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World politics; a study in international relations,

Author: Alfred De Grazia; Thomas Hulbert Stevenson
Publisher: New York, Barnes & Noble [1962]
Series: College outline series, no. 76.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Outlines and syllabi
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
De Grazia, Alfred.
World politics.
New York, Barnes & Noble [1962]
(OCoLC)570082463
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Alfred De Grazia; Thomas Hulbert Stevenson
OCLC Number: 1394632
Description: 399 pages illustrations 22 cm.
Contents: Part 1. The history of world politics. The beginnings of the modern state system --
World politics from 1789 to 1900 --
The growth of the United States, 1789 to 1917 --
The background and campaigns of World War I --
The peace settlement after World War I --
The period of false stability, 1919 to 1929 --
The bakcground of World War II, 1929 to 1939 --
The campaigns of World War II --
The peace settlement after World War II --
The postwar conflict, 1945 to 1962. Part 2. Structure of world power. Fundamental principles of national power --
The United States --
The Soviet Union --
The British Commonwealth of Nations --
Western Europe --
Eastern Europe --
Communist China --
Japan, South Korea, and Nationalist China --
South and Southeast Asia --
The Middle East and Africa south of the Sahara --
Latin America. Part 3. Instruments of world politics. The elements of international law --
Applications of international law --
Nuclear power, missiles, and disarmament --
Population increases and economic development --
Psychological forces and propaganda --
Regionalism --
Contemporary international organizations. Charts and maps. Most populous states and areas of selected states --
Chief iron-ore-, steel-, coal-, and crude-oil-producing states --
Chief steel-consuming states, largest merchant fleets, chief electric-power-producing states, and electric-power production of selected states --
The world, 1962 --
U.S.S.R. --
Europe --
India and the Far East --
The Middle East --
Africa --
South and Central America --
Birth rates, population density, and major recipients of U.S. foreign-aid grants --
Chief corn-, wheat-, cotton-, and rice-producing states.
Series Title: College outline series, no. 76.
Responsibility: by Alfred de Grazia [and] Thomas H. Stevenson.

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