国家间政治

出版时间:2004-12   出版时间:北京大学   作者:汉斯·摩根索   页数:419  
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国家间政治
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  《世界政治与国际关系原版影印丛书·学术精品系列·国家间政治:权力斗争与和平(简明版)(英文影印版)》一书明确提出了以权力界定的国家利益概念,并突出阐明了国际政治的现实主义六项原则,全面而系统地阐述了现实主义的国际政治理论,从而奠定了国际政治学的学科地位,并使本书成为国际政治学现实主义流派的奠基之作,也是最具有代表性的现实主义国际政治作品,其影响在西方长盛不衰。该书自1948年初版以来已经多次再版,在我国已经有三个译本流传,哺育了几代学人。此简明版原版经过作者的学生和研究助理、也是著名的国际关系理论家肯尼思·汤普森的整理,旨在为相关专业学生提供学习参考,是非常适用的教学参考书。
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作者:(美国)汉斯·摩根索
书籍目录

Preface
to
the
Brief
EditionPreface
to
the
Sixth
EditionPART
ONE
Theory
and
Practice
of
International
Polttics1
A
Reajist
Tbeory
of
lnternational
PoliticsSIX
PRINCIPLES
OF
POLITICAL
REALISM2
The
Science
of
International
PoliticsUNDERSTANDINC
INTERNATIONAL
POLITICSDifferent
ApproachesLimitations
to
UnderstandingUNDERSTANDING
THE
PROBLEM
OF
INTERNATIONAL
PEACEPART
TWOIn,tern,ation,al
Politics
as
a
Struggle
for
Power3
Political
PowerWHAT
IS
POLITICAL
POWER?As
Means
to
the
Nation's
EndsIts
Nature:
Four
DistinctionsTHE
DEP:RECIATION
OF
POLITICAL
POWERTWO
ROOTS
OF
THE
DEPRECIATION
OF
POLITICAL
POWERNineteenth-Century
PhilosophyThe
American
ExperienceTHE
SCIENCE
OF
PEACE:
CONTEMPORARY
UTOPIANISM4
The
Struggle
for
Power:
Policy
of
the
Status
Quo5
The
Struggle
for
Power:
ImperialismWHAT
IMPERIALISM
IS
NOTECONOMIC
THEORIES
OF
IMPERIALISMThe
Marxist,
Liberal,
and
"Devil"
Theories
of
ImperialismCriticism
of
These
TheoriesDIFFERENT
TYPES
OF
IMPERIALISMThree
Inducements
to
ImperialismVictorious
WarLost
WarWeaknessThree
Goals
of
ImperialismWorld
E'mpireContinental
EmpireLocal
PreponderanceThree
Methods
of
ImperialismMilitary
ImperialismEconomic
ImperialismCultural
ImperialismHOW
TO
DETECT
AND
COUNTER
AN
IMPERIALISTIC
POLICYThe
Problem
of
Policy:
Containment,
Appeasement,
FearThe
Problem
of
Detection6
The
Struggle
for
Power:
Policy
of
PrestigeDIPLOMATIC
CEREMONIALDISPLAY
OF
MILITARY
FORCETWO
OBJECTIVES
OF
THE
POLICY
OF
PRESTIGETHREE
CORRUPTIONS
OF
THE
POLICY
OF
PRESTIGE7
The
Ideological
Element
in
International
PoliciesTHE
NATURE
OF
POLITICAL
IDEOLOGIESTYPICAL
IDEOLOGIES
OF
FOREIGN
POLICIESideologies
of
the
Status
QuoIdeologies
of
ImperialismAmbiguous
IdeologiesTHE
PROBLEM
OF
RECOGNITIONPART
THREENational
Power8
The
Essence
of
National
PowerWHAT
IS
NATIONAL
POWER?ROOTS
OF
MODERN
NATIONALISMRetreat
from
Nationalism:
Apparent
and
RealPersonal
Insecurity
and
Social
Disintegration9
Elements
of
National
PowerGEOGRAPHYNATURAL
RESOURCESFoodRaw
MaterialsThe
Power
of
Oil……PART
FOURLimitations
of
National
Power:
The
Balance
of
PowerPART
FIYELimitations
of
National
Power:
International
Morality
and
World
Public
OpinionPART
SIXLimitations
of
National
Power:
International
LawPART
SEVENInternational
Politics
in
the
Con,temporary
WorldPART
EIGHTThe
Problem
of
Peace:
Peace
through
Limitation,PART
NINEThe
Problem
of
Peace:
Peace
through
Tran,sformationPART
TENThe
Problem
of
Peace:
Peace
through
Accommodation,Historical
GlossaryIndex
章节摘录

