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The Logic of International Relations
Beginning with the premise that international relations must be approached from a multinational perspective, this text introduces students to the idea that transactions between nations are behavioral rather than structural. Building on this perceptual analysis approach, the text discusses how the political consciousness of key nations influences international events, publi ...more
Paperback, 477 pages
Published January 17th 1997 by Pearson
(first published December 1987)
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Nations have long memories and Walter S. Jones helps readers to see that events of the past that may not even be remember by the majority of citizens of one state can be very influential in another state. Jones takes the major players on the international scene and describes how they view one another through historical interactions. He then takes the realities of each state and filters them through the general topics of international interactions. An excellent book.