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An Atlas of World Affairs describes the people, factions and events that have shaped the modern world from the Second World War to the present day. This tenth edition of An Atlas of World Affairs has been thoroughly revised and updated to place international issues and conflicts in their most recent geographical contexts through the integration of over one hundred maps. Critical new issues are covered including: the break-up of the Soviet Union, Czechoslovakia and Yugoslavia; the expansion of the European Union; the reshaping of South Africa; and the pressing environmental concerns faced by many new sovereign states.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780415106719
  • Publisher: Taylor & Francis
  • Publication date: 3/28/1998
  • Edition description: Older Edition
  • Edition number: 10
  • Pages: 256
  • Product dimensions: 9.00 (w) x 6.00 (h) x 0.58 (d)

Meet the Author

Andrew Boyd began his acquaintance with international affairs in 1946, when as a British liaison officer he attended the very first sessions of the United Nations (his other books include three about the UN). He travelled widely and reported on international affairs while writing on world affairs for The Economist for thirty-seven years.

Joshua Comenetz has used cartographic methods to visualize spatial data and explain the causes and effects of international conflicts, demographic change and natural disasters since 1990. As a consultant he has solved problems in areas ranging from political redistricting to ethnic and religious mapping, and he has taught international relations and geography at university level.

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Table of Contents

1. People and Pressure

2. Economic Groupings

3. Oil

4. Nuclear Geography

5. The Long Arm of War

6. Sea Law

7. No Longer Three Worlds

8. United Nations

9. Commonwealth


Europe: East and West

11. Atlantic Alliance

12. West European Unities

13. Germany

14. Central and Eastern Europe

15. Former Yugoslavia, Albania

16. Former Soviet Union

17. Russia

18. Baltic to Black


19. Caucasus

20. Ex-Soviet Central Asia

21. Scandinavia

22. Northern Seas

23. Minorities and Micro-States

24. Ireland

25. Gibraltar

26. Cyprus, Greece and Turkey

27. Asia and Africa

28. Islam

29. The Arab World

30. Africa

31. Southern Africa

32. Zaire, Zambia, Zimbabwe

33. Angola and Namibia

34. Republic of South Africa

35. East Africa

36. Nigeria and Guinea Coast

37. Ex-French Africa

38. North Africa

39. Morocco and Western Sahara

40. Middle East and North African Oil

41. Suez and Indian Ocean

42. Israel and Arabs I

43. Israel and Arabs II

44. Lebanon

45. Arabia

46. Gulf States and Iran

47. Iraq's Wars

48. Kurds

49. Afghanistan

50. India and Pakistan I

51. India and Pakistan II

52. Himalayans, Tibet, Burma

53. China and Russia


China and Other Neighbors

55. Taiwan

56. Hong Kong

57. Japan's Resurgence

58. Korea

59. South-East Asia

60. Indochina

61. Cambodia

62. Malaysia and Singapore

63. Indonesia and New


64. Australia and New Zealand

65. South Pacific

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