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Paths to Peace develops a theory about the domestic obstacles to peace in interstate wars-and the role of domestic leadership changes in overcoming these obstacles-and it tests this theory in historical case studies of the Korean War and statistical analysis of interstate wars since 1862.

Produktbeschreibung
Paths to Peace develops a theory about the domestic obstacles to peace in interstate wars-and the role of domestic leadership changes in overcoming these obstacles-and it tests this theory in historical case studies of the Korean War and statistical analysis of interstate wars since 1862.
Autorenporträt
Elizabeth A. Stanley is Assistant Professor of Security Studies in Georgetown University's Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service and Department of Government. She is co-editor, with Risa Brooks, of Creating Military Power: The Sources of Military Effectiveness (Stanford, 2007).