- Title Pages
- Tables and Figures
- List of Contributors
- Introduction: The Past
- 1 The Evolving Structure of World Politics, 1991–2011
- 2 From Realism to the Liberal Peace
- 3 War, Democracy, and Peace
- 4 Victory
- 5 The United States and the Cold War
- 6 The Cold War and Its Legacy
- 7 Two Finales: How the End of the Third World and the End of the Cold War Are Linked
- 8 Nuclear Weapons and International Relations Since the End of the Cold War
- 9 The Development of the Arms Race and How We Think About It
- 10 Between Primacy and Decline: America’s Role in the Post-Cold War World
- 11 Russia and the West: Twenty Difficult Years
- 12 The European Union at Twenty: Can Europe Be Saved?
- 13 China’s Prolonged Rise
- 14 After the West? Toward a New International System?
- Conclusion: The Future
- International Relations Since the End of the Cold War
- Oxford University Press
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