What impact do revolutionary states have on the international community? This important study focuses on this question, showing major problems these states pose for the achievement of world order. It also examines whether the revolutionary state adapts to international standards of acceptable patterns of behavior or the international society is forced to change as a result of the emergence of these revolutionary states. The work also looks at the American, French, and Russian Revolutions, as well as several post-1945 revolutionary states to find the relationship between the revolutionary states and the principal ordering devices of international society.
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Oxford University Press, Incorporated
July 28, 1993
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