Violent Peace: Militarized Interstate Bargaining in Latin America by David R. Mares

Violent Peace: Militarized Interstate Bargaining in Latin America

byDavid R. Mares

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-- Gabriel Marcella, U.S. Army War College

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David R. Mares is professor of political science and adjunct professor at the Graduate School of International Relations / Pacific Studies, University of California-San Diego. His publications include Penetrating the International Market and Civil-Military Relations.
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Title:Violent Peace: Militarized Interstate Bargaining in Latin AmericaFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:April 5, 2001Publisher:Columbia University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:023150568X

ISBN - 13:9780231505680

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Table of Contents

Preface: Interstate Competition in a Heterogeneous World: The Importance of Understanding Violent Peace
Part One: The Issue
1. The Origins of Violent Peace: Explaining the Use of Force in Foreign Policy
2. The Latin American Experience
Part Two: Analyzing Latin America's Violent Peace
3. The Myth of Hegemonic Management
4. Democracy, Restrained Leadership and the Use of Military Force
5. The Distribution of Power and Conflict Management
6. Military Leadership and the Use of Force: Illustrations from the Beagle Channel Dispute
7. Democracies and the Use of Force: Suggestions from the Ecuador-Peru Dispute
Part Three: Conclusions
8. Militarized Bargaining in Latin America: Prospects for Diminishing its Use
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