Arms Race Theory: Strategy and Structure of Behavior

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1.
James N. Rosenau, "Puzzlement in Foreign Policy," Jerusalem Journal of International Relations 1 (Summer 1976), pp. 1-10.
2.
James N. Rosenau, "Thinking Theory Thoroughly," address to the Seminar on International Relations Theory, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, May 14-17, 1979. (Typewritten.)
3.
Quincy Wright, A Study of War ( Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1942), vol. 2, p. 813.
4.
Dina Zinnes, "Three Puzzles in Search of a Researcher," International Studies Quarterly 24 ( March 1980), pp. 1-27.
5.
Peter Busch, "Mathematical Models of Arms Races," in What Price Vigilance: The Burdens of National Defense, ed. Bruce Russett ( New Haven: Yale University Press, 1970), pp. 193-233; Dina Zinnes and John Gillespie, "Analysis of Arms Race Models: USA vs. USSR and NATO vs. WTO," in Modeling and Simulation, eds. W. G. Vogt and M. H. Mickle ( Pittsburgh: Instrument Society of America, 1973), vol. 4, pp. 145-148; Hans Rattinger, "Armaments, Detente, and Bureaucracy: The Case of the Arms Race in Europe," Journal of Conflict Resolution 19 ( December 1975), pp. 571-595; John Gillespie and Dina Zinnes, "Progressions in Mathematical Models of International Conflict," Synthese 31 ( 1975), pp. 289-321; W. Ladd Hollist, "Alternative Explanations of Competitive Arms Processes: Tests on Four Pairs of Nations," American Journal of Political Science 21 ( May 1977), pp. 313-340; Charles W. Ostrom Jr. , "Evaluating Alternative Foreign Policy Decision-Making Models: An Empirical Test between an Arms Race Model and an Organizational Politics Model," Journal of Conflict Resolution 21 ( June 1977), pp. 235-265; Robert Shisko, "Defense Budget Interactions Revisited," Rand Paper P-5882 ( Santa Monica, CA: Rand Corp., 1977); Michael Wallace and Judy Wilson, "Non-linear Arms Race Models," Journal of Peace Research 15 ( 1978), pp. 175-192; Jean-Christian Lambelet, Urs Luterbacher, and Pierre Allan, "Dynamics of Arms Races: Mutual Stimulation vs. Self-Stimulation," Journal of Peace Science 4 ( 1979), pp. 49-66; Michael Wallace, "The Role of Arms Races in the Escalation of Disputes into War: Some New Evidence," Journal of Conflict Resolution 23 ( 1979), pp. 3-16; Michael Wallace, "Accounting for Superpower Arms Spending," in Threats, Weapons, and Foreign Policy, eds. Pat McGowan and Charles Kegley ( Beverly Hills, CA: Sage, 1980), pp. 259-274; A. F.K. Organski and J. Kugler, The War Ledger ( Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1980); Thomas Cusack and Michael Don Ward, "Military Spending in the United States, Soviet Union, and the People's Republic of China," Journal of Conflict Resolution 25 ( September 1981), pp. 429-469; Stephen Majeski and David Jones, "Arms Race Modeling: Causality Analysis and Model Specification," Journal of Conflict Resolution 25 ( 1981), pp. 259-288; Mike Horn , "Arms Races and the Likelihood of War," paper presented to the annual meeting of the International Studies Association, Atlanta, March 27-31, 1984.
6.
Joseph Schumpeter, "Imperialism and Social Classes: Two Essays" ( New York: Signet, 1951).

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Table of contents

  • Recent Titles in Contributions in Military Studies ii
  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Illustrations ix
  • Acknowledgments xi
  • INTRODUCTION: STRATEGY AND THE STRUCTURE OF BEHAVIOR IN ARMS RACES 1
  • 1 - The Problem of Interaction in Arms Accumulation 3
  • Notes 17
  • 2 - Theories of Interaction in Arms Accumulation 25
  • Notes 57
  • 3 - Methods for Representing Interaction in Arms Accumulation 75
  • Notes 108
  • 4 - A Computational Model of Arms Accumulation 115
  • Notes 133
  • 5 - Strategies of Arms Accumulation Research 135
  • Notes 155
  • 6 - Summary and Conclusions on Arms Accumulation 159
  • Notes 166
  • APPENDICES 169
  • SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY 183
  • Index 239
  • About the Author 247
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