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Cambridge University Press, 978 0 521 76745 3 Global Politics in the 21st Century. Robert J Jackson,Frontmatter,More information, in this web service Cambridge University Press www cambridge org. Cambridge University Press, 978 0 521 76745 3 Global Politics in the 21st Century. Robert J Jackson,Frontmatter,More information,Global politics in. the 21st century,R OBER T J J AC K SON,University of Redlands California.
in this web service Cambridge University Press www cambridge org. Cambridge University Press, 978 0 521 76745 3 Global Politics in the 21st Century. Robert J Jackson,Frontmatter,More information, 32 Avenue of the Americas New York NY 10013 2473 USA. Cambridge University Press is part of the University of Cambridge. It furthers the University s mission by disseminating knowledge in the pursuit of. education learning and research at the highest international levels of excellence. www cambridge org, Information on this title www cambridge org 9780521756532. Robert J Jackson 2013, This publication is in copyright Subject to statutory exception. and to the provisions of relevant collective licensing agreements. no reproduction of any part may take place without the written. permission of Cambridge University Press,First published 2013.
Printed in the United States of America, A catalog record for this publication is available from the British Library. Library of Congress Cataloging in Publication Data. Jackson Robert J, Global politics in the 21st century Robert J Jackson University of Redlands. Includes bibliographical references and index,ISBN 978 0 521 76745 3 ISBN 978 0 521 75653 2 pbk. 1 International relations History 21st century 2 World politics 21st century. JZ1318 J333 2013,327 dc23 2012036734,ISBN 978 0 521 76745 3 Hardback. ISBN 978 0 521 75653 2 Paperback, Cambridge University Press has no responsibility for the persistence or accuracy of.
URLs for external or third party Internet Web sites referred to in this publication. and does not guarantee that any content on such Web sites is or will remain. accurate or appropriate, in this web service Cambridge University Press www cambridge org. Cambridge University Press, 978 0 521 76745 3 Global Politics in the 21st Century. Robert J Jackson,Frontmatter,More information,For Doreen Love from the beginning to the end. in this web service Cambridge University Press www cambridge org. Cambridge University Press, 978 0 521 76745 3 Global Politics in the 21st Century. Robert J Jackson,Frontmatter,More information, in this web service Cambridge University Press www cambridge org.
Cambridge University Press, 978 0 521 76745 3 Global Politics in the 21st Century. Robert J Jackson,Frontmatter,More information,Brief contents. PART I Foundations of global politics 1 PART III Global conflict and war 245. Chapter 1 Introduction to global politics 3 Chapter 9 War Causes conduct and. consequences 247,Chapter 2 Global history The making of the. 21st century 20 Chapter 10 Civil wars insurgencies and. counterinsurgencies 283,Chapter 3 Competing theories methods. and intellectual debates about Chapter 11 Terrorism and. global politics 56 counterterrorism 329, PART II Institutions and actors in PART IV The politics of global.
global politics 87 economics 365, Chapter 4 Modern states Power leaders and Chapter 12 Global economics and. decisions in global politics 89 governance 367, Chapter 5 The global system Major and Chapter 13 Global inequality Winners and. middle powers 122 losers 409, Chapter 6 Global governance in PART V Global challenges and. transition International prospects 439,law and intergovernmental. institutions 153 Chapter 14 Human rights Law institutions. and abuses 441,Chapter 7 Politics beyond the state I Nonstate.
actors mass communications and Chapter 15 Global threats Environment. social networking 188 energy demography and,health 470. Chapter 8 Politics beyond the state II, Identity ethnicity nationalism Chapter 16 Crises and ethics in global. and religion 211 politics 510, in this web service Cambridge University Press www cambridge org. Cambridge University Press, 978 0 521 76745 3 Global Politics in the 21st Century. Robert J Jackson,Frontmatter,More information, in this web service Cambridge University Press www cambridge org.
Cambridge University Press, 978 0 521 76745 3 Global Politics in the 21st Century. Robert J Jackson,Frontmatter,More information,The 19th century Enhancement of the. Preface xv,global system 40,Acknowledgments xix,Europe Napoleon the Concert. of Europe and collective, Part I Foundations of global politics 1 hegemony 41. China Opium wars and, Chapter 1 Introduction to global politics 3 humiliation 43.