  Since
size
of
population
is
one
of
the
factors
upon
which
national
powerrests,
and
since
the
power
of
one
nation
is
always
relative
to
the
power
of
others,
the
relative
size
of
the
population
of
countries
competing
for
power
and,especially,
the
relative
rate
of
their
growth
deserve
careful
attention.
A
countryinferior
in
size
of
population
to
its
competitor
will
view
with
alarm
a
decliningrate
of
growth
if
the
population
of
its
competitor
tends
to
increase
more
rapidly.Such
has
been
the
situation
of
France
with
regard
to
Germany
between
1870and
1940.
During
that
period,
the
population
of
France
increased
by
fourmillion,
whereas
Germany
registered
a
gain
of
twenty-seven
million.
While
in1800
every
seventh
European
was
a
Frenchman,
in
1930
only
every
thirteenthwas
a
Frenchman.
In
1940,
Cermany
had
at
its
disposal
about
fifteen
millionmen
fit
for
military
service,
whereas
France
had
only
five
million.On
the
other
hand,
ever
since
the
unification
in
1870,
Germany
has
viewed
some
times
with
alarm,
and
always
with
respect,
the
Russian
population
figures,which
show
a
greater
rate
of
increase
than
Germany's.
Looking
at
the
situationas
it
existed
at
the
outbreak
of
the
First
World
War
solely
from
the
point
of
view
of
population
trends,
Cernlany
could
feel
that
time
was
on
Russia's
side,
and
France
could
feel
that
time
was
on
the
side
of
Germany,
while
both
Austria
and
Russia,
for
other
reasons
already
alluded
to,
could
believe
that
postponement
of
the
conflict
would
favor
the
opponent.
Thus
all
the
protagonists,
with
the
excephon
of
Great
Britain,
had
reasons
of
their
own
to
prefer
a
war
in
1914
to
a
peaceful
settlement
which
they
could
not
regard
as
definite,
but
only
as
a
breathing
spell
before
the
unavoidable
settling
of
a
ccounts.As
the
shifts
in
the
distribution
of
power
within
Europe
in
recent
history
have
been
roughly
duplicated
by
the
changes
in
population
trends,
so
the
emergence
of
the
United
States
as
the
great
power
center
of
the
West,
taking
the
place
of
Western
and
Central
Europe,
can
be
read
in
the
population
figures
of
the
respective
countries.
In
1870,
the
population
of
France
as
well
as
of
Germany
exceeded
that
of
the
United
States.
Yet,in
1940,
the
population
of
the
United
States
had
increased
by
100
million
while
the
combined
increase
in
the
populations
of
France
and
Germany
in
the
same
period
amounted
to
only
thirty-one
million.It
is
thus
obvious
that
a
nation
cannot
be
the
first
rank
without
a
populationsufficiently
large
to
create
and
apply
the
material
implements
of
nationalpower.
On
the
other
hand,
it
has
become
obvious
only
in
recent
times
that
alarge
population
can
also
exert
a
drastically
negative
influence
upon
nationaJpower.
This
has
happened
in
so-called
underdeveloped
nations,
such
as
Indiaand
Egypt,
whose
populations
have
greatly
increased,
by
virtue
of
a
decrease
in
the
mortality
rates,while
their
food
supply
did
not
keep
pace
with
the
increase
in
population,These
countrie
were
continually
faced
with
the
therat
of
famine
and
with
the
need
to
take
care
of
large
masses
of
undernourished
and
diseased
people
,They
had
to
divert
scarce
resources
from
the
development
of
their
national
power
to
the
feeding
and
cart
of
ftheir
populations,The
largeness
of
their
population
,far
from
being
an
asset
for
their
national
power,is
anobstacle
to
its
develppment,For
such
nations,to
bring
the
number
of
ther
population
into
harmony
with
their
resources
is
a
necessity
,and
if
resources
population
in
to
its
development,For
such
nations,to
bring
the
number
of
their
cannot
be
increased,population
control
is
a
precondition
of
national
power,,Trends
It
is
obvious
from
what
has
been
said
thus
far
that
in
trying
to
assess
the
future
distribution
of
power
the
prediction
of
population
trends
plays
an
important
role.
  ……
媒体关注与评论

  不论国际政治的最终目的是什么,权力始终是其直接目标。为权力而斗争在时空中无处不在,是一个不可否认的经验事实。  ——汉斯·摩根索《国家间政治》    从最广泛的知识意义上而言,摩根索打下了国际政治的基础。  ——肯尼思·汤普森(《政治现实主义与世界政治危机》)    迄今为止,在流派林立的西方政治理论界,恐怕还没有一部论著的影响能够超过摩根索的《国家间政治》……在40年时间里,摩根索的理论在西方长盛不衰。  ——王缉思(摘自《国家间政治》1990年中译本序)    汉斯·摩根索……是美国国际政治学界的第一位大师,他的主要著作《国家间政治》被认为是使国际政治学成为一门独立的、系统化的社会科学门类的关键作品。在他以后,国际政治学的发展又经历了好些个阶段,学者们又有不少新的贡献和超越,但没有一个阶段和一个学者能够在实现自己的进步时完全无视摩要索的工作,他们是“站在巨人的肩膀上”完成这种超越的。  (该书)也是一部系统的教科书,里面涉及到古典政治学的基本原理、它们在国际关系中的运用、国际体系的概念和外交的基本原则、欧洲近代国家间体系的历史和国际史学家对它们的总结;这本书像是一部国际政治的“小百科全书”,不论你是否赞成作者的具体结论,通过阅读你总能够对国际政治学家研究的主要对象和基本范围有一个总体的了解,包括国际政治学特有的范畴、术语和常识等。  ——王逸舟(《西方国际政治学:历史和理论》)
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