Guide to International Relations and Diplomacy

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Michael Graham Fry, Erik Goldstein, Richard Langhorne
Bloomsbury Academic, Mar 30, 2004 - Political Science - 592 pages
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An invaluable guide to international relations and diplomacy, covering the international system, crises and meetings, policies and doctrines, force and diplomacy, common international space and diplomatic relations.

This guide is designed to make it easy for students of every kind to access the necessary historical and contemporary information to help with their study of the evolution and current functioning of the international and global system. It provides information about the institutions, mechanisms and practices which support the conduct of international and global affairs. In addition, it gives an account of their evolution of almost two hundred years of history, from 1815 to the present.

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Michael Graham Fry is Professor of International Relations, University of Southern California. Erik Goldstein is Professor of International Relations, Boston University. Richard Langhorne is at Rutgers University.

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