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The clash of civilizations and the remaking of world order

Author: Samuel P Huntington
Publisher: New York : Touchstone, 1997.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : First Touchstone editionView all editions and formats
"Based on the author's seminal article in Foreign Affairs, Samuel P. Huntington's The Clash of Civilizations and the Remaking of World Order is a provocative and prescient analysis of the state of world politics after the fall of communism. In this incisive work, the renowned political scientist explains how "civilizations" have replaced nations and ideologies as the driving force in global politics today and offers  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Samuel P Huntington
ISBN: 0684844419 9780684844411
OCLC Number: 38269418
Notes: "A Touchstone book."
Description: 367 pages : illustrations, maps ; 24 cm
Contents: World of civilizations. The new era in world politics ; Civilizations in history and today ; A universal civilization? : modernization and Westernization --
The shifting balance of civilizations. The fading of the West : power, culture, and indigenization ; Economics, demography, and the challenger civilizations --
The Emerging order of civilizations. The cultural reconfiguration of global politics ; Core states, concentric circles, and civilizational order --
Clashes of civilizationsThe West and the rest : intercivilizational issues ; The global politics of civilizations ; From transition wars to fault line wars ; The dynamics of fault line wars --
The future of civilizations. The West, civilizations, and civilization.
Responsibility: Samuel P. Huntington.


Huntington feels that the fundamental source of conflict in the post-Cold War period will not be ideological or economic, but cultural. Picturing here a future of conflict, he argues for greater  Read more...


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