05-14-2014 | The Realistest

"The first assumption is that states are the principal actors in international politics, and they operate in what is called an anarchic system.

Now when you use the word "anarchy," for most people that means murder and mayhem. That's not what it means in International Relations speak. Anarchy is simply an ordering principle that says that there is no higher authority that sits above states. It is the opposite of hierarchy. Anarchy means that states are like pool balls on a table."

The Delicate Balance of Terror - Albert Wohlstetter

The Death of James Forrestal - Richard Dolan

This is How the Carriers Will Die - War Nerd

[PDF] Removing Knowledge - Peter Galison

Nixon in the Jungle - Jim Hougan

Vladislav's Masterpiece - IP

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