|Leashing the dogs of war||p. 3|
|International sources of interstate and intrastate war||p. 17|
|New global dangers||p. 39|
|Arms acquisition and violence : are weapons or people the cause of conflict?||p. 53|
|Terrorism and global security||p. 67|
|The challenge of weak, failing, and collapsed states||p. 83|
|State making, state breaking, and state failure||p. 95|
|Power, social violence, and civil wars||p. 115|
|Minorities, Nationalists, and Islamists : managing communal conflict in the twenty-first century||p. 131|
|Turbulent transitions : why emerging democracies go to war||p. 161|
|Environmental change, security, and conflict||p. 177|
|Economic causes of civil conflict and their implications for policy||p. 197|
|Motivations for conflict: groups and individuals||p. 219|
|Using force for peace in an age of terror||p. 245|
|Limits on the use of force||p. 265|
|Yet again : humanitarian intervention and the challenges of "never again"||p. 277|
|Coercive diplomacy||p. 299|
|Expanding global military capacity to save lives with force||p. 319|
|Economic sanctions and international peace and security||p. 335|
|The place of grand strategy, statecraft, and power in conflict management||p. 355|
|A framework for success : international intervention in societies emerging from conflict||p. 369|
|The place of soft power in state-based conflict management||p. 389|
|The rule of law in conflict management||p. 401|
|Rethinking the "War on Terror" : new approaches to conflict prevention and management in the post-9/11 world||p. 425|
|International mediation||p. 437|
|Contemporary conflict resolution applications||p. 455|
|The power of nonofficial actors in conflict management||p. 477|
|The United Nations and conflict management: relevant or irrelevant?||p. 497|
|Successes and challenges in conflict management||p. 521|
|New roles for regional organizations||p. 535|
|Capacities and limits of NGOs as Conflict managers||p. 553|
|War and law : the dilemmas of international law and coercive enforcement||p. 583|
|Is democracy the answer?||p. 603|
|Is stability the answer?||p. 619|
|Economic factors in civil wars : policy considerations||p. 631|
|Sharing sovereignty : new institutions for collapsed and failing states||p. 652|
|Intervention and the nation-building debate||p. 679|
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