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by Zlatko Isakovic

  • ISBN: 0754612503
  • Category: Other
  • Author: Zlatko Isakovic
  • Subcategory: Social Sciences
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Routledge; 1 edition (May 28, 2000)
  • Pages: 308 pages
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It comprises a range of theoretical deliberations and analysis of the numerous aspects of political power and its uses in international relations. This includes an examination of idea and structure: population; territory; economics; military; the political system; ideology; and morale, and its forms appearing in international relations in the past, present and future - influence and force.

An in-depth look at the definition of power. This includes an examination of idea and structure: population; territory; economics; military; the political system; ideology; and morale and its forms appearing in international relations in the past, present and future: influence and force

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Introductory remarks. Power in International Relations: Definition; Forms of power; Interdependence, conflicts and power in international relations; Communication power - a new element of social and political power in international relations; Bibliography.

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Therefore, the political form of society can evolve and at some point leave the State’s . Democracy can be repeated at the International Relations level, liberals say.

Therefore, the political form of society can evolve and at some point leave the State’s grasp, national egoism and individualism. And, in turn, that means that cooperation, interaction and integration between different States on the basis of moral ideals and common values is possible under some circumstances. The IR theory of liberalism is based on an important statement: democracies don't attack one another.

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Introduction to international relations. M. Cox. with R. Campanaro. Since international relations (IR) is too big a subject to cover in a single course, every chapter of this guide covers a very broad range of topics. The Aims and Learning outcomes will help you to focus on the most important parts of each lesson. After these, you will find a summary of the chapter’s Essential reading.

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