戦略研究入門(第6版)<br>Strategy in the Contemporary World : An Introduction to Strategic Studies (6 PAP/PSC)

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戦略研究入門(第6版)
Strategy in the Contemporary World : An Introduction to Strategic Studies (6 PAP/PSC)

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Bringing together international experts to provide a comprehensive introduction to strategic studies, this is the only overview to critically engage with both enduring and contemporary issues that dominate strategy. Throughout the chapters readers are encouraged to explore key debates and alternative perspectives. A boxed debates feature considers key controversies and presents opposing arguments, helping students to build critical thinking skills and reflect upon awide range of perspectives. The new edition has been thoroughly updated to incorporate the latest developments in the field of strategic studies. A new chapter 18 on 'The West and the Rest' explores the limitations and problems strategic studies face when dealing with security challenges in the Global South, stressing the importance of diversity in the field and the important contributions the non-Western world has made to international relations theories and concepts. Chapter 14 on 'Geography and Strategy' considersimportant developments in air power, maritime strategy and the rapid expansion of space and cyber warfare. This text is supported by fully updated online resources, to encourage deeper engagement with content.For students:Case studies help to contextualise and deepen understanding of key issuesWeb links and further reading provide students with opportunities to deepen their understanding of main topics and explore further areas of research interestFully updated lecturer resources help to engage students effectively with course material:Customisable PowerPoint slides to ensure clarity of explanation of key concepts and debatesTest Bank to reinforce key concepts and test students' understanding

