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Author Tang, Shiping.
Title The social evolution of international politics [electronic resource] / Shiping Tang.
Publication Info Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2013.
Edition 1st ed.



Descript viii, 281 p. ; 24 cm.
Edition 1st ed.
Contents Part I. Preparing the ground. Introduction: why an evolutionary approach toward IR? -- 1. From biological evolution to social evolution -- Part II. The systematic transformation of international politics. 2. Paradise Lost and paradigm gained: the making of the offensive realism world -- 3. From Mearsheimer to Jervis -- 4. A more rule-based international system unfolding -- Part III. Implications and conclusion. 5. International politics as an evolutionary system.
ISBN 0199658331
9780199658336
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Author Tang, Shiping.
Subject Political science -- Philosophy -- History.
Political sociology.
Evolution (Biology) and the social sciences.
Descript viii, 281 p. ; 24 cm.
Edition 1st ed.
Contents Part I. Preparing the ground. Introduction: why an evolutionary approach toward IR? -- 1. From biological evolution to social evolution -- Part II. The systematic transformation of international politics. 2. Paradise Lost and paradigm gained: the making of the offensive realism world -- 3. From Mearsheimer to Jervis -- 4. A more rule-based international system unfolding -- Part III. Implications and conclusion. 5. International politics as an evolutionary system.
ISBN 0199658331
9780199658336
Author Tang, Shiping.
Subject Political science -- Philosophy -- History.
Political sociology.
Evolution (Biology) and the social sciences.

Subject Political science -- Philosophy -- History.
Political sociology.
Evolution (Biology) and the social sciences.
Descript viii, 281 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents Part I. Preparing the ground. Introduction: why an evolutionary approach toward IR? -- 1. From biological evolution to social evolution -- Part II. The systematic transformation of international politics. 2. Paradise Lost and paradigm gained: the making of the offensive realism world -- 3. From Mearsheimer to Jervis -- 4. A more rule-based international system unfolding -- Part III. Implications and conclusion. 5. International politics as an evolutionary system.
ISBN 0199658331
9780199658336

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