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Security Communities

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This book argues that community can exist at the international level, and that states dwelling within an international community have the capacity to develop a pacific disposition. The contributors provide an exhaustive regional and historical survey of places where states have come to expect peace, where they are working to foster such expectations, and where peace is hop ...more
Hardcover, 462 pages
Published October 28th 1998 by Cambridge University Press
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A nice revival of the Deutch et al. classic. Superb empirical cuts (Ones by Waever and Barnett & Gause III stand out) and especially the conclusion by Charles Tilly gives this a majestic twist, when it comes to theoretical contribution. Worth a shot.
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