Understanding War and Peace

Understanding War and Peace is an online, modular textbook for college courses on international relations and war. Each chapter is sold separately, as an e-book, just like buying individual songs instead of having to buy an entire album.

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●Chapters written by leading scholars, accounting for cutting edge research
●Written for undergraduate readers: methodologically appropriate, lots of historical examples, avoiding excessive literature reviews, focusing on concepts
●Chapters are sold separately, meaning students only buy those chapters they are assigned to read, keeping textbook prices down
●Affordable pricing, $2.99 per chapter, each chapter about 15,000 words
●Each chapter has outstanding features, including discussion questions, key terms, suggested readings
●Three modules in each chapter: a main module, a case study module, and a quantitative study module
●Content is student tested; read student reviews here

Chapters

Chapter 1: Bargaining and War, by Dan Reiter, Emory University  BUY NOW
Chapter 2: International Alliances, by Dan Reiter, Emory University  BUY NOW
Chapter 3: Nuclear Weapons, by Michael Horowitz, University of Pennsylvania  BUY NOW
Chapter 4: Leaders, Institutions, and Foreign Policy, by Michael Horowitz, University of Pennsylvania  BUY NOW
Chapter 5: Public Opinion and Conflict, by Chris Gelpi, Ohio State University BUY NOW
Chapter 6: Economics and War, by Paul Poast, University of Chicago  BUY NOW
Chapter 7: Third Party Peacemaking and Peacekeeping, by Kyle Beardsley, Duke University  BUY NOW
Chapter 8: Civil Wars, by Kathleen Gallagher Cunningham, University of Maryland  BUY NOW
Chapter 9: Environment and Conflict, by Cullen Hendrix, University of Denver  BUY NOW

 

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