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Author Stivachtis, Yannis A., 1965-
Title The enlargement of international society : culture versus anarchy and Greece's entry into international society / Yannis A. Stivachtis ; foreward by Richard Little.
Imprint New York : St. Martin's Press, 1998.

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Author Stivachtis, Yannis A., 1965-
Subject International relations.
Sovereignty.
Equality of states.
Civil society.
Greece -- Politics and government -- 1821-1832.
Description 1 online resource (xiv, 224 pages)
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references (pages 195-213) and index.
Contents Foreword / Richard Little -- The System/Society Distinction -- On Systems and Societies -- The concept of society -- The nature of international society -- The system/society problematique -- The System/Society Distinction -- The System/society distinction: a critical reassessment -- Communication -- Common interests -- Common rules -- Common institutions -- Common culture or civilization -- The system/society relationship -- Defining the System/Society Boundary -- The origins of European international society -- The creation of the European international system -- The birth of the European international society -- The Expansion of European Society -- The European expansion -- Entry of states into international society -- Russia's entry into international society -- Entry of the American states into international society -- Entry of the Ottoman empire into international society -- Entry of the Asian states into international society -- International society becomes world-wide -- Entry of Greece into International Society -- The Logic of Culture versus the Logic of Anarchy -- The logic of culture -- The legacy of Ancient Greece -- The influence of Ancient Greece on the Roman empire -- The interaction of Roman and Byzantine cultures -- The Greeks and Renaissance Europe -- Greek-European relations during the Ottoman rule -- Greek society on the eve of the Greek War of Independence -- The logic of anarchy -- The Eastern Question and the Greek revolt -- The Greek Revolt and the European Reaction -- The Great Powers' policy of neutrality.
Note Print version record.
ISBN 0585033870 (electronic bk.)
9780585033877 (electronic bk.)
OCLC # 42330136
Additional Format Print version: Stivachtis, Yannis A., 1965- Enlargement of international society. New York : St. Martin's Press, 1998 0333716302 (DLC) 97018339 (OCoLC)37546632
Table of Contents
 Foreword / Richard Little 
 Acknowledgments 
 List of Abbreviations 
 Introduction1
1On Systems and Societies15
  The concept of society16
  The nature of international society19
  The system/society problematique26
2The System/Society Distinction33
  The system/society distinction: a critical reassessment33
   Communication35
   Common interests36
   Common rules39
   Common institutions43
   Common culture or civilization44
  The system/society relationship48
3Defining the System/Society Boundary51
  The origins of European international society59
  The creation of the European international system67
  The birth of the European international society70
4The Expansion of European Society72
  The European expansion73
  Entry of states into international society76
   Russia's entry into international society77
   Entry of the American states into international society79
   Entry of the Ottoman empire into international society82
   Entry of the Asian states into international society88
   International society becomes world-wide93
5The Logic of Culture versus the Logic of Anarchy97
  The logic of culture97
   The legacy of Ancient Greece98
   The influence of Ancient Greece on the Roman empire99
   The interaction of Roman and Byzantine cultures100
   The Greeks and Renaissance Europe104
   Greek-European relations during the Ottoman rule106
   Greek society on the eve of the Greek War of Independence112
  The logic of anarchy115
   The Eastern Question and the Greek revolt118
6The Greek Revolt and the European Reaction122
  The Great Powers' policy of neutrality122
  Benevolent neutrality130
7From Abstention to Intervention136
  Formatting intervention143
  Implementing intervention148
8Communication and Adjustment154
  The Greek cause154
  Communication channels158
  Adoption of European practices161
9The Greek Entry into International Society169
  The Russo-Turkish War169
  The independence of Greece177
  The Greek entry into international society179
  The nature of Greek independence181
 Conclusion187
 Bibliography195
 Index214


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