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by Michael Nicholson

Category: Social Sciences
Subcategory: Political books
Author: Michael Nicholson
ISBN: 0340117834
ISBN13: 978-0340117835
Language: English
Publisher: The English Universities Press Limited (1971)
Pages: 160
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In this book, Michael Nicholson outlines social scientific approaches to international relations and then describes the problems of rational decision-making in conflict situations

In this book, Michael Nicholson outlines social scientific approaches to international relations and then describes the problems of rational decision-making in conflict situations. He shows how rationality is in many strategic situations hard to define and often leads to paradoxes such as the prisoners dilemma, and explores rational beliefs about the international system. He examines theories of arms races, alliances, and the international problems of ecology

Conflict Analysis (New Science)

Conflict Analysis (New Science). 0340124849 (ISBN13: 9780340124840). Michael Nicholson OBE (born 9 January 1937) is an English journalist and former ITN Senior Foreign Correspondent. Born in Romford, Essex, Nicholson attended the University of Leicester and is one of the world's most decorated and longest serving British television correspondents. Nicholson joined ITV in 1964 and over the ensuing forty years he reported from 18 war zones: Biafra, Israel, Vietn Michael Nicholson OBE (born 9 January 1937) is an English journalist and former ITN Senior Foreign Correspondent.

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This book is both an exposition and a defence of a social scientific approach to conflict in international relations. Professor Nicholson addresses two central questions

This book is both an exposition and a defence of a social scientific approach to conflict in international relations. Professor Nicholson addresses two central questions. To what extent can we usefully discuss behaviour in violent or potentially violent international conflict as rational? How do we formulate and test theories in international relations so that we can rationally believe in them? After outlining social scientific approaches to international relations, the author describes the problems of rational decision making in conflict situations.

The School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution (S-CAR) is a division of George Mason University based near Washington, . United States with locations in Arlington, Fairfax, and Lorton, Virginia. S-CAR was founded in 1981 as the Center for Conflict Analysis, later named the Center for Conflict Analysis and Resolution (CCAR) and began offering a master's degree in Conflict Analysis and Resolution in 1983

Michael Lund, Senior Specialist for Conflict and PeacebuildingĀ . Conflict analysis is the critical. first step toward meeting these objectives. The book is brand new and completely falling apart.

Michael Lund, Senior Specialist for Conflict and Peacebuilding, Management Systems International, Inc. "A comprehensive description of the costs of deadly conflict and an important contribution on conflict analysis. Conflict Analysis: Understanding Causes, Unlocking Solutions is a guide for practitioners seeking to prevent deadly conflict or mitigate political instability.

25. Arthur Westing, e. Global Resources and International Conflict (Oxford and New York: SIPRI/OUP, 1986).

16. Michael Nicholson, Conflict Analysis (London: English University Press, 1971), p. 2. 17. Quoted from Van de Goor, Rupesinghe, and Sciarone, ed. Between Development and Destruction, p. 18. Ibid. 25. 26. Barry Buzan, People, State and Fear: The National Security Problem in International Relations (Brighton: Wheatsheaf Books, 1983). 27. Barry Buzan, People, State and Fear: An Agenda for International Security Studies in Post Cold War Era (Boulder, CO: Lynne Rienner, 1991).

In this book, Michael Nicholson outlines social scientific approaches to international relations and then describes the problems of rational decision-making in conflict situations

In this book, Michael Nicholson outlines social scientific approaches to international relations and then describes the problems of rational decision-making in conflict situations. He examines theories of arms races, alliances, and the international problems of ecology

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