This text is designed to meet a variety of needs. It has enough substance and breadth to serve as a basic text for either a one-term or a one-year course. The first half deals essentially with the principles, instruments, institutions, and techniques of international relations, and the second with contemporary world politics. However it is used, it can - and should - be supplemented by a variety of readings and exercises, in accordance with the tastes and interests of the instructors, who, it is hoped will bear in mind the needs and backgrounds of their students and will be familiar with new developments in the field.
|Publishers||CBS Publishers & Distributors|
|Author||Palmer & Perkins|
|Subject||General Reference & Social Science|
|About the Author||Palmer & Perkins|
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