Global Issues: Politics, Economics, and Culture, 5th edition
Published by Pearson (May 15th 2017) - Copyright © 2017
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ISBN-13: 9780134416090Includes: eText
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Revel™ Global Issues is a current and topical look at the forces driving globalization — everything from democratization, human rights, and global finance to population, migration, and noncommunicable diseases. Richard Payne helps students survey global problems that transcend boundaries and are challenging the international system. For global issues or international relations courses, this is the only text of its kind to place complex issues into comprehensive context and thus explain the growing political, economic, and cultural interdependence visible in the headlines and in students’ lives. The Fifth Edition now offers new and updated topics of discussion, as well as many tables and case studies that will engage students and add visual appeal.
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Table of contents
1. Global Issues: Challenges of Globalization
2. The Struggle for Primacy in a Global Society
3. Human Rights
4. Promoting Democracy
5. Global Terrorism
6. Weapons Proliferation
7. The Global Financial Crisis
8. Global Trade
9. Global Inequality and Poverty
10. Environmental Issues
11. Population and Migration
12. Global Crime
13. The Globalization of Disease
14. Cultural Clashes and Conflict Resolution
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