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Issues in World Politics [Paperback]

Brian White , Richard Little , Michael Smith


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2 Feb 2001
This volume looks behind dramatic TV images to provide an analytic introduction and guide to imortant global issues in the world. The second edition has been fully revised throughout with the addition of new chapters on the media and communications crime and corruption and religion.

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.,."analytically well organized, defining the dominant issues of world politics by their extent or scope, their urgency or intensity, their salience or visibility, and their centrality or location..." --"Review of International Studies"

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BRIAN WHITE is Professor of International Relations and Politics, Staffordshire University. - RICHARD LITTLE is Professor of Politics, University of Bristol. - MICHAEL SMITH is Professor of European Studies, Loughborough University.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Great Intermediate Book on International Relations 30 July 2008
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I really liked this text because it went beyond the basics covered in the typical international relations study topics and it covered topical areas not mentioned in other texts (or only mentioned as a side note). It's not the only text that I would use to study IR, but it's a great text to supplement other texts (such as World Politics).
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