This is a collection devoted to the issues arising from the transition to a post-Cold War world order. The contributors focus on the difficult question of what theoretical tools are now needed to understand the newly emerging, interconnected structures of international relations and global economy, and the many new sources of instability and inequality that are developing. The book has been specifically designed as a student text.

International Political Economy: Understanding Global Disorder 1995, Zed Books

ISBN-13: 9781856492966

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