Belfer Center studies in international security.
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Introduction : The Sarajevo Centenary, 1914 and the Rise of China / Steven E. Miller Before the War : Three Styles of Diplomacy / Alan Alexandroff Respites or Resolutions? : Recurring Crises and the Origins of War / Arthur A. Stein Better Now Than Later : The Paradox of 1914 as Everyone's Favored Year for War / Jack Snyder Allies, Overbalance, and War / Richard N. Rosecrance Economic Interdependence and War / Richard N. Cooper The Thucydides Trap / Graham Allison Thucydides Dethroned : Historical Differences That Weaken the Peloponnesian Analogy / David K. Richards Thucydides, Alliance Politics, and Great Power Conflict / Charles S. Maier War, Revolution, and the Uncertain Primacy of Domestic Politics / T.G. Otte Domestic Coalitions, Internationalization, and War : Then and Now / Etel Solingen European Militaries and the Origins of World War I / Stephen Van Evera Inevitability and War / Joseph S. Nye Jr. Lessons from Europe 1914 for Asia 2014 : Reflections on the Centenary of the Outbreak of World War I / Kevin Rudd Contingency as a Cause (or Little Things Mean a Lot) / Richard N. Rosecrance.
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Print version: Nnext great war? : the roots of World War I and the risk of U.S.-China conflict. Cambridge, Massachusetts : The MIT Press,  Belfer Center studies in international security