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The rise and fall of peace on Earth

Author: Michael Mandelbaum
Publisher: New York, NY : Oxford University Press, 2019
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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The Rise and Fall of Peace on Earth examines that singularly peaceful quarter century. Its initial three chapters describe how and why peace came to be established in three important parts of the world: Europe (Chapter 1), where it was most firmly embedded; East Asia (Chapter 2), which was more peaceful than at any other time in its modern history; and the Middle East (Chapter 3), the least peaceful of the three  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Michael Mandelbaum
ISBN: 9780190935931 ) 0190935936
OCLC Number: 1099915142
Description: p.
Contents: Europe : the lost peace --
East Asia : the commercial peace --
The Middle East : the hegemonic truce --
Peace regained?

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The Rise and Fall of Peace on Earth examines that singularly peaceful quarter century. Its initial three chapters describe how and why peace came to be established in three important parts of the world: Europe (Chapter 1), where it was most firmly embedded; East Asia (Chapter 2), which was more peaceful than at any other time in its modern history; and the Middle East (Chapter 3), the least peaceful of the three regions during those 25 years. These chapters also describe and explain how and why the unprecedentedly peaceful conditions in each of the three regions came to an end. The fourth and final chapter explores the prospects for the revival of peace in the future"

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Exceptionally wise, erudite and compelling, Mandelbaum has produced the definitive record of the rise and fall of the 'deep peace.' Masterful in its historical command and judicious in the strategic Read more...

 
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