International Order and Foreign Policy

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International Order and Foreign Policy

By Friedrich V. Kratochwil
Westview Press, 1978
298 pp. $20.00

An approach that relates theory not to an unattainable world order but to practical progress toward accepted rules of the game in interaction between states. A long disquisition on the determinants and the pattern of U.S.-Soviet behavior since World War II, with which some will quarrel, is more than just another opinion about responsibility for the cold war; it forms a basis for new conceptual thinking rooted in international reality. A stimulating book.

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