Cases in International Relations / Edition 6

Cases in International Relations / Edition 6

by Donald M Snow
ISBN-10:
0205983537
ISBN-13:
2900205983536
Pub. Date:
03/14/2014
Publisher:
Pearson

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Overview

Cases in International Relations / Edition 6

Uses international relations theory to understand the most current and pressing issues facing the world

Designed to complement the main themes of any introductory course, this bestselling text presents original case studies that survey the state of the international system and look in-depth at issues of current interest. Cases in International Relations offers more than a collection of journal articles; it provides a coherent and accessible approach that encourages students to put international relations concepts to practical use.

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 2900205983536
Publisher: Pearson
Publication date: 03/14/2014
Edition description: New Edition
Pages: 352
Product dimensions: 5.90(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.80(d)

About the Author


Donald M. Snow is Professor of Political Science at the University of Alabama at Tuscaloosa. He is the author of numerous books and articles on national security, international conflict, and American foreign policy.

Table of Contents

In this Section:

1) Brief Table of Contents

2) Full Table of Contents

1) Brief Table of Contents

Part I: Conflict and Cooperation

Chapter 1: Sovereignty: The Violation and Restoration of Iraqi Sovereignty

Chapter 2: Resource Scarcity: The Changing Dynamics and Implications of Global Energy

Chapter 3: Limits on International Cooperation: War Crimes, the International Criminal Court, and Syria

Chapter 4: Irresolvable Conflicts: The Israeli-Palestinian Impasse

Part II: National and International Security

Chapter 5: Asymmetrical Warfare: The Case of Afghanistan

Chapter 6: Proliferation: The Case of Post-Succession North Korea

Chapter 7: Pivotal States: Confronting and Accommodating Iran

Chapter 8: Revolutionary Change: The Arab Spring

Part III: International Political Economy

Chapter 9: Free Trade: From ITO to WTO and Beyond

Chapter 10: Regional Integration: The European Union and the Sovereign Debt Crisis Face the Future

Chapter 11: Rising Economic Powers: China, India, and Brazil

Chapter 12: Globalization and Development: Extending the Prosperity

Part IV: Human Security

Chapter 13: Global Warming: Facing the Problem after Copenhagen

Chapter 14: International Migration: The U.S.-Mexican Border

Chapter 15: Secession and Self-Determination: The Case of the Republic of South Sudan

Chapter 16: Terrorism: The Changing Global Threat


2) Full Table of Contents

Part I: Conflict and Cooperation

Chapter 1: Sovereignty: The Violation and Restoration of Iraqi Sovereignty

The Concept of Sovereignty

The Assault on Sovereignty Outside the United Nations: The Iraq Precedent

Chapter 2 : Resource Scarcity: The Changing Dynamics and Implication of Global Energy

The Problem of Energy Supply and Scarcity

Chapter 3: Limits on International Cooperation: War Crimes, the International Criminal Court, and Syria

The Problem of War Crimes

War Crimes and Cooperation Applied: The International Criminal Court

Chapter 4: Irresolvable Conflicts: The Israeli-Palestinian Impasse

Irresolvable Conflicts

The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

The Peace Process

The Current Impasse

Part II: National and International Security

Chapter 5: Asymmetrical Warfare: The Case of Afghanistan

Asymmetrical Warfare: New/Old War

Case: The Afghanistan War

Chapter 6: Proliferation: The Case of Post-Succession North Korea

The Proliferation Problem

The Proliferation Problem Applied: The Case of North Korea

Chapter 7: Pivotal States: Confronting and Accommodating Iran

Iran: A Pivotal State

Dealing with Iran

Chapter 8: Revolutionary Change: The Arab Spring

The Phenomenon of Fundamental Political Change

The Arab Spring

Part III: International Political Economy

Chapter 9: Free Trade: From ITO to WTO and Beyond

Institutionalizing Trade

Is Institutionalized Free Trade a Good Idea?

Chapter 10: Regional Integration: The European Union and the Sovereign Debt Crisis Face the Future

The Regional Integration Process

The European Union Experience

Chapter 11: Rising Economic Powers: China, India, and Brazil

Rising Powers

China, India, and Brazil as Rising Powers

Chapter 12 : Globalization and Development: Extending the Prosperity

Dynamics and Controversies

The Developmental Dimension

Institutional Extension: From G-7 to G-20

Part IV: Human Security

Chapter 13: Global Warming: Facing the Problem after Copenhagen

The Road to Kyoto–And Beyond?

Warm and Getting Warmer: But How Much?

Chapter 14: International Migration: The U.S.-Mexican Border

Parameters of Immigration

The U.S.-Mexican Border Problem

Chapter 15 : Secession and Self-Determination: The Case of the Republic of South Sudan

A “Right” to Secede?

Secession in the Contemporary International System

Case Study: The Republic of South Sudan

Chapter 16: Terrorism: The Changing Global Threat

What is Terrorism?

Evolving Terrorism since September 11

Dealing with Terrorism: The GWOT and Beyond

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