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Title Collective conflict management and changing world politics / edited by Joseph Lepgold and Thomas G. Weiss.
Imprint Albany : State University of New York Press, 1998.

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Series SUNY series in global politics
SUNY series in global politics.
Subject Security, International.
Conflict management.
World politics -- 1989-
Alt Name Lepgold, Joseph.
Weiss, Thomas George.
Description 1 online resource (xiii, 245 pages).
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Collective conflict management and changing world politics: an overview / Joseph Lepgold and Thomas G. Weiss -- Theoretical and historical perspectives on collective security: the intellectual roots of contemporary debates about collective conflict management / Alan C. Lamborn -- NATO's post-Cold War conflict management role / Joseph Lepgold -- The limits of peacekeeping, spheres of influence, and the future of the United Nations / Michael N. Barnett -- Constraints on adaptation in the American military to collective conflict management missions / Robert B. McCalla -- Somalia, Bosnia, and Haiti: what went right, what went wrong? / Andrew Bennett -- Changing norms of sovereignty and multilateral intervention / Bruce Cronin -- Military intervention and the organization of international politics / Martha Finnemore -- Collective humanitarian conflict management: more or less than the millennium? / Thomas G. Weiss.
Note Print version record.
ISBN 0585059144 (electronic bk.)
9780585059143 (electronic bk.)
OCLC # 42855319
Additional Format Print version: Collective conflict management and changing world politics. Albany : State University of New York Press, 1998 0791438430 (DLC) 97035892 (OCoLC)37437637
Table of Contents
 List of Tables and Figures 
 List of Abbreviations 
Pt. 1Collective Conflict Management: Theoretical and Historical Perspectives 
 1Collective Conflict Management and Changing World Politics: An Overview / Joseph Lepgold, Thomas G. Weiss3
 2Theoretical and Historical Perspectives on Collective Security: The Intellectual Roots of Contemporary Debates about Collective Conflict Management / Alan C. Lamborn31
Pt. 2Collective Conflict Management: Military Operations and Political Interests 
 3NATO's Post-Cold War Conflict Management Role / Joseph Lepgold57
 4The Limits of Peacekeeping, Spheres of Influence, and the Future of the United Nations / Michael N. Barnett83
 5Constraints on Adaptation in the American Military to Collective Conflict Management Missions / Robert B. McCalla105
 6Somalia, Bosnia, and Haiti: What Went Right, What Went Wrong? / Andrew Bennett133
Pt. 3Collective Conflict Management: The Humanitarian Impulse 
 7Changing Norms of Sovereignty and Multilateral Intervention / Bruce Cronin159
 8Military Intervention and the Organization of International Politics / Martha Finnemore181
 9Collective Humanitarian Conflict Management: More or Less than the Millennium? / Thomas G. Weiss205
 About the Authors235

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