Covers the basic concepts and vocabulary of international relations, with examples from current and ongoing events. The text provides a tour of the world, giving the historical background of the international politics of various countries and regions.
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Using an exceptionally readable style that avoids jargon and abstract theory, this introduction to international relations captures the excitement of political conflict and conflict management. It carefully blends the basic concepts and vocabulary of international relations with a substantial amount of historical background and examples from current and ongoing events.From the Back Cover:
This introduction to international relations employs an exceptionally readable style that avoids jargon and abstract theory by blending basic concepts and vocabulary with a substantial amount of historical background and examples from current events. This readable style combined with new pedagogy allows readers to better understand how International Relations can and does affect them and their own lives. Topics of analysis include the Cold War power and systems in transformation, America's changing national interests, from Russia to the Soviet Union and back to Russia, the global south, national security, nuclear politics, the economic blocs and the politics of a new world. For individuals interested in understanding international relations in an historical and contemporary context.
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Descripción Prentice Hall College Div, 1992. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. book. Nº de ref. de la librería M0135058929