The Penguin Dictionary of International Relations

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Graham Evans, Jeffrey Newnham
Penguin Books, 1998 - Political Science - 623 pages
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International relations have undergone a revolution since the immense upheavals in Eastern Europe of 1989. The end of the Cold War, which was in many ways the great simplifier of international affairs, has fundamentally changed the character of world politics and introduced dangerous new developments and processes. This new world disorder is fully reflected in this new Penguin dictionary. Providing a comprehensive overview of contemporary international relations, it contains over 700 definitions including: entries relating to ideas, theories, concepts, organisations and events e.g. preventative diplomacy, World Bank group; specialist terms e.g. Agent-structure; terms for developments that have greatly affected international relations in the post-Cold War period e.g. Big emerging markets (BEMs).

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Contents

Section 1
139
Section 2
167
Section 3
235
Section 4
311
Section 5
410
Section 6
485
Section 7
589
Section 8
592
Section 9
625
Section 10
627
Section 11
628
Section 12
629
Section 13
630
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About the author (1998)

Graham Evans, currently Senior Lecturer in International Relations at the University of Wales, Swansea, has published extensively on international affairs. His previous works include The Dictionary of World Politics, written with Jeffrey Newnham.

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