Globalization and Fragmentation: International Relations in the Twentieth Century

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DETAILED CONTENTS
Introduction1
Globalization and Fragmentation1
The State, International Relations, and Globalization5
Historical Outlines6
How Long was the Twentieth Century?9
1. Globalization and Fragmentation16
What is Globalization?16
The Sources of Globalization23
The Nature of Fragmentation26
The Way Ahead31
2.The Paradoxes of the Pre-war World, 1900-191433
Globalization in Pre-war International Relations36
Globalization of the Balance of Power39
The Alliance Systems and Integration42
A Globalized System?43
Renewed Fragmentation47
States, International Relations, and the Globalization/Fragmentation Paradox49
3.The Impact of War, 1914-191952
The Ambivalence of War52
The First World War and Globalization62
The First World War and Fragmentation67
States of War and States at Peace72
4. The Fragmentation of the Inter-war Era, 1919-193975
The Period in Overview80
The Return to Internationalism?83
Paradise Regained?88

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Detailed Contents ix
  • Introduction 1
  • 1 - Globalization and Fragmentation 16
  • 2 - The Paradoxes of the Pre-War World, 1900-1914 33
  • 3 - The Impact of War, 1914-1919 52
  • 4 - The Fragmentation of the Inter-War Era, 1919-1939 75
  • 5 - States of War, 1939-1945 99
  • 6 - The Cold War and Globalization, 1945-1969 122
  • 7 - Eras of Negotiation and Confrontation, 1970-1989 148
  • 8 - Beyond the Cold War, 1990-2000 172
  • Conclusion 197
  • Bibliography 203
  • Index 215
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