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Encyclopedia of international relations and global politics

Author: Martin Griffiths
Publisher: London : Routledge, 2008.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
This book provides a reference source for students and academics covering all aspects of global international relations and the contemporary discipline across IR's major subject divisions of diplomacy, military affairs, international political economy, and theory.

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Genre/Form: Encyclopedias
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Martin Griffiths
ISBN: 9780415459181 0415459184
OCLC Number: 226279844
Notes: Originally published: 2005.
Description: xviii, 911 pages ; 25 cm
Contents: African Union (AU); agent-structure debate; alliance structures; al-Qaeda; anarchy; anti-Americanism; appeasement; Arab League; arms control; arms race; arms trade; Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation Forum (APEC); Asian values; Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN); asylum; authority; balance of power; balance of threat; ballistic missile defence (BMD); Bank for International Settlements (BIS); benefit-sharing; biodiversity; biological weapons; bipolarity; Bretton Woods; capital controls; casino capitalism; chemical weapons; chloro-fluro carbons (CFCs); civil war; clash of civilizations; CNN factor/effect; cold war; collective security; Common Agricultural Policy (CAP); common security; Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS); communism; communitarianism; concert of powers; conditionality; confidence- and-security-building measures (CSBM); conflict resolution; constructivism; containment; cosmopolitan democracy; cosmopolitanism; crimes against humanity; crisis; critical security studies; critical theory; debt trap; decolonisation; deconstruction; democratic deficit; democratic peace; democratisation; dependency; desertification; deterrence; development; developmental state; diplomacy; discourse; disintermediation; distributive justice; embedded liberalism; end of history; English School; epistemic community; ethnic cleansing; ethnic conflict; ethnicity; Euro; European Common Security and Defence Policy; European Court of Human Rights; European Union (EU); failed state; fair trade; famine; feminism; foreign aid; foreign direct investment (FDI); foundationalism/anti-foundationalism; fourth world; free trade; functionalism; game theory; gender; gendercide; genealogy; genocide; geopolitics; global civil society; global financial centre; global governance; global warming; globalization; good governance; grand strategy; great powers; Group of Eight (G-8); Group of Seventy-Seven (G-77); groupthink; hegemonic stability theory; hegemony; hermeneutics; historical sociology; human capabilites; human rights; human security; humanitarian intervention; humanitarianism; idealism; identity/difference; imperialism; integration; interdependence; International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA); International Court of Justice (ICJ); International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights; International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights; International Criminal Court (ICC); International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda; International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia; International Labour Organisation (ILO); international law; International Monetary Fund (IMF); international political economy (IPE); international public goods; international society; international system; inter-paradigm debate; irredentism; Islam; isolationism; just war; Kyoto Accords; Law of Peoples; League of Nations; legitimacy; levels of analysis; liberal internationalism; managed trade; marxism; mercenary; metatheory; microstates; middle power; minority rights; misperception; modernisation; money laundering; Most-Favoured Nation (MFN); multiculturalism; multilateralism; multinational corporation (MNC); mutually assured destruction (MAD); national interest; nationalism; nation-state; neocolonialism; neoliberalism; neomedievalism; neorealism; newly industrializing country (NIC); non-governmental organization (NGO); non-offensive defence; North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA); North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO); nuclear proliferation; nuclear utilization theory (NUT); offshore production; order; Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD); Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE); Organisation of Petroleum-Exporting Countries (OPEC); ozone depletion; pacifism; partition; patriotism; peace studies; peace-building; peace-enforcement; peacekeeping; perpetual peace; pluralism; polarity; population growth; positivism; post-colonialism; post-Fordism; post-positivism; poststructuralism; power; power transition theory; preventive diplomacy; prisoner's dilemma; protectionism; rationality; realism; reciprocity; recognition; reflexivity; refugee; regime; regional trade blocs; regionalism; relative gains/absolute gains; restorative justice; revolution; revolution in military affairs (RMA); risk society; rogue state; sanctions; secession; security; security community; security dilemma; self-determination; soft power; solidarism; sovereignty; standard of civilization; state formation; structural adjustment programme (SAP); superpower; sustainable development; terrorism; third way; third world; transnational crime; transnational social movements; trusteeship; truth commissions; unilateralism; United Nations; war; war crime; war rape; water wars; weapons of mass destruction; Westphalia; women and development; World Bank; World Health Organisation (WHO); World Trade Organisation (WTO); world-system theory; zones of peace
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