George, James Robert
In recent times many of the "givens" of post-World War Two International Relations have
undergone remarkable and dramatic change. The Cold War it seems is over, once mortal
enemies are recipients of food aid and questions of the ozone layer, AIDS, satellite
surveillance and global drug cartels are the stuff of everyday International Relations
analysis. In this situation patterns of thought and behaviour regarded, traditionally, as
corresponding with a universal, essential "reality" in...[Show more]
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