1. Editors' Note
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  1. Diplomatic History and International Relations Theory: Respecting Difference and Crossing Boundaries
  2. Colin Elman, Miriam Fendius Elman
  3. pp. 5-21
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  1. Too Important to Leave to the Other: History and Political Science in the Study of International Relations
  2. Jack S. Levy
  3. pp. 22-33
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  1. Brothers under the Skin: Diplomatic History and International Relations
  2. Stephen H. Haber, David M. Kennedy, Stephen D. Krasner
  3. pp. 34-43
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  1. Knowledge for Statecraft: The Challenge for Political Science and History
  2. Alexander L. George
  3. pp. 44-52
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  1. The Wonderland of the Political Scientist
  2. Edward Ingram
  3. pp. 53-63
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  1. History and International Relations Theory: Not Use or Abuse, but Fit or Misfit
  2. Paul W. Schroeder
  3. pp. 64-74
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  1. History, Theory, and Common Ground
  2. John Lewis Gaddis
  3. pp. 75-85
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  1. From Preponderance to Offshore Balancing: America's Future Grand Strategy
  2. Christopher Layne
  3. pp. 86-124
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  1. Militarization and Diplomacy in Europe before 1914
  2. David Stevenson
  3. pp. 125-161
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  1. The Controversy over the Democratic Peace: Rearguard Action or Cracks in the Wall?
  2. Zeev Maoz
  3. pp. 162-198
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