Power, Interest, and Identity in Military Alliance
The theoretical sophistication of this book sets a new standard for all students of military alliances in general and of the U.S.-Korea alliance in specific. Based on meticulous empirical research, suh’s nuanced analysis develops a compelling ease for the political significance of alliances. Beyond the balance of power, alliance politics trigger processes that construct the identities of allies and adversaries. Suh’s elegant analysis explains how and why. This important book is required reading for all scholars interested in national security and international relations theory.
Tidak tersedia versi lain