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The Global Political System

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What can International Relations scholarship tell us about the global political system? This innovative text examines the contribution made by the principal schools of International Relations to our understanding of the...

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What can International Relations scholarship tell us about the global political system? This innovative text examines the contribution made by the principal schools of International Relations to our understanding of the global system and draws on them to analyze some crucial issues for twenty-first century politics.Elegantly synthesising history and theory, this text introduces the concepts that have been used to explain the politics and policies of the global system. It challenges the dominance of purely state-based approaches and shows how non-state-based approaches are essential for a full and integrated understanding of today's global politics. Using both approaches, the author examines key issues in contemporary world politics, from international security to economic stability and migration to human rights.

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  • English language translation of a highly successful Italian textbook?
  • Provides an accessible overview of recent scholarship?
  • Delivers an incisive examination of?the key political issues surrounding global politics such as globalization, international security and environmental change

From International Relations to Global Politics: The Challenge
Politics as Conflict in an Asymmetric World
Politics as Cooperation in World of Equals
Global Institutions and Government
Global Political Change
Contemporary Global Politics
Reorganising The State
Changing International Security
The New Global Policies
Conclusions.

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FULVIO ATTINA Jean Monnet Chair and Professor of Political Studies, University of Catania, Italy. He is former President of the Italian Association of Political Science. 
 


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FULVIO ATTINA Jean Monnet Chair and Professor of Political Studies, University of Catania, Italy. He is former President of the Italian Association of Political Science. 
 


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