Introduction to Global Politics

  title={Introduction to Global Politics},
  author={Steven L. Lamy and J. S. Masker and J. Baylis and Steve Smith and P. Owens},
The first U.S. textbook to offer students a truly global approach, Introduction to Global Politics brings together an expert team of international scholars who provide a current, engaging, non-U.S. perspective on international relations. The authors and editors help students to identify patterns, to apply theories, and to see "the whole chessboard" of global politics. The book's unique organization facilitates this global approach by dividing typical course coverage into several core areas of… Expand
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