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Globalization : the paradox of organizational behavior : terrorism, foreign policy, and governance

Author: Meshack M Sagini
Publisher: Lanham, Maryland : University Press of America, [2015]
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This extraordinary document is an elaborate, synergistic, and interdisciplinary synthesis whose historical, comparative, and cosmopolitan outlook makes it attractive to the reading public everywhere in the world.
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Sagini, Meshack M.
Globalization
(OCoLC)899327138
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Meshack M Sagini
ISBN: 9780761859536 0761859535
OCLC Number: 903015914
Description: 1 online resource (xxiv, 376 pages)
Contents: GLOBALIZATION; Contents; Figure List; Table List; Foreword; Preface; Acknowledgements; Abbreviations; Section One. Terrorism in the New Millennium; Chapter I. Introduction: Competing Paradigms of Globalization; REFERENCES; Chapter II. Why the United States Was Attacked: Meaningful Reflections; WHAT IS TERRORISM?; THEORETICAL UNDERPININGS; FORMS OF RELIGIOUS ASCETISM; Variations of Asceticism in World Religions; RATIONALISM IN THE ISLAMIC ORGANIZATIONAL TRADITION; Fundamentalist Theory of Political Islam; Islam as Freedom and Equality; The State in Islam; CONCLUSION; REFERENCES. Chapter III. International Diplomacy and the U.S. vs. Iraq WarSTYLES OF INTERNATIONAL DIPLOMACY; THEORIES OF DIPLOMACY; INTERNATIONAL DIPLOMACY AND ALLIANCE DIVISION: THEORETICAL CHALLENGES; THEORETICAL CHALLENGES; EUROPEAN PERCEPTIONS OF THEORETICAL REALITY; THE CHALLENGES TO INTERNATIONAL DIPLOMACY; CONCLUSION AND DISCUSSION; REFERENCES; Chapter IV. Iraq: Reconstruction and Regional Geopolitics; LEGAL FRAMEWORK FOR WAR AND OCCUPATION; U.S. PLANS FOR RECONSTRUCTION; PLANS FOR LEADERSHIP IN IRAQ: ETHNIC, RELIGIOUS AND POLITICAL DIVERSITY; POLITICAL GROUPS. GOVERNANCE: PRINCIPLES FOR BUILDING A DEMOCRATIC IRAQACTUAL RECONSTRUCTION; CHALLENGES OF THE RECONSTRUCTION; IMPLICATIONS; AYATOLLAH SISTANI'S PERSPECTIVE; THE SECOND RECONSTRUCTION-NEW CONSTITUTION IN IRAQ; NEW GOVERNMENT; Chalabi Issue; How Ministers Were Chosen; THE CHALLENGES OF THE SECOND RECONSTRUCTION; WHY PEOPLE COMMIT ATROCITY; INTERPRETATION; RECOMMENDATIONS; REFERENCES; Chapter V. Transnational Terrorism: Islamic and Western Views; HOW SECTISM, DOCTRINE AND TRADITION INFLUENCE; TERRORISM; Wahhabism; REFERENCES. Section Two: Comparative Foreign Policies of the Great Powers inthe 21st CenturyChapter VI. U.S. Foreign Policy; INTRODUCTION; U.S. FOREIGN POLICY: PRESIDENTIAL INVOLVEMENT; WHAT IS THE MEANING OF INTERVENTION?; IS THE U.S. AN EMPIRE OR NOT? THEORETICAL INSIGHT; IMPERIAL GOVERNANCE; RESULTS OF IMPERIAL STRUCTURES; CHALLENGES OF U.S. FOREIGN POLICY; CONCLUSION; REFERENCES; Chapter VII. Chinese Foreign Policy; INTRODUCTION; HISTORICAL BACKGROUND; BUDDHISM; CONFUCIANISM; NINETEENTH AND TWENTIETH CENTURIES CHINESE HISTORY; POST-REVOLUTIONARY CHINA'S FOREIGN POLICY. CONTEMPORARY CHINESE FOREIGN POLICYREFERENCES; Chapter VIII. E.U. Foreign Policy; E.U. FOREIGN POLICY: EVOLUTION; EUROPEAN UNION INSTITUTION; THE EUROPEAN COMMISSION (EC); THE COUNCIL OF THE EUROPEAN UNION; THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT (EP); The European Council; The Community: External Representation and Troika; The European Court of Justice (ECJ); European Central Bank (ECB); STRUCTURE OF E.U. POLITICS AND GOVERNMENT; RELATED ORGANIZATIONS-WEU AND NATO; CHALLENGES TO THE E.U. AND GLOBAL INTEGRATION; CONCLUSION; Chapter IX. Comparative Foreign Policies of Great Powers.
Responsibility: Meshack M. Sagini ; foreword by Dr. Thomas E. Patterson.
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