This collection examines the theory, practice, and application of state neutrality in international relations. With a focus on its modern-day applications, the studies in this volume analyze the global implications of permanent neutrality for Taiwan, Russia, Ukraine, the European Union, and the United States. Exploring permanent neutrality's role as a realist security model capable of rivaling collective security, the authors argue that permanent neutrality has the potential to decrease major security dilemmas on the global stage.
About the Author
Herbert R. Reginbogin is professor of international relations and international law and currently fellow at the Catholic University of America. Pascal Lottaz is assistant professor at the Waseda Institute for Advanced Study.