Conclusions: The Changing Conception of International Society
A collection of readings of the kind assembled here can never hope to be comprehensive. The range of writing (and speaking) on international affairs is so voluminous and so diverse that it would never be possible, even in a volume of this length, to provide more than a cursory glimpse of the total. The extracts chosen for this collection include some of the best-known passages written on the subject and most of the best-known authors, as well as a few less familiar writers. They have been selected to provide a reasonably representative cross-section of the ideas put forward on these questions over the years, representing diverse schools of thought and different nationalities.1
KeywordsEurope Coherence Poss Casing
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