Restraint in international politics / Brent J. Steele.  (Text) (Text)

Steele, Brent J
Call no.: JZ1253 .S74 2019Series: Cambridge studies in international relations: 151.Publication: Cambridge, UK. : Cambridge University Press, 2019Description: xi, 295 p. : illISBN: 9781108486088; 1108486088Subject(s): International relations -- Moral and ethical aspectsInternational relations -- Psychological aspectsPolitical psychologyLOC classification: JZ1253 | .S74 2019
Contents:Introduction -- 1 Restraint Appraised: Restraint In International Relations -- 2 Restraint and Actionism in Global Politicspp -- 3 The Historical (Ab)uses of Restraint -- 4 Democratic Restraint, Democratic Libido -- 5 Restraint, Anti-Climax, and Insecurity -- 6 Restraining Those Who Can’t Restrain Themselves: Restraint International Political Economy And Public Health -- Conclusion: Towards a Strategic Narrative of Restraint.
Summary: "This book is about restraint, something I am not known to practice very frequently. But I have had to practice it in writing this book, and I've learned patience in the process because I think restraint is incredibly important for politics, and especially for international relations. I continued to slog away at this book precisely because I received so many comments, notes of encouragement, and critically important pieces of advice from friends and colleagues who also shared a sense that there needs to be a book like this one on restraint. It has taken me well over the course of five years to research, present, write, revise, and re-revise the content that went into it. In my more melodramatic moments I've referred to this book as my 'white whale'"--
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Introduction -- 1 Restraint Appraised: Restraint In International Relations -- 2 Restraint and Actionism in Global Politicspp -- 3 The Historical (Ab)uses of Restraint -- 4 Democratic Restraint, Democratic Libido -- 5 Restraint, Anti-Climax, and Insecurity -- 6 Restraining Those Who Can’t Restrain Themselves: Restraint International Political Economy And Public Health -- Conclusion: Towards a Strategic Narrative of Restraint.

"This book is about restraint, something I am not known to practice very frequently. But I have had to practice it in writing this book, and I've learned patience in the process because I think restraint is incredibly important for politics, and especially for international relations. I continued to slog away at this book precisely because I received so many comments, notes of encouragement, and critically important pieces of advice from friends and colleagues who also shared a sense that there needs to be a book like this one on restraint. It has taken me well over the course of five years to research, present, write, revise, and re-revise the content that went into it. In my more melodramatic moments I've referred to this book as my 'white whale'"--

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