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Man, the State and War

by- Kenneth Neal Waltz


Kenneth Waltz presents a pioneering explanation of the nature and causes of conflict in Man, the State, and War, providing readers with a broad review of the major political theories of war from the perspectives of political philosophers, psychologists, and anthropologists.

Kenneth Neal Waltz was a political scientist and one of the most important academicians in the subject of international relations. He was a member of the faculty at both the University of California, Berkeley and Columbia University. He had served in both World War II and the Korean War.

• Those interested in international relations
• People interested in politics
• Those curious about ancient tradition of contemplating war and peace