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Free Trade and Arms Races.
December 1, 1998... The study of arms races is at the center of international relations. Analysts have investigated the theoretical and empirical dynamics of arms races, the behavior of specific nations and dyads engaged in an arms race, and the relationship between arms races and the escalation of military...
Major Power Intervention in International Crises, 1918-1988.
December 1, 1998... The military intervention of major powers can have a decisive impact on the outcome of international crises involving other states. Such interventions have deterred the outbreak of war (Huth 1988) and have led to the military defeat of aggressors when policies of extended deterrence have...
The Latitude of Acceptance: ISRAELI ATTITUDES TOWARD POLITICAL PROTEST BEFORE AND AFTER THE ASSASSINATION OF YITZHAK RABIN.
December 1, 1998... DEMOCRATIC CITIZENSHIP AND POLITICAL PROTEST The proliferation of citizens' initiatives, social movements, and other manifestations of extra-parliamentary public political participation in Israel from the mid-1970s through the 1980s and 1990s marks a change in the Israeli political...
Status in the World System and Ethnic Mobilization.
December 1, 1998... Daily reports of Arab-Israeli violence in the West Bank, IRA bombings in Northern Ireland, attacks on gypsies in Hungary, rebellions in Sri Lanka, and the ethnic civil war in Rwanda document the fact that ethnic violence can erupt spontaneously nearly anywhere in the world.(1) Comparative...
Cognitive-Affective States Predict Military and Political Aggression and Risk Taking.
December 1, 1998... A CONTENT ANALYSIS OF CHURCHILL, HITLER, ROOSEVELT, AND STALIN This study of world leaders uses three cognitive-affective state measures and their interactions to predict aggressive and risk-taking behavior, These measures could consistently determine how information is perceived,...