Part One: International Security.
Part Two: International Political Economy.
Pub. Date: 12/28/2005
Top-selling text in its field, International Relations, provides unparalleled coverage of international political economy, traditional and alternative theoretical perspectives, technology, and contemporary global events. Completely updated. Expanded and updated coverage of the ongoing war in Iraq, nuclear proliferation in North Korea and Iran; the new Palestinian leadership; Islamic radicalism; global anti-Americanism; the expanded EU and NATO; and world trade talks. Expanded discussion of constructivism. New “Policy Perspectives” is a one-page feature puts students in the shoes of top policy makers – for example, Russian President Putin -- making foreign-policy choices in response to a problem or challenge. The box includes an inset photo of the policy maker. The feature engages students to apply IR concepts in real-world situations, and underscores the role of individuals in the foreign-policy process. NEW! TECHNOLOGY ADVANTAGE— MyPoliSciLab for International Relations.