International relations : politics and economics in the 21st century / William Nester.

By: Nester, William R, 1956-
Material type: TextTextLanguage: English Publisher: Belmont, CA : Wadsworth/Thomson Learning, c2001Description: xviii, 571 p. : ill., maps (some col.) ; 26 cmISBN: 0830415521; 9780830415526Subject(s): International relations | Geopolitics | War | International relations -- Economic aspectsDDC classification: 327 LOC classification: JZ1242 | .N47 2001Online resources: WorldCat details
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Table of contents PART I: DEVELOPMENT OF THE GLOBAL POLITICAL ECONOMY. 1. Introduction: Anarchy, Order, and the Changing Nature of International Relations. 2. Development of the Modern World: From Florence to the Marne. PART II: THE NATION-STATE AND INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS. 3. Nations, Nation-States, and Nationalism. 4. The Power and Wealth of Nations. 5. Foreign Policy Making and Implementation. PART III: NON-STATE FORCES AND ACTORS IN INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS. 6. International Law and Mortality. 7. International Organizations. PART IV: GEOPOLITICAL CONFLICT AND COOPERATION. 8. Why Nations Go to War and Stay at Peace. 9. The Cold War: Origins, Strategies, Aftermath. 10. The Nuclear Arms Race and Its Control. 11. The Changing Nature of War and International Relations. PART V: GEOPOLITICAL CONFLICT AND COOPERATION AMONG THE DEMOCRATIC INDUSTRIAL COUNTRIES. 12. Geoeconomic Strategies for a Global Economy: Regulatory, Developmental, and Social Capitalism. 13. The Politics of Interdependence Among the Democratic Industrial Countries. PART VI: GEOECONOMIC CONFLICT AND COOPERATION BETWEEN THE FIRST AND THIRD WORLDS. 14. Political Development, Underdevelopment, and International Relations. 15. Economic Development, Underdevelopment, and International Relations. 16. The Politics of Dependence Between the First and Third Worlds. PART VII: FATE OF THE EARTH. 17. The Global Environment Crisis. 18 The Global Political Economy into the Twenty-First Century: Perils and Prospects. GLOSSARY.
Summary: This up-to-date book reflects the recent direction of international relations by integrating contemporary economic issues (trade, multi-nationals) with traditional security issues (war and peace).
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Table of contents PART I: DEVELOPMENT OF THE GLOBAL POLITICAL ECONOMY. 1. Introduction: Anarchy, Order, and the Changing Nature of International Relations. 2. Development of the Modern World: From Florence to the Marne. PART II: THE NATION-STATE AND INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS. 3. Nations, Nation-States, and Nationalism. 4. The Power and Wealth of Nations. 5. Foreign Policy Making and Implementation. PART III: NON-STATE FORCES AND ACTORS IN INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS. 6. International Law and Mortality. 7. International Organizations. PART IV: GEOPOLITICAL CONFLICT AND COOPERATION. 8. Why Nations Go to War and Stay at Peace. 9. The Cold War: Origins, Strategies, Aftermath. 10. The Nuclear Arms Race and Its Control. 11. The Changing Nature of War and International Relations. PART V: GEOPOLITICAL CONFLICT AND COOPERATION AMONG THE DEMOCRATIC INDUSTRIAL COUNTRIES. 12. Geoeconomic Strategies for a Global Economy: Regulatory, Developmental, and Social Capitalism. 13. The Politics of Interdependence Among the Democratic Industrial Countries. PART VI: GEOECONOMIC CONFLICT AND COOPERATION BETWEEN THE FIRST AND THIRD WORLDS. 14. Political Development, Underdevelopment, and International Relations. 15. Economic Development, Underdevelopment, and International Relations. 16. The Politics of Dependence Between the First and Third Worlds. PART VII: FATE OF THE EARTH. 17. The Global Environment Crisis. 18 The Global Political Economy into the Twenty-First Century: Perils and Prospects. GLOSSARY.

This up-to-date book reflects the recent direction of international relations by integrating contemporary economic issues (trade, multi-nationals) with traditional security issues (war and peace).

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