Teaching International Studies from a Regional Perspective: An ISP Symposium on Power, Wealth and Global Order: An International Textbook for Africa

@article{Boyer2002TeachingIS,
  title={Teaching International Studies from a Regional Perspective: An ISP Symposium on Power, Wealth and Global Order: An International Textbook for Africa},
  author={Mark A. Boyer and Donald Gordon and Makram Haluani and Elena Kasimovskaya and Ki Jung Kim and Zlatko {\vS}abi{\vc} and Pat McGowan and Philip Nel},
  journal={International Studies Perspectives},
  year={2002},
  volume={3},
  pages={235-257}
}
Thanks to a suggestion made by Tim Shaw (Dalhousie University), the Editors of ISP decided about a year ago to commission a discussion of the textbook Power, Wealth and Global Order: An International Relations Textbook for Africa. This symposium aims at increasing our understanding of the different, regionally specific perspectives that can be brought to bear when studying international relations outside of North America and Western Europe. We want to thank Prof. Donald Gordon for the time he… 
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