The Resource Force and folly : essays on foreign affairs and the history of ideas

Force and folly : essays on foreign affairs and the history of ideas

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Force and folly : essays on foreign affairs and the history of ideas
Title
Force and folly
Title remainder
essays on foreign affairs and the history of ideas
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
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Speier, Hans
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Series statement
M.I.T. studies in comparative politics
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World politics
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Force and folly : essays on foreign affairs and the history of ideas
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • "The papers presented here were written in the last ten years, so that this book may be regarded as a sequel to Social order and the risks of war ... first published in 1952."
  • Includes index
Bibliography note
Bibliographical footnotes
Contents
War and peace in the nuclear age.--International political communication: elite vs. mass.--The political value of arms.--Revolutionary War.--Soviet atomic blackmail and the North Atlantic Alliance.--The Suez crises.--Germany in American foreign policy.--The Hallstein doctrine.--On war games.--Some observations on political gaming.--The pitfalls of political humor.--The fool and social order.--Court and tavern in the German Baroque novel.--Simplicissimus, the irreverent fool.--Courage, the adventuress.--Grimmelshausen's laughter
Control code
68030753
Extent
vii, 342 p.
Label
Force and folly : essays on foreign affairs and the history of ideas
Publication
Note
  • "The papers presented here were written in the last ten years, so that this book may be regarded as a sequel to Social order and the risks of war ... first published in 1952."
  • Includes index
Bibliography note
Bibliographical footnotes
Contents
War and peace in the nuclear age.--International political communication: elite vs. mass.--The political value of arms.--Revolutionary War.--Soviet atomic blackmail and the North Atlantic Alliance.--The Suez crises.--Germany in American foreign policy.--The Hallstein doctrine.--On war games.--Some observations on political gaming.--The pitfalls of political humor.--The fool and social order.--Court and tavern in the German Baroque novel.--Simplicissimus, the irreverent fool.--Courage, the adventuress.--Grimmelshausen's laughter
Control code
68030753
Extent
vii, 342 p.

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