dangerous World 13
  • 2 - Out of the Mists of the Past 24
  • 3 - Our Possessions 36
  • Part II - Defense 45
  • 4 - Keeping Them Out 47
  • 5 - Rome, Walled China, and Medieval Europe 58
  • 6 - Modern Walls 66
  • Part III - Armies and Warfare 73
  • 7 - The First Armies 75
  • 8 - Assyria and Rome 84
  • 9 - Soldiers, Mercenaries, and Guerrillas 92
  • 10 - The Colonial Auxiliary 101
  • 11 - Weapons 108
  • 12 - Modern Armies 116
  • Part IV - Nongovernmental Relations 127
  • 13 - Trade 129
  • 14 - The Trader 139
  • 15 - European Trade and Finance 152
  • 16 - The Amateurs 165
  • Part V - Intelligence and Espionage 173
  • 17 - Getting to Know Them 175
  • 18 - Species and Spymasters 182
  • 19 - Tools of the Trade 195
  • 20 - Espionage and Counterintelligence 203
  • Part VI - Diplomacy 215
  • 21 - Peaceful Relations Between States 217
  • 22 - Worldviews ans Strategy 224
  • 23 - The Conduct of Relations 233
  • 24 - The Medieval School of Statecraft 243
  • 25 - Diplomats and Their Masters 252
  • 26 - Intervention and International Law 268
  • Part VII - Getting Rid of the Alien 279
  • 27 - Parting Company 281
  • 28 - Ethnic Cleansing 293
  • 29 - Coming Together 311
  • Notes 321
  • Index 351
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