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Title The interregnum : controversies in world politics 1989-1999 / [edited by Michael Cox, Ken Booth & Tim Dunne.]
Published Cambridge, UK ; New York, NY, USA : Cambridge University Press, 1999


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Description vii, 303 ; 25 cm
Contents Machine derived contents note: Part I. Historical Perspectives: 1. Reflections on the end of The Cold War R. Ned Lebow -- 2. History ends, worlds collide Chris Brown -- 3. Globalization and governance: antinomies or interdependence? Linda Weiss -- 4. Beyond Westphalia? Capitalism after the 'fall' Barry Buzan and Richard Little -- Part II. Contending Ideologies: 5. Marxism after Communism Andrew Gamble -- 6. Towards a post-Clausewitzian world? Colin Gray -- 7. The potentials of enlightenment Fred Halliday -- 8. Liberalism since the Cold War: an enemy to itself? Geoffrey Hawthorn -- Part III. Geopolitical Landscapes: 9. The United States: hegemonic still? Bruce Cumings -- 10. Where is the Third World now? Caroline Thomas -- 11. Russia: what transition? Peter Rutland -- 12. A new Europe William Wallace -- 13. Whatever happened to the Pacific century? Rosemary Foot and Andrew Walter
Notes "Second special issue of the Review of international studies"--P. v
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Review of international studies no:25, special issue 0260-2105
Subject World politics -- 1989-
Author Booth, Ken, 1943-
Cox, Michael, 1947-
Dunne, Timothy, 1965-
LC no. 99087292
ISBN 052178509X (pb)
OTHER TI Review of international studies
Other Titles Review of international studies