Issues in World Politics / Edition 3

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Overview

Well established in its first two editions as the leading text in the field, Issues in World Politics takes a truly global perspective on the major challenges in twenty-first century international relations. Systematically revised and updated throughout with the addition of a major new chapter on international terrorism by Tim Dunne, the third edition provides an ideal introduction to the key challenges for a fast changing world.

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"'...analytically well organized, defining the dominant issues of world politics by their extent or scope, their urgency or intensity, their salience or visibility, and their centrality or location...The essays devoted to these issues have all benefited from close editorial control and are admirably focused, explaining the historical background to how the issue got on the international agenda, and how it has been managed or mismanaged internationally since the end of the Cold War."—James Mayall, Review of International Studies
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A textbook that responds to the modularization of undergraduate programs in Britain and elsewhere in Europe by attempting to appeal to both students beginning a specialty study in world politics, but also those sampling the field who will wander off after one course. No date is noted for the first edition, but the second adds material on religion, communications and the media, and crime and corruption. Boxes, tables, and charts have also been added to illuminate different processes. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781403946119
  • Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
  • Publication date: 10/7/2005
  • Edition description: Third Edition
  • Edition number: 3
  • Pages: 344
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.72 (d)

Meet the Author

Brian White is Professor of International Relations and Politics, Warwick University. Richard Little is Professor of Politics, University of Bristol. Michael Smith is Professor of European Studies, Loughborough University.

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Table of Contents

Issues in World Politics; B.White, R.Little & M.Smith
• States and Statehood; M.Webber
• Trade, Money and Markets; A.Russell
• Regions and Regionalism; M.Smith
• Development and Inequality; C.Thomas & M.Reader
• Arms and Arms Control; J.Spear
• Peacekeeping and Humanitarian Intervention; M.Pugh
• Nationalism and Ethnic Conflict; S.Ryan
• Religion; J.Haynes
• Migration and Refugees; S.Bali
• Environment and Natural Resources; J.Vogler
• Media and Communications Technology; S.Carruthers
• Transnational Crime and Corruption; P.Williams
• International Terrorism; T.Dunne
• Issues in World Politics Reviewed; B.White, R.Little & M.Smith

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