International Relations

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Pearson Longman, Jul 1, 2005 - Political Science - 424 pages
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This brief edition of Goldstein's best-selling International Relations covers the subject thoroughly but more compactly than the comprehensive version, giving professors more latitude to use supplementary readings or focus on special topics and interests. A field-defining text, Goldstein's International Relations balances security and economic issues; includes coverage of alternative theoretical perspectives, the environment, and women; and integrates technology seamlessly with marginal icons linking to additional online content such as video clips, interactive simulations, and practice tests.

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User Review  - Kevin - Goodreads

The book was a bit dry in areas but for the most part it was really informative and smooth reading. Great book, really enjoyed it and I learned a lot about geopolitics. Read full review

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User Review  - Dan - Goodreads

book for school, well-done but a subject that doesn't interest me at all Read full review

Contents

CHAPTER
1
Understanding International Relations
2
Nonstate Actors
10
Copyright

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About the author (2005)

Joshua Goldstein is Assistant Professor of Chinese History at the University of Southern California.

Jon C. Pevehouse is Assistant Professor at the University of Wisconsin. He has published in journals such as the American Political Science Review, American Journal of Political Science, International Organization, Journal of Politics and Journal of Conflict Resolution.

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