THE PENGUIN DICTIONARY OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

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The Penguin Dictionary Of International Relations

Author : Graham Evans
ISBN : UCSD:31822027897560
Genre : Political Science
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International relations have undergone a revolution since the immense upheavals in Eastern Europe of 1989. The end of the Cold War, which was in many ways the great simplifier of international affairs, has fundamentally changed the character of world politics and introduced dangerous new developments and processes. This new world disorder is fully reflected in this new Penguin dictionary. Providing a comprehensive overview of contemporary international relations, it contains over 700 definitions including- entries relating to ideas, theories, concepts, organisations and events e.g. preventative diplomacy, World Bank group; specialist terms e.g. Agent-structure; terms for developments that have greatly affected international relations in the post-Cold War period e.g. Big emerging markets (BEMs).
Category: Political Science

The Penguin Dictionary Of Proverbs

Author : Rosalind Fergusson
ISBN : UCSC:32106015613885
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Entertaining and informative, this rich and diverse collection of over 6000 proverbs (and their origins) is a delight to browse and the perfect addition to any home reference shelf.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

International Relations Marx Ism A Ghost Unwilling To Disappear

Author : Jan Lüdert
ISBN : 9783638956079
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Essay from the year 2006 in the subject Politics - International Politics - General and Theories, grade: 1.0, The Australian National University, - entries in the bibliography, language: English, comment: Double spaced., abstract: In the midst of the turbulent political and economic transformation during 1989, Francis Fukuyama declared the "end of history" in his [in]famous article, intending to seal the coffin of communist ideology once and for all, declaring the western camp as the winner of the cold war and more importantly of liberal capitalism over communism.1 However, a peculiar question remains for students of International Relations.2 Is it still worth studying Marxist theory today since the former communist Soviet Union and its satellites, no longer practice a [certain and often-incoherent] version of Marxist ideology? This paper does not attempt to advocate a utopian klassenlose society in conjunction with radical and totalitarian outgrowths that had been developed during the 20th century from Stalinist gulags to the Maoist Cultural Revolution. Despite this, this paper aims to show the merits of Marxist theory, especially the concept of historical materialism, and how, in at least three respects, it adds to the study of International Relations.
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Doing Political Science And International Relations

Author : Heather Savigny
ISBN : 9780230344136
Genre : Political Science
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This is an ideal introduction for all embarking on a degree in Politics or International Relations. Starting from the premise that the 'doing' of political science is an active, and interactive, process of critical evaluation, it addresses the crucial question of how – as well as what – we should study. The book examines a wide range of theoretical perspectives and shows how they can be usefully applied to questions such as 'Why do states go to war?' and 'In whose interests does the political system work?' Chapters are organized by core areas of study – such as power, the state, policy, institutions, the media, security, political economy – and show how theories can be used and applied within each topic. Key benefits: - shows how to apply and critique theories with confidence - provides the complete analytical toolkit needed to study Politics and International Relations - incorporates case studies and examples from around the world
Category: Political Science

The Penguin Dictionary Of Literary Terms And Literary Theory

Author : John Anthony Cuddon
ISBN : 0140513639
Genre : Literary Criticism
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The Penguin Dictionary of Literary Terms and Literary Theory is firmly established as a key work of reference in the complex and varied field of literary criticism. Now in its fourth edition, it remains the most comprehensive and accessible work of its kind, and is invaluable for student, teachers and general readers alike.
Category: Literary Criticism

International Relations A Very Short Introduction

Author : Paul Wilkinson
ISBN : 9780191577536
Genre : Political Science
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Of undoubtable relevance today, in a post-9-11 world of growing political tension and unease, this Very Short Introduction covers the topics essential to an understanding of modern international relations. Paul Wilkinson explains the theories and the practice that underlie the subject, and investigates issues ranging from foreign policy, arms control, and terrorism, to the environment and world poverty. He examines the role of organizations such as the United Nations and the European Union, as well as the influence of ethnic and religious movements and terrorist groups which also play a role in shaping the way states and governments interact. This up-to-date book is required reading for those seeking a new perspective to help untangle and decipher international events. ABOUT THE SERIES: The Very Short Introductions series from Oxford University Press contains hundreds of titles in almost every subject area. These pocket-sized books are the perfect way to get ahead in a new subject quickly. Our expert authors combine facts, analysis, perspective, new ideas, and enthusiasm to make interesting and challenging topics highly readable.
Category: Political Science

The Doctrines Of Us Security Policy

Author : Heiko Meiertöns
ISBN : 9781139489133
Genre : Law
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The practise of outlining principles for the conduct of US security policy in so-called doctrines is a characteristic feature of US foreign policy. From an international lawyer's point of view two aspects of these doctrines are of particular interest. First, to what degree are the criteria for the use of force, as laid down in these doctrines, consistent with the limitations for the use of force in international law? Second, which law-creating effects do these doctrines have? Furthermore, the legal nature of these doctrines remains uncertain. These matters are examined, beginning with the Monroe Doctrine of 1823 and taking into account the Stimson Doctrine of 1932, the doctrines of the Cold-War period and the Bush Doctrine of 2002. The Bush Doctrine in particular has generated controversies concerning its compatibility with Article 51 of the UN Charter, due to its principle of preventive self-defence.
Category: Law

Asean S Myanmar Crisis

Author : Christopher Roberts
ISBN : 9789814279369
Genre : Political Science
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In line with recent reviews of policy by Aung San Suu Kyi and the U.S. Government, ASEAN's Myanmar Crisis: Challenges to the Pursuit of a Security Community provides a clear and innovative analysis of why it is necessary to reassess regional and international approaches to Myanmar. For the first time, this book also reveals the full extent to which Myanmar has challenged the solidarity and development of ASEAN itself. This is a must read for anyone interested in either Myanmar or the future ... In line with recent reviews of policy by Aung San Suu Kyi and the U.S. Government, ASEAN's Myanmar Cr.
Category: Political Science