Summary: This primary text for the introductory course in international relations follows an innovative progression of history first, issues second and theory third. By presenting information in this order, students acquire a basic overview of the study and are prepared to discuss theory from an informed perspective. Thematic unity is created by acknowledging the post Cold-War themes of cooperation/conflict and globalization/fragmentation. Features: * New Era perspective rela ...show moretes international politics and events to the post Cold-War climate. * Chapters open with quotations to introduce a special concern or topic. * AT A GLANCE boxes provide summaries of complex events, issues or theories. * What Would You Do? boxes offer students a chance to exercise critical thinking skills in analyzing a situation relating to international relations. * Chronolgies are place near the beginning of chapter, providing a quick overview of events. --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition. ...show lessEdition/Copyright: 5TH 12
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