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Democracy at the Point of Bayonets

by Mark Peceny Penn State University Press (September 22, 1999)

No country has worked harder to coerce others to adopt liberal institutions than the United States. This book examines the promotion of democracy during U.S. military interventions in the twentieth century,...


Use of Force

by Arthur Mark Weisburd Penn State University Press (April 04, 1997)

This book is among the few to develop in detail the proposition that international law on the subject of interstate force is better derived from practice than from treaties. Mark Weisburd assembles here a broad...


The Colonels' Coup and the American Embassy

by Robert V. Keeley & John O. Iatrides Penn State University Press (December 22, 2010)

Robert Keeley was a Foreign Service officer stationed in Greece during one of the most tumultuous events in the country’s history, the so-called Colonels’ coup of April 21, 1967. This is his insider’s...


Paying Attention to Foreign Affairs

by Thomas Knecht Penn State University Press (December 22, 2010)

Do American presidents consider public opinion when making foreign policy decisions? In a democracy, it is generally assumed that citizen preferences inform public policy. For a variety of reasons, however,...


Crafting Peace

by Caroline A. Hartzell & Matthew Hoddie Penn State University Press (June 25, 2007)

The recent efforts to reach a settlement of the enduring and tragic conflict in Darfur demonstrate how important it is to understand what factors contribute most to the success of such efforts. In this book,...


Rethinking Humanitarian Intervention

by Brian D. Lepard Penn State University Press (April 18, 2002)

Few foreign policy issues in the past decade have elicited as much controversy as the use of military force for humanitarian purposes. In this book Brian Lepard offers a new method for analyzing humanitarian...


Vulnerability and Human Rights

by Bryan S. Turner Penn State University Press (August 10, 2006)

The mass violence of the twentieth century’s two world wars—followed more recently by decentralized and privatized warfare, manifested in terrorism, ethnic cleansing, and other localized forms of killing—has...


Experiment in Occupation

by Arthur D. Kahn Penn State University Press (January 08, 2004)

As a participant in many of the events he writes about in Experiment in Occupation, Arthur Kahn offers a richly detailed account of the process by which the fight against Nazism came to be transformed into the...


Bribes, Bullets, and Intimidation

by Julie Marie Bunck & Michael Ross Fowler Penn State University Press (June 05, 2012)

Bribes, Bullets, and Intimidation is the first book to examine drug trafficking through Central America and the efforts of foreign and domestic law enforcement officials to counter it. Drawing on interviews,...