Barbara Walter’s Script for Civil War in America: A Review Essay
Jack Snyder reviews Barbara Walter’s How Civil Wars Start and How to Stop Them. Walter argues that modern civil wars take the form of guerrilla warfare and organized terrorism. They are started mainly by declining ethnic groups in polarized partial democracies. Her contention that the contemporary United States is heading in this direction has a surface plausibility, but requires strong qualifications.
Dictators and Democrats: Masses, Elites, and Regime Change, Robert R. Kaufman and Stephan Haggard Reviewed by Jack Snyder
Eyewitness to a Genocide: The United Nations and Rwanda, Michael Barnett Reviewed by Jack Snyder
As Moscow Sees Us: American Politics and Society in the Soviet Mindset, Richard M. Mills Reviewed by Jack Snyder
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