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Promoting Polyarchy: Globalization, US Intervention, and Hegemony
Introduction: from East-West to North-South: US intervention in the 'new world order' 1. From 'straight power concepts' to 'persuasion' in US foreign policy 2. Political operations in US foreignExpand
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Nationalism and international society
What is meant by international society? On what principles is the notion of international society based? How has the notion of nationalism influenced its evolution? In this book James MayallExpand
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The new interventionism, 1991–1994: United Nations experience in Cambodia, former Yugoslavia and Somalia
At the end of the Cold War the hope was that it would be possible to reform international society and create a new world order. This book explores the experience of the United Nations in the threeExpand
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World Politics: Progress and its Limits
Acknowledegements. Abbreviations. Prologue. Prologue. Part One: International Society. 1: Origins And Structure. 2: The Modernization Of International Society. 3: A New Solidarism?. Part Two:Expand
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Globalization and international relations
John Baylis and Steve Smith (eds.), The Globalization of World Politics: An Introduction to International Relations , Oxford University Press, 1997 Charlotte Bretherton and Geoffrey Ponton (eds.),Expand
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Nationalism and the International Order
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Democracy and International Society
In this edited version of the seventh John Vincent Memorial Lecture given at the University of Keele on 7 May 1999, James Mayall discusses the contested nature of international relations, theExpand
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The sanctions problem in international economic relations: reflections in the light of recent experience*
Recollected in tranquillity, as an abstract problem in international relations, the continued willingness of governments to employ economic sanctions in international disputes is undoubtedlyExpand
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Democratizing the Commonwealth
Despite having been regarded by many as increasingly anachronistic, the Commonwealth continues to be seen as valuable both by its existing members and by those who wish to join it. Given theExpand
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