|aNo more states? :|bglobalization, national self-determination, and terrorism /|cedited by Richard N. Rosecrance and Arthur A. Stein.
|aLanham, Md. :|bRowman & Littlefield,|cc2006.
|avii, 308 p. :|bill. ;|c24 cm.
|aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
|tGlobalization and its effects : introduction and overview / |r Richard N. Rosecrance, Etel Solingen, and Arthur A. Stein -- |t The "acceptance" of globalization / |r Luisita Cordero and Richard N. Rosecrance -- |t Will terrorism defeat globalization / |r Deepak Lal -- |t Terrorism, overreaction, and globalization / |r John E. Mueller -- |t Can China be effectively punished through global economic isolation / |r Richard N. Cooper -- |t Globalization, terrorism, and the U.S. relationship with Russia / |r Graham Allison -- |t Globalization and the state in the Middle East : Iran, Turkey, Israel, and the Palestinians / |r Gitty M. Amini -- |t The failure of Chechen separatism / |r John Reppert and Alexei Shevchenko -- |t The status quo in Kashmir / |r Deepak Lal -- |t Global incentives and local responses to self-determination : an application to Aceh / |r Etel Solingen -- |t Mired in Mesopotamia : the Iraq War and American interests / |r Steven E. Miller -- |t Sustainable peace agreements in the age of international institutions : the case of Cyprus / |r Barbara Koremenos -- |t The never-ending story : Quebec and the question of national self-determination / |r Alan S. Alexandroff -- |t The dilemma of devolution and federalism : secessionary nationalism and the case of Scotland / |r Arthur A. Stein and Richard N. Rosecrance -- |t The Taiwan-China tangle : divided sovereignty in the age of globalization / |r Richard Baum -- |t Who will be independent / |r Richard N. Rosecrance.
|aUnited States|xForeign relations|y2001-
|aRosecrance, Richard N.
|aStein, Arthur A.
|3Table of contents only|uhttp://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/ecip0613/2006014795.html