Turchin, Peter

Most preindustrial states experienced recurrent waves of political collapse and internal warfare. One possible explanation of this pattern, the demographic-structural theory, suggests that population growth leads to state instability and breakdown, which in turn causes population decline. Mathematical models incorporating this mechanism predict sus...

Turchin, Peter

Most preindustrial states experienced recurrent waves of political collapse and internal warfare. One possible explanation of this pattern, the demographic-structural theory, suggests that population growth leads to state instability and breakdown, which in turn causes population decline. Mathematical models incorporating this mechanism predict sus...

Turchin, Peter

Most preindustrial states experienced recurrent waves of political collapse and internal warfare. One possible explanation of this pattern, the demographic-structural theory, suggests that population growth leads to state instability and breakdown, which in turn causes population decline. Mathematical models incorporating this mechanism predict sus...

Turchin, Peter

Most preindustrial states experienced recurrent waves of political collapse and internal warfare. One possible explanation of this pattern, the demographic-structural theory, suggests that population growth leads to state instability and breakdown, which in turn causes population decline. Mathematical models incorporating this mechanism predict sus...

Turchin, Peter

Most preindustrial states experienced recurrent waves of political collapse and internal warfare. One possible explanation of this pattern, the demographic-structural theory, suggests that population growth leads to state instability and breakdown, which in turn causes population decline. Mathematical models incorporating this mechanism predict sus...

Turchin, Peter

Most preindustrial states experienced recurrent waves of political collapse and internal warfare. One possible explanation of this pattern, the demographic-structural theory, suggests that population growth leads to state instability and breakdown, which in turn causes population decline. Mathematical models incorporating this mechanism predict sus...

Turchin, Peter

Most preindustrial states experienced recurrent waves of political collapse and internal warfare. One possible explanation of this pattern, the demographic-structural theory, suggests that population growth leads to state instability and breakdown, which in turn causes population decline. Mathematical models incorporating this mechanism predict sus...

Hontebeyrie, Juliette

La question de l’articulation entre dynamiques de peuplement et mutations spatiales au cœur d’une région en pleine urbanisation a constitué le fondement de cette recherche qui s’est attelée à observer les relations entre parcours de mobilité et (trans)formation(s) de l’espace résidentiel local.La population ayant résidé, entre 1860 et 1950, au cœur...

Ihl, Olivier

Traduction et republication de "Conspirations et science du pouvoir chez François Guizot", Revue Française d'Histoire des Idées Politiques, 19, 2004, 125-150.

Teschke, Benno
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International Politics

This rejoinder restates and develops the central theses of ‘The Myth of 1648: Class, Geopolitics and the Making of Modern International Relations’ in relation to a set of objections raised from the perspective of IR Historical Sociology by Hendrik Spruyt, of Political and Social Theory by Roland Axtmann and of Political Geography by John Agnew. Mos...