The third edition of this introduction to international relations text aims to capture the mounting turbulence and complexity surrounding world politics in the last decade of the 20th century. The authors seek to bridge the gap between academic theory and concepts by continuing to develop a theme that the players and relationships that exist throughout the world must be understood before intelligent judgments can be made about international affairs. Current topics featured include: new consideration of the individual in foreign policy (e.g. Gorbachev); relevance of oil crisis; trends in diplomacy and force; the future of nuclear, chemical and biological weapons and arms control; terrorism primer update; new schools of economic analysis. An instructor's manual and test bank are available.
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