The world has gone through a number of major changes in the last decade of the twentieth century: political, social, technological, and cultural. How have these changes affected the nature of war and other violent conflicts? To what extent has war shaped some of these changes? The contributors to this volume address the interaction between war and key changes on the global and regional levels. The issues addressed include relationships between demographic changes and war, global democratization and war, strategic thinking and war, and leadership survival and war. Zeev Maoz is Professor of Political Science, Tel Aviv University. Azar Gat is Professor and Chair of Political Science, Tel Aviv University.
Publisher: The University of Michigan Press ISBN: 9780472111855 Number of pages: 256 Weight: 555 g Dimensions: 238 x 161 x 27 mm
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