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International Relations Since 1945

International Relations Since 1945

ISBN 9780198807612
Edition 3
Publication Date
Publisher Oxford University Press
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Overview
International Relations since 1945 is the most student-friendly guide to the history of international relations. In it, Young and Kent provide an accessible and comprehensive introduction to key developments in international relations across the world. Now in its third edition, the text has been thoroughly updated to include contemporary developments and includes a brand new concluding part: 'The Age of Uncertainty, 2011 - 2018'.This textbook is helpfully structured chronologically and by region, taking the reader through the tension of the Cold War and post-war decolonisation to the Vietnam War, The Détente Era, and the latest developments in Middle East politics.NEW TO THIS EDITIONA new final part, 'The Age of Uncertainty', brings readers up to date with key IR events and developments from 2011 onwardsThree brand new chapters explore the war in Syria, Brexit, Trump, and the rise of major powers in the EastThoroughly updated to reflect developments in discourse, such as England's strategy for Middle East defence in Egypt during the Cold WarAdditional maps help students visualise the forces and territories in the Middle East.This title is available as an eBook. Please contact your Learning Resource Consultant for more information.
Overview
International Relations since 1945 is the most student-friendly guide to the history of international relations. In it, Young and Kent provide an accessible and comprehensive introduction to key developments in international relations across the world. Now in its third edition, the text has been thoroughly updated to include contemporary developments and includes a brand new concluding part: 'The Age of Uncertainty, 2011 - 2018'.This textbook is helpfully structured chronologically and by region, taking the reader through the tension of the Cold War and post-war decolonisation to the Vietnam War, The Détente Era, and the latest developments in Middle East politics.NEW TO THIS EDITIONA new final part, 'The Age of Uncertainty', brings readers up to date with key IR events and developments from 2011 onwardsThree brand new chapters explore the war in Syria, Brexit, Trump, and the rise of major powers in the EastThoroughly updated to reflect developments in discourse, such as England's strategy for Middle East defence in Egypt during the Cold WarAdditional maps help students visualise the forces and territories in the Middle East.This title is available as an eBook. Please contact your Learning Resource Consultant for more information.

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