- Title Pages
1Before the War
2Respites or Resolutions?
3Better Now Than Later
4Allies, Overbalance, and War
5Economic Interdependence and War
6The Thucydides Trap
8Thucydides, Alliance Politics, and Great Power Conflict
9War, Revolution, and the Uncertain Primacy of Domestic Politics
10Domestic Coalitions, Internationalization, and War
11European Militaries and the Origins of World War I
12Inevitability and War
13Lessons from Europe 1914 for Asia 2014
14Contingency as a Cause (or Little Things Mean a Lot)
- Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs
- Belfer Center Studies in International Security
The Sarajevo Centenary—1914 and the Rise of China
- The Next Great War?
Steven E. Miller
- The MIT Press
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