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International Relations in the Global VillageMerve Kavakci
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International Relations in the Global Village

Changing Interdependencies (First Edition)
Edited by Merve Safa Kavakci-Islam

Paperback ISBN: 978-1-62131-982-5, 204 pages

©2014

Description
Informative and highly relevant to contemporary global politics, the readings in the anthology International Relations in the Global Village teach students about fundamental international relations theories and explain the implications these theories have for nation-states, sub-national groups, surpranational organizations, and the people who comprise them.

Beginning with realism, liberalism, and idealism, the book examines how certain theories took root and developed over time. It addresses how these theories affected history, shaping or changing it. The material then moves on to more contemporary theories including recent discourse on human rights, internationalism, and globalization, and examines how these have led to a new phase in world affairs. Finally, the material sheds lights on current issues of international security, terrorism, and feminism in conjunction with democratization and Islamization.

Students will increase their understanding of how governments, international organizations, and global institutions take part in the making of the international community.

International Relations in the Global Village offers articulate, balanced points of view on complex issues. An intelligent, well-thought-out blend of the theoretical and the actual, the book is an ideal reader for courses in international relations and current world affairs.


Biography
Merve Kavakci-Islam is recognized as one of The Muslim 500: The World’s 500 Most Influential Muslims. She holds a Ph.D. from the Department of Political Science at Howard University, where she is now a faculty member. Dr. Kavakci also serves as a lecturer on international relations at George Washington University. She is a consultant on the Muslim world to the United States Congress and an internationally recognized public speaker, having addressed, among many others, the British House of Lords and the United Nations Commission on Human Rights. She has written extensively on Middle East politics and secularism. Visit her personal website at mervekavakci.net.