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A World of Nations The International Order Since 1945

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A World of Nations The International Order Since 1945 by Keylor, William R., 9780195337570
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  • ISBN: 9780195337570 | 0195337573
  • Cover: Paperback
  • Copyright: 7/31/2008
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Now updated to address recent developments in the post-9/11 world, A World of Nations, Second Edition, provides an analytical narrative of the origins, evolution, and end of the Cold War. Much more than a simple account of the long struggle between the two superpowers, this vibrant text openswith chapters exploring the development of regional conflicts - ethnic, religious, cultural, economic, and military - that dominated international relations until the breakup of the Soviet Union. The final chapters examine the war on terror and the salience of interstate and transnational conflictsin the era of globalization. In engaging, compelling language, author William R. Keylor provides a genuinely international history of this turbulent period. Designed to serve the needs of both political scientists and historians, the new edition has been reorganized along regional lines while still maintaining the chronological approach of the previous edition. Building on its historical foundation, the second edition discusses International Relationtheory and explores such timely critical topics as human rights, environmental issues, NGOs, immigration, and international terrorism. In addition, numerous new photographs and helpful maps animate the text, drawing students into this dynamic subject. Thoroughly revised and even more relevant in its second edition, A World of Nations offers a riveting exploration of international relations as they have evolved from the Second World War to the present. It is ideal for political science courses on international relations, as well as courses on thehistory of U.S. foreign policy, European diplomatic history, the history of international relations, and world history since 1945.

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