AuthorPearson, Frederic S
TitleInternational relations : The global condition in the late twentieth century / Frederic S. Pearson, J. Martin Rochester
Imprint New York : McGraw-Hill, 1992
Edition 3rd ed
Descript xx, 668 p. : ill. ; 24 cm

CONTENT

Part I. Introduction : The Study of International Relations, or Getting a Handle on the World -- A Glimpse into the Past: The Historical Development of the International System -- A Bird's-Eye View of the Present: The Contemporary International System -- Part II. National Actors and International Interactions : Describing Foreign Policy Behavior: What is it Nation-States Do -- Explaining Foreign Policy Behavior: Why do Nations-States Do What They Do -- The Foreign Policy Process: A View From the Inside -- Playing the Game of International Relations: Diplomacy Before Force -- Breakdown in the Game: The Resort to Armed Force -- Part III. International Institution -- International Law: Myth or Reality -- International Organizations: Links Between Governments and Between People -- Part IV. The Global Condition: the Politics of Problem Solving : The Control of Violence: The Arms Race


International relations

LOCATIONCALL#STATUS
Political Science Library327 P361I 1992CHECK SHELVES