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Global Politics in the Human Interest

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Gurtov (political science and international studies, Portland State U.) presents a textbook on international politics that is "for those who believe in critical reflection and who are open to emerging ideas about human, environmental, and common security." Largely a synthesis of the specialist literature, the text contains seven chapters that provide an overview of contemporary world affairs; critically examine the realist perspective and corporate globalism in theory and practice; present Gurtov's position of global humanism; explore issues of human rights, environmental decline, and underdevelopment; examine Sino-American relations; and discuss the roles of Europe, Russia, and Japan in a multipolar world. Annotation ©2008 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (

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Lynne Rienner Publishers
Politics-United States Foreign Policy
Gurtov, Melvin
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