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The enlargement of international society : culture versus anarchy and Greece's entry into international society / Yannis A. Stivachtis ; foreword by Richard Little
Bib ID 469326
Format BookBook
Author
Stivachtis, Yannis A., 1965-
 
Description Basingstoke : Macmillan, 1998 
xiv, 224p. ; 23 cm. 
ISBN 0333716302
0312210639 (St. Martin's Press)
Full contents
  • Foreword / Richard Little
  • 1. On Systems and Societies. The concept of society. The nature of international society. The system/society problematique
  • 2. The System/Society Distinction. The system/society distinction: a critical reassessment. Communication. Common interests. Common rules. Common institutions. Common culture or civilization. The system/society relationship
  • 3. Defining the System/Society Boundary. The origins of European international society. The creation of the European international system. The birth of the European international society
  • 4. The Expansion of European Society. The European expansion. Entry of states into international society. Russia's entry into international society. Entry of the American states into international society. Entry of the Ottoman empire into international society. Entry of the Asian states into international society. International society becomes world-wide
  • 5. The Logic of Culture versus the Logic of Anarchy.
  • The logic of culture. The legacy of Ancient Greece. The influence of Ancient Greece on the Roman empire. The interaction of Roman and Byzantine cultures. The Greeks and Renaissance Europe. Greek-European relations during the Ottoman rule. Greek society on the eve of the Greek War of Independence. The logic of anarchy. The Eastern Question and the Greek revolt
  • 6. The Greek Revolt and the European Reaction. The Great Powers' policy of neutrality. Benevolent neutrality
  • 7. From Abstention to Intervention. Formatting intervention. Implementing intervention
  • 8. Communication and Adjustment. The Greek cause. Communication channels. Adoption of European practices
 
Notes

Bibliography: p195-213. - Includes index.

Subjects International law.  |  Sovereignty.  |  Equality of states.  |  Civil society.  |  Greece -- Politics and government -- 1821-1832.

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