Table of Contents

Acknowledgements                                   xv
List of Contributors xvi
Guided Tour of Textbook Features a Guided Tour xxii
of the Online Resources
1 Introduction: Strategy in the 1 (18)
Contemporary World
John Baylis
James J. Wirtz
Introduction 1 (3)
What is Strategic Studies? 4 (2)
Strategic Studies and the Classical 6 (2)
Realist Tradition
What Criticisms are Made of Strategic 8 (4)
Studies?
What is the Relationship between 12 (7)
Strategic Studies and Security Studies?
PART I Enduring Issues of Strategy
2 The History of the Practice of Strategy 19 (17)
from Antiquity to Napoleon
Beatrice Heuser
Introduction: Definitions of Strategy 19 (1)
Antiquity 20 (4)
The West European Middle Ages 24 (2)
Early Modern Europe 26 (4)
From the American War of Independence to 30 (2)
the Napoleonic Wars
Conclusion 32 (4)
3 The Evolution of Modern Warfare 36 (20)
Michael Sheehan
Introduction 36 (1)
The Napoleonic Legacy 37 (3)
The Industrialization of War 40 (5)
Naval Warfare & Total War 45 (5)
Nuclear Weapons and Revolutionary Warfare 50 (2)
Conclusion: Postmodern War 52 (4)
4 Strategic Theory 56 (16)
Thomas G. Mahnken
Introduction 56 (1)
The Logic of Strategy 57 (4)
Clausewitz's On War 61 (5)
Sun Tzu and Mao 66 (3)
Conclusion 69 (3)
5 The Causes of War and the Conditions of 72 (17)
Peace
John Garnett
John Baylis
Introduction 72 (1)
The Study of War 73 (3)
Human Nature Explanations of War 76 (7)
Wars `Within' and `Beyond' States 83 (3)
Conclusion 86 (3)
6 Strategic Culture 89 (19)
Jeffrey S. Lantis
Darryl Howlett
Introduction 89 (1)
Thinking about Culture and Strategy 90 (3)
Sources of Strategic Culture 93 (3)
Constructivism and Strategic Culture 96 (2)
Continuing Issues: Change or Continuity? 98 (3)
Delineating Non-State, State, and 101 (2)
Multistats Strategic Cultures
Strategic Culture and Weapons of Mass 103 (2)
Destruction
Conclusion 105 (3)
7 Law, Politics, and the Use of Force 108 (19)
Justin Morris
Introduction: The Efficacy of 108 (2)
International Law
Why States Obey the Law 110 (3)
International Law and the Use of Force 113 (4)
Jus ad Bellum 117 (3)
Jus in Bello 120 (4)
Conclusion 124 (3)
8 Technology and Warfare
Eliot A. Cohen
Introduction: Technophiles and 127 (1)
Technophobes
Some Ways of Thinking about Military 128 (3)
Technology
Mapping Military Technology 131 (2)
The Revolution in Military Affairs Debate 133 (4)
Asymmetric Challenges 137 (1)
Challenges of the New Technology 138 (2)
Conclusion: The Future of Military 140 (4)
Technology
9 Intelligence and Strategy 144 (1)
Roger Z. George
Introduction 144 (1)
What is Intelligence? 145 (5)
Intelligence as Enabler of US Strategy 150 (3)
Strategic Surprise: Causes and Correctives 153 (4)
Intelligence Performance Since Major 9/11 157 (3)
Reforms
Managing the Information Domain 160 (2)
Conclusion 162 (3)
10 Strategy and Defence Planning 165 (18)
Colin S. Gray
Introduction 165 (1)
Strategy Politics, and Defence Planning 166 (2)
Problems with the Future 168 (4)
Approaches to Defence Planning 172 (3)
Guidance for Defence Planning 175 (2)
Conclusion 173 (10)
PART II Contemporary Problems
11 Irregular Warfare: Terrorism and 183 (19)
Insurgency
James D. Kiras
Introduction 183 (3)
Subverting the System: The Theory and 186 (5)
Practice of Irregular Warfare
Defending the System: Counterinsurgency 191 (6)
and Counterterrorism in Theory and
Practice
Irregular Warfare Now and in the Future 197 (2)
Conclusion 199 (3)
12 The Second Nuclear Age: Nuclear Weapons 202 (18)
in the Twenty-First Century
C. Dale Walton
Introduction 202 (2)
The First Nuclear Age 204 (2)
Risks in the Second Nuclear Age 206 (5)
Adapting to the Second Nuclear Age 211 (5)
Conclusion: Looking Towards the Third 216 (1)
Nuclear Age?
Deterrence in Changing Political and 217 (3)
Technological Circumstances
13 The Control of Weapons of Mass 220 (18)
Destruction
John Baylis
Introduction 220 (1)
Arms Control during the Cold War 221 (3)
The Residual Role of Arms Control in the 224 (2)
Post-Cold War Era
From Arms Control to Counterproliferation 226 (3)
The Challenges of Counterproliferation 229 (1)
The Diplomatic Option: Military Responses 230 (1)
Withheld?
Does Arms Control Have a Future? 231 (5)
Conclusion 236 (2)
14 Conventional Power and Contemporary 238 (17)
Warfare
John Ferris
Introduction: Power and War---A History 238 (1)
New World Orders: 1945, 1989, 2001 239 (2)
Power and Hyperpower 241 (2)
Military Affairs: Revolution and 243 (1)
Counter-Revolution
Arts of War 244 (2)
Military Balances 246 (2)
World on the Scales 248 (2)
War, What is it Good For? 250 (2)
Conclusion 252 (3)
15 Geography and Strategy 255 (18)
Daniel Moran
Introduction: The Lie of the Land 255 (1)
Land Warfare, The Quest for Victory 256 (4)
Maritime Strategy 260 (4)
Air Power 264 (3)
The Final Frontier: Space War 267 (2)
War by Other Means: Cyberspace 269 (2)
Conclusion 271 (2)
16 Humanitarian Intervention and Peace 273 (18)
Operations
Sheena Chestnut Greitens
Introduction 273 (1)
The Changing Face of Peacekeeping 274 (4)
The Politics of Humanitarian Intervention 278 (5)
The Military Character of Peace Operations 283 (4)
Conclusion: Problems and Prospects 287 (4)
17 The Rise of Cyberpower 291 (17)
John B. Sheldon
Introduction 291 (1)
Terms and Definitions 292 (4)
Cyberspace, Cyberpower, and the Infosphere 296 (3)
A New Dimension for Conflict 299 (3)
A Twenty-First-Century Revolution in 302 (4)
Military Affairs?
Conclusion 306 (2)
18 Geopolitics and Grand Strategy 308 (21)
Stefanie Ortmann
Nick Whittaker
Introduction 308 (6)
The Second World War, the Cold War, and 314 (2)
the Development of Grand Strategy
Geopolitics and Grand Strategy Today 316 (3)
Grand Strategy in a Complex World 319 (2)
Rethinking Geopolitics 321 (3)
Conclusion 324 (5)
PART III The Future of Strategy
19 Strategic Studies: The West and the Rest 329 (19)
Amitav Acharya
Jiajie He
Introduction 329 (1)
`Strategy and Ethnocentrism' Revisited 330 (2)
Strategic Studies During the Cold War 332 (1)
The Changing Nature of Conflict 333 (2)
Non-Military Threats 335 (2)
Strategic Studies and the Global Power 337 (3)
Shift
Strategic Culture and Grand Strategy 340 (1)
Debates in China and India
Conclusion: Strategic Studies and Global 341 (7)
International Relations
20 Strategic Studies and its Critics 348 (18)
Columba Peoples
Introduction 348 (1)
Strategy and its Critics in the `Golden 349 (3)
Age'
Strategic Studies Strikes Back 352 (3)
Critical Approaches to Strategic Studies 355 (7)
A Continuing Debate? 362 (2)
Conclusion 364 (2)
21 A New Agenda for Security and Strategy? 366 (19)
James J. Wirtz
Introduction 366 (2)
The Need for a Conceptual Framework 368 (2)
Population: The Demographics of Global 370 (3)
Politics
Commons Issues 373 (2)
Direct Environmental Damage 375 (3)
Disease 378 (3)
Sensitivities and Vulnerabilities 381 (1)
Conclusion 382 (3)
22 The Practice of Strategy 385 (19)
Colin S. Gray
Jeannie L. Johnson
Introduction: Strategic Expertise 385 (1)
Improving a Strategic Education 386 (5)
The General Theory of Strategy 391 (9)
A Call for Consummate (Re)Assessing 400 (1)
Conclusion 401 (3)
23 Does Strategic Studies Have a Future? 404 (17)
Lawrence Freedman
Introduction: The Development of 404 (2)
Strategic Studies
In and Out of the Cold War 406 (3)
Strategy and the Crisis in Social Science 409 (2)
The Academic and Policy Worlds 411 (4)
Realism: Old and New 415 (1)
The Study of Armed Force 416 (2)
Conclusion; Does Strategic Studies Have a 418 (3)
Future?
Bibliography 421
Index 439