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373 Notes Introduction 1. United States Marine Corps, Small Wars Manual, I-1. 2. United States Marine Corps, Small Wars Manual, I-1, I-33, II-2, I-18, II-2, I-12, I-32. 3. Poole and Rosenthal, Congress: A Political-Economic History of Roll Call Voting. 4. Friedman, Essays in Positive Economics, 315. 1. A Primer on Security Concepts 1. Waltz, Man, the State and War. 2. Moseley, “Just War Theory.” 3. See, for example, Holcomb and Ribbing, “War Has Changed. The Laws of War Must, Too.” 4. Augustine, The Political Writings of Saint Augustine, 162–83. For commentary, see Dean, The Political Writings and Social Ideas of Saint Thomas Aquinas, 134–71. 5. Howard, The Invention of Peace, 9. 6. Walzer, “The Triumph of Just War Theory—and the Dangers of Success.” 7. Grotius, On the Laws of War and Peace, 5–58. 8. Vattel, The Law of Nations, 469–649. 9. Walzer, Just and Unjust Wars, 72. 10. Wallis, God’s Politics, 113. 11. Schelling’s Arms and Influence is the seminal work in this area, complemented by Art, “To What Ends Military Power?” Mearsheimer, Conventional Deterrence , elaborates on deterrence theory; and Cimbala, Coercive Military Strategy, does the same for the coercive use of military force. 12. Schelling, Arms and Influence, 71, 72, 4. 13. Watson, “Reagan’s Raiders,” 26; for the policy implications of the raid on Libya, see Rubner, “Antiterrorism and the Withering of the 1973 War Powers Resolution.” 374 notes to pages 10–17 14. Levy, “Declining Power.” This article was selected both because of its accurate expression of the concepts and because it predates the 9/11 attacks and the apparent deliberate misuse of the terms afterward. 15. Levy, “Declining Power,” 90. 16. Quoted in Walzer, Just and Unjust Wars, 74. See also Akerman, “But What’s the Legal Case for Preemption?,” b2. 17. Levy, “Declining Power,” 87, 91. 18. Levy, “Misperceptions and the Causes of War.” See also Levy, “Declining Power.” 19. Friedman, “You Gotta Have Friends.” 20. Bishara, “The Political Repercussions of the Israeli Raid on the Iraqi Nuclear Reactor”; Ramberg, “Attacks on Nuclear Reactors.” 21. Lobel and Ratner, “Bypassing the Security Council.” 22. Carr, International Relations, 1–21. 23. Carr, International Relations, 21. 24. Carr, International Relations, 92. 25. Carr, International Relations, 8. 26. Carr, International Relations, 10. 27. Mearsheimer, “The False Promise of International Institutions”; Glaser, “Realists as Optimists”; Wohlforth, “Realism and the End of the Cold War”; Keohane and Martin, “The Promise of Institutionalist Theory”; Kupchan and Kupchan, “The Promise of Collective Security”; Ruggie, “The False Premise of Realism ”; Wendt, “Constructing International Politics”; Mearsheimer, “A Realist Reply.” Mearsheimer’s article in volume 19 of International Security generated most of the rebuttal in volume 20, and the interested reader may wish to begin there. 28. Herz, “Power Politics and World Organization.” 29. Mill, Considerations on Representative Government, 382. 30. Carr, International Relations, 161. 31. Carr, International Relations, 153. 32. Carr, International Relations, 153. 33. Thucydides, The Peloponnesian War. 34. Sun Tzu, The Art of War. 35. Kautilya, Arathashastra. 36. Machiavelli, The Prince. 37. Hobbes, Leviathan. 38. Von Clausewitz, On War. 39. Morgenthau, Politics among Nations. 40. Morgenthau, “Six Principles of Political Realism,” in International Politics, ed. Art and Jervis, 16, 18. 41. Mearsheimer, “False Promise,” 10. 42. Bull, The Anarchical Society. notes to pages 18–31 375 43. Monten, “The Roots of the Bush Doctrine.” 44. Emeric Vattel, qtd. in Wright, A Study of War, 119–20. 45. Wright, A Study of War, 63. 46. Kennedy, The Rise and Fall of the Great Powers. 47. Hume, “Of the Balance of Power,” provides an early and classically British articulation . Vagts and Vagts, “The Balance of Power in International Law,” provides a historical development from the perspective of international law. Gulick, Europe’s Classic Balance of Power, is perhaps the best and most thorough articulation of balance of power theory. 48. Mearsheimer, The Tragedy of Great Power Politics, 29. 49. Doyle, “Kant, Liberal Legacies, and Foreign Affairs,” 114–16. 50. Mearsheimer, “False Promise,” 28–30. 51. Ninkovich, The Wilsonian Century. 52. Ricardo, Principles of Political Economy and Taxation, 262–72. 53. Russett, Grasping the Democratic Peace; Layne, “Kant or Cant?” 54. Carr, International Relations, 114. 55. Smith, Wealth of Nations. 56. Mill, Principles of Political Economy II, bk., 5, chap. xi, qtd. in Carr, International Relations, 45. 57. Carr, International Relations, 46. 58. Carr, International Relations, 47. 59. Carr, International Relations, 115. 60. Williams, The Tragedy of American Diplomacy; Chomsky...


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