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The Resource Clashing views in world politics, selected, edited and with introductions by John T. Rourke

Clashing views in world politics, selected, edited and with introductions by John T. Rourke

Label
Clashing views in world politics
Title
Clashing views in world politics
Statement of responsibility
selected, edited and with introductions by John T. Rourke
Title variation
World politics
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
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Cataloging source
YDXCP
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Series statement
  • Taking sides
  • Contemporary learning series
Label
Clashing views in world politics, selected, edited and with introductions by John T. Rourke
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
UNIT 1. REGIONAL AND COUNTRY ISSUES. Is the European Union's Eurozone in serious danger of collapsing? -- Should Russia be considered a hostile country? -- Is China becoming a dangerous superpower? -- Are the Palestinians blocking the path to peace in the Middle East? -- Should force be used if necessary to prevent Iran from acquiring nuclear weapons? -- Is U.S. policy toward Latin America on the right track? -- Does the Islamist movement threaten the democracy gained in the Arab Spring? UNIT 2. ECONOMIC ISSUES. Is economic globalization good for both rich and poor? -- Does China's currency manipulation warrant international and national action? UNIT 3. ARMAMENTS AND VIOLENCE ISSUES. Should the United States ratify the comprehensive nuclear test ban treaty? -- Should U.S. forces continue to fight in Afghanistan? -- Does using drones to attack terrorists globally violate international law? -- Is the use and threat of force necessary in international relations? UNIT 4. INTERNATIONAL LAW AND ORGANIZATION ISSUES. Is the UN a worthwhile organization? -- Is U.S. refusal to join the International Criminal Court wise? -- Should the United States ratify the convention to eliminate all forms of discrimination against women? UNIT 5. ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES. Are international negotiations to control global warming useful?
Control code
sky255749354
Dimensions
24 cm.
Edition
16th ed.
Extent
xxxvi, 306 p.
Isbn
9780078139543
System control number
a1911301
Label
Clashing views in world politics, selected, edited and with introductions by John T. Rourke
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
UNIT 1. REGIONAL AND COUNTRY ISSUES. Is the European Union's Eurozone in serious danger of collapsing? -- Should Russia be considered a hostile country? -- Is China becoming a dangerous superpower? -- Are the Palestinians blocking the path to peace in the Middle East? -- Should force be used if necessary to prevent Iran from acquiring nuclear weapons? -- Is U.S. policy toward Latin America on the right track? -- Does the Islamist movement threaten the democracy gained in the Arab Spring? UNIT 2. ECONOMIC ISSUES. Is economic globalization good for both rich and poor? -- Does China's currency manipulation warrant international and national action? UNIT 3. ARMAMENTS AND VIOLENCE ISSUES. Should the United States ratify the comprehensive nuclear test ban treaty? -- Should U.S. forces continue to fight in Afghanistan? -- Does using drones to attack terrorists globally violate international law? -- Is the use and threat of force necessary in international relations? UNIT 4. INTERNATIONAL LAW AND ORGANIZATION ISSUES. Is the UN a worthwhile organization? -- Is U.S. refusal to join the International Criminal Court wise? -- Should the United States ratify the convention to eliminate all forms of discrimination against women? UNIT 5. ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES. Are international negotiations to control global warming useful?
Control code
sky255749354
Dimensions
24 cm.
Edition
16th ed.
Extent
xxxvi, 306 p.
Isbn
9780078139543
System control number
a1911301

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