Causes of War by William R. Thompson,Jack S. Levy

By William R. Thompson,Jack S. Levy

Written via major students within the box, Causes of War presents the 1st complete research of the prime theories when it comes to the origins of either interstate and civil wars.

  • Utilizes ancient examples to demonstrate person theories throughout
  • Includes an research of theories of civil wars in addition to interstate wars -- one of many merely texts to do both
  • Written via former foreign reports organization Presidents

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