This introductory text sets out a framework for the consideration of international relations by identifying four essential elements in the analysis of contemporary world politics: the international arena; the international agenda; processes and power; and order, justice and change.
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1. Approaches 2. The Nature of World Politics 3. The Study of World Politics 4. The International Arena 5. The Arena of World Politics 6. The State System 7. Beyond the State System 8. The Multinational Corporations in the World Arena 9. The International Agenda 10. The Nature of the International Agenda 11. New Issues and the International Arena 12. North-South Relations on the International Agenda 13. Policy, Process and Power in World Politics 14. Policy and Politics in the International System 15. Power and International Relations 16. International Interactions 17. US-Russian/Soviet Relations: Policy, Process and Power 18. Order, Justice and Change in World Politics 19. Power, Order and Justice in World Politics 20. Law, Institutions and Regimes in World Politics 21. Human Rights in World Politics 22. Images of World Politics
World Politics by Brian Hocking
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