International Relations since 1945: East, West, North, South (Paperback)Geir Lundestad (author)
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Introducing the key events and developments in international relations, this authoritative and engaging book provides students with a clear understanding of the contemporary issues in international politics. Putting the foundations and contexts of International Relations at your fingertips, this Eighth Edition:Provides an account of the world as it has evolved up to 1945Extended coverage of topics including population, gender and the environmentIncludes expanded material on the theory of international relationsIncludes new learning resources, including an `alternative perspectives' box in each chapterSupports research with fully updated and annotated further reading lists
Praised for its detail and tone, International Relations since 1945 is ideal for providing undergraduates with a historical background as they approach international relations.
Publisher: SAGE Publications Ltd
Number of pages: 328
Weight: 572 g
Dimensions: 242 x 170 mm
Edition: 8th Revised edition
East, West, North, South is a classic overview of international politics since the Second World War, and Geir Lundestad is one of the contemporary historians who are extensively read by peace researchers and international relations scholars. Always solidly grounded in empirical research and detail, his ability to provide sweeping analyses has great scholarly appeal among social scientists.-- Henrik Urdal
Geir Lundestad's book offers a thorough and very engaging account of world history since the end of World War II. It combines rich historical detail with important theoretical perspectives on a broad range of issues and will therefore be essential reading for students and scholars of international relations.-- Martin Senn
This new edition once again provides a coherent and accessible coverage of international relations since 1945 that is now better than ever. Reflecting years of research and experience, Geir Lundestad has penned a masterpiece that is a must-read for students and scholars interested in how contemporary global politics came about.-- Simon Koschut
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