Synopses & Reviews
The Penguin Dictionary of International Relations holds the key to understanding the trends and events that have influenced international relations over the last decade. This completely up-to-date reference includes explanations of the dangerous developments that have affected international relations, such as ethnic cleansing and preventive war, as well as detailed entries on broader concepts and key organizations--from game theory to SALT, from Amnesty International to WHO. This is a must for students of the world who want to keep up with the ever-changing pace of foreign relations.
A guide to the concepts, ideas and institutions of world politics, this dictionary is an up-to-date and comprehensive resource for students, researchers and journalists.
About the Author
Graham Evans, currently Senior Lecturer in International Relations at the University of Wales, Swansea, has published extensively on international affairs. His previous works include The Dictionary of World Politics, written with Jeffrey Newnham.