IR: The New International Relations, Updated Edition, 11th edition
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IR: The New World of International Relations offers a balanced presentation of the global system's past and present. The text helps you understand how the global system has shifted over the last century, and how it continues to change. Authors Michael Roskin and Nicholas Berry begin with a background in world history and geography. They proceed to highlight the fascinating qualities of the field while helping you learn how to think critically about the challenges faced by the US in an era of globalization.
The Updated 11th Edition has been revised to reflect the latest happenings in international relations. It offers coverage of recent developments on the international scene, such as those relating to the Arab Spring and China's claims to its nearby seas.
Published by Pearson (July 14th 2021) - Copyright © 2018
Subject: Political Science
Category: International Relations
PART I: SYSTEMS AND THEORIES
1. Power and Systems
2. IR Theories
3. Why War?
PART II: NATIONAL INTERESTS AND GEOPOLITICS
4. America's Changing National Interests
5. Russia and Geopolitics
6. Can the United States Lead the World?
PART III: THE DEVELOPING AREAS
7. From Colonialism to Decolonization
8. Eternal Warfare in the Holy Land
9. The Explosive Persian Gulf
10. Trouble and Hope in Latin America
11. Development in Rich and Poor Countries
PART IV: THE PERMANENCE OF INSECURITY
12. National Security and Insecurity
13. Irregular Warfare
PART V: THE GLOBAL POLITICAL ECONOMY
14. Europe's Uncertain Path to Unity
15. Asia Awakes
16. The United States and Globalization
PART VI: THE POLITICS OF A NEW WORLD
17. Diplomacy Is Still Alive
18. The Uses of International Law
19. The Reach of the United Nations
20. Finite F.E.W. (Food/Energy/Water)
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