Based on a 1992 conference held at Dickinson College in Carlisle, Pennsylvania, Discord and Collaboration in a New Europe: Essays in Honor of Arnold Wolfers is a festschrift that includes original essays by some of the most prominent theorists in international relations. Policy makers and scholars from around the globe discuss peace strategies for post-cold war Europe, with their essays addressing the highly respected Yale intellectural Arnold Wolfers' situational ethics theory, originally presented in his seminal book, Discord and Collaboration: Essays on International Politics. The contributors examine the forces of amity and enmity behind world affairs, and discuss political ideas and foreign policy strategies for Europe in the 21st Century. Contents: Foreword; Paul H. Nitze; Preface; Douglas T. Stuart and Stephen F. Szabo; Part I: Arnold Wolfers; The Reluctant Realist; Discord and Collaboration: Enduring Insights of Arnold Wolfers; Douglas T. Stuart; Arnold Wolfers and the Anglo-American Tradition; Laurence Martin; Arnold Wolfers as Theorist and Policy: Remembrance and Reappraisal; George Liska; Part II: Amity and Enmity in Post-Cold War Europe; The Post-Cold War "Settlement" in Comparative Perspective; K.J. Holsti; Discord and Collaboration: Europe's Security Future; Michael Brenner; Part III: The Pursuit of National Security; Going It Alone or Going It With Others; Cooperative Security in Europe: A New Order for the 1990s; Catherine McArdle Kelleher; The Future of U.S.-European Security Cooperation: Trends and Transition in the Post-Cold War International System; Stanley R. Sloan; Does Europe Still Have A Place in U.S. Foreign Policy? A Domestic Politics Argument; Joseph Lepgold; Does Eastern Europe Matter? Its Impact on the International System; Vojtech Mastny; Wolfers and Europe Today; Stephen F. Szabo.
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