Vikas Publishing House
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The fifth edition of International Relations covers the subject from the historical perspective--from the eve of the First World War to the end of the Cold War and beyond. This book is divided into two sections--the first deals with the theoretical perspectives, while the second provides an historical overview of events. These include the two World Wars, problems faced in peace-making, system of alliances, search for security, Nazism and Fascism, rise of communism, the arms race and disarmament, the Cold War and its end, Non-Aligned Movement, and the emergence of regional organizations.
The book is a useful resource for teachers and students of history and political science, those appearing for civil services examinations, as well as those interested in international relations.
• Thoroughly revised and updated to cover the latest developments
• Enlarged to cover theoretical aspects-- realism, neo-realism, liberalism and neo-liberalism, dependency, and feminist approaches
• Covers recent historical developments such as the Gulf War and the new international economic order