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020 _a9781439085271 (pbk.)
020 _a1439085277 (pbk.)
035 _a(OCoLC)477272965
050 _aD443
_b.R3 2011
100 1 _aKaarbo, Juliet.
_9466555
245 1 0 _aGlobal politics /
_cJuliet Kaarbo, James Lee Ray.
250 _a10th ed., international ed.
260 _aBoston, Ma. :
_bWadsworth, Cengage Learning,
_cc2011.
300 _axvii, 590 p. :
_bill., maps.
449 _a000002-1 New books Nov. 12
504 _aIncludes bibliographical references (p. 537-574) and index.
505 0 _apt. I Theoretical perspectives and historical background -- 1 Theories of global politics -- 2 The historical setting -- 3 The modern era -- pt. II Actors in global politics : power and policy -- 4 The power of states and the rise of transnational actors -- 5 Inside states : the making of foreign policy -- pt. III Interactions of actors : security relations -- 6 International conflict : explaining interstate war -- 7 Ethnic conflict and international terrorism -- 8 Efforts to avoid conflict : alliances, arms, and bargaining -- 9 Global security efforts : international organizations, law, and ethics -- pt. IV Interactions of actors : economic relations -- 10 Interdependence among rich states : international political economy in the North -- 11 The developing states in the international political economy -- 12 Regional economic integration in the global political economy -- pt. V Global challenges -- 13 The global environment and its inhabitants -- 14 Globalization : contemporary dynamics and the future of world politics.
650 4 _aWorld politics
_y20th century.
_9186832
700 1 _aRay, James Lee.
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997 _aTW, PV
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