A general introduction to the issues of globalization, for international relations students. The text ranges from the traditional political concerns of international co-operation and interdependency, to more socialogically inclined questions relating to democracy and political mobilization. The authors build an extensive view of the different on-going debates in the field, and the various ideologies that constitute them, including liberal, neo-Marxist, and postmodern theories. Offering a balance of competing arguments and a number of reasoned postions, the book allows the student to choose which he or she prefers.
Publisher: Edinburgh University Press
Number of pages: 208
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