Collective conflict management and changing world politics / edited by Joseph Lepgold and Thomas G. Weiss.
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State University of New York Press,
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Table of 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.