Introduction to Politics Governments and Nations in the Twenty-First Century
Edition: 3rd 2005
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Description: Introduction to Politics provides a concise yet complete view of political institutions and developments since the end of the Cold War. Topics covered include political philosophy, political culture, democracy and other forms of government, the primary forces of governments (the legislatures, executive, and judiciary), and topics of particular interest due to current events: the global political economy, political violence, international relations, and ethnic conflict. Using a comparative perspective, this text introduces students to politics framed in a wider worldview than many texts available. A political atlas at the end of the text also provides a valuable resource, containing maps of historically and presently crucial geographical and cultural areas.
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List price: $50.95
Copyright year: 2005
Publisher: CENGAGE Learning Custom Publishing
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|Requirements Minimum System|
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|About the Author Dedication|
|Government and Politics in the Post-Cold War Era|
|Government in the Post-Cold War Era|
|Government and Politics|
|The Collapse of the Soviet Union and the End of the Cold War Era|
|The United States as the First "Universal Nation"|
|The New Context of Global Politics|
|New Political Formulations|