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by Neal Riemer,Kenneth W. Thompson

eBook New Thinking and Developments in International Politics download ISBN: 0819183091
Author: Neal Riemer,Kenneth W. Thompson
Publisher: UPA; 3 edition (September 5, 1991)
Language: English
Pages: 206
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Kenneth W. Thompson, Neal Riemer. This book explores the provocative question, 'What has been, and will be, the impact of new thinking and developments upon international politics?'

Kenneth W. This book explores the provocative question, 'What has been, and will be, the impact of new thinking and developments upon international politics?' The essays discuss the new possibilities resulting from new thinking.

III : Opportunities and Dangers. by Kenneth W. Thompson and Neal Riemer.

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Are you sure you want to remove New thinking and developments in international politics from your list? New thinking and developments in international politics. opportunities and dangers. Published 1991 by University Press of America, Miller Center, University of Virginia in Lanham, Md, . Written in English.

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In addition to The Challenge of Politics, he is coauthor of New Thinking and Developments in International Politics . This book came fast and just in time for my class.

In addition to The Challenge of Politics, he is coauthor of New Thinking and Developments in International Politics: Opportunities and Dangers and has contributed to such publications as the Harvard Journal of World Affairs, East Asian Survey, Comparative Political Studies, International Studies Notes, Teaching Political Science, and Society.

Kenneth W. Thompson (August 29, 1921 – February 2, 2013) was an American academic and author known for his contributions to normative theory in international relations. In 1978 he became director of the Miller Center of Public Affairs at the University of Virginia. He retired as director in 1998, but continued to head its Forum Program until 2004. Thompson received his P. from the University of Chicago in 1950 and taught there and at Northwestern University from 1949 to 1955

New political thinking (or simply new thinking) was the doctrine put forth by Mikhail Gorbachev as part of his reforms of the Soviet Union.

New political thinking (or simply new thinking) was the doctrine put forth by Mikhail Gorbachev as part of his reforms of the Soviet Union

Neal Riemer (late) was the Andrew V. Stout Professor of Political Philosophy at Drew University

Neal Riemer (late) was the Andrew V. Stout Professor of Political Philosophy at Drew University. After receiving a PhD from Harvard University, he taught at the Pennsylvania State University; the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee; University of Innsbruck, Austria; and Drew University. In addition to The Challenge of Politics, he is coauthor of New Thinking and Developments in International Politics: Opportunities and Dangers and has contributed to such publications as the Harvard Journal of World Affairs, East Asian Survey, Comparative Political Studies, International Studies Notes, Teaching Political Science, and Society.

Neal Riemer (late) was the Andrew V. Stout Professor of Political . He was the recipient of outstanding teaching awards at both the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and Drew. Douglas W. Simon is professor of political science at Drew University, specializing in international affairs, . foreign policy, international organizations, and national security.

This book explores the provocative question, 'What has been, and will be, the impact of new thinking and developments upon international politics?' The essays discuss the new possibilities resulting from new thinking. These are: the end of the Cold War and the advent of a peaceful, prosperous Europe closely tied to the United States; an invigorated United Nations; a shift of attention to the new challenges posed by patterns of violence in areas of the world divorced from the Cold War; and the prospect of global democratization and greater global economic and ecological health. Essays include: Implications of Soviet New Thinking for International Politics: Clues from Eastern Europe; Remodeling NATO and Europe: Continuity and Change in European Security in the 1990s; Toward a New and Invigorated United Nations; Violent Conflict in the International System of the 1990s; International Economics in the 1990s; Information Revolution and the Shaping of a Democratic Global Order. Co-published with the Miller Center of Public Affairs.