Global politics 5 Competing European alliance,Globalization security and the global systems 43. system 6 The 20th century Two bloody world,wars and two great powers 44. Globalization and global politics 8,Europe World War I the Treaty. Security and global politics 12 of Versailles and the Russian. States and global politics 14 Revolution 44, Conclusion Patterns of contemporary World War II 46. global politics 16 India Independence and partition 47. China The death of the imperial,system the rise of Mao Zedong and.
Chapter 2 Global history The making of the the communist takeover 48. 21st century 20 Global consequences of World,From prehistory to five regional War II 49. powers 10 000 BCE 476 CE 22 A new age of superpowers 49. A period of transition The Middle The Cold War Russia and the United. Ages to Westphalia 476 1648 29 States 50, The Middle East The origin and Coming full circle 51. development of Islam as a political Conclusion Is global history. power 31 destiny 53,Christian Europe as a political. power 32 Chapter 3 Competing theories methods and, China leads the world 33 intellectual debates about global. The Indian subcontinent 36,politics 56,Other great powers around the.
globe 36 Levels of analysis 57, Origin development and expansion of Theories and perspectives 58. the modern state 1648 1800 36 Theories of global politics 59. European powers go global Realism 60,Colonization and imperialism 39 Liberalism 63. in this web service Cambridge University Press www cambridge org. Cambridge University Press, 978 0 521 76745 3 Global Politics in the 21st Century. Robert J Jackson,Frontmatter,More information,x Contents. Political economy perspectives Individuals and groups in foreign policy. Neo Marxism and public choice 67 decision making 109. Postmodernism and critical theory 71 Personality and leadership 111. Social constructivism 73 Making foreign policy 114. Gender and feminist theory 76 Decisions and game theory 115. Integrating theoretical insights 78 Critical Case Study 4 3 The Cuban Missile. Methodology and social science 79 Crisis 116, The traditional historical method 81 Chicken prisoner s dilemma and the.
The behavioralist method 81 stag hunt 117,Postbehavioralism 82. Conclusion Is the equality of states,Critical Case Study 3 1 Applying the. reality or fiction 120,approaches and theories to the current. Afghanistan war 83,Chapter 5 The global system Major and. Conclusion Analytic eclecticism 86,middle powers 122.
The global system 123, Part II Institutions and actors in The global system and power 123. Global system concepts Polarity,global politics 87. and balance 124, Chapter 4 Modern states Power leaders and Bipolarity and the Cold War 125. decisions in global politics 89 Geopolitics The United States and. States and sovereignty 90 unipolar politics 129, Sovereignty under attack 91 Geopolitics A modified U S unipolar. States and nations 92 system or mixed polarity 132. Critical Case Study 4 1 Territory and states Geopolitics The competitors 133. Israel and Palestine 93 China 135,Power and capabilities 96.
Russia 140,Power and national interest 96,Sources of state power and The European Union 144. capabilities 97 Middle powers and other rising,Economy 97 powers 146. Geography and population 97 The global system and security. Natural resources and technical and,scientific capabilities 99. Diffusion of power Globalization and,Military capabilities 99. nonstate actors 148,Soft power 101,Conclusion The new global security.
Implementing foreign policy 101,Diplomacy 102 map 150. Economic strategies 103, Military and coercive strategies 104 Chapter 6 Global governance in transition. Leaders and leadership 104 International law and, Critical Case Study 4 2 Levels of foreign intergovernmental institutions 153. policy analysis and the Iranian nuclear Law 154,issue A march to war 105 International law 156. in this web service Cambridge University Press www cambridge org. Cambridge University Press, 978 0 521 76745 3 Global Politics in the 21st Century.
Robert J Jackson,Frontmatter,More information,Contents xi. The evolution of international Chapter 8 Politics beyond the state II. law 157 Identity ethnicity nationalism,International courts 158 and religion 211. Extraordinary courts 160 Identity Ethnicity and nations 212. The International Criminal Court 162 Nationalism and self. Critical Case Study 6 1 Ongoing ICC determination 214. investigations and actions 164 Ethno national movements 216. International institutions 165 Identity Religion and religious. The United Nations 167 movements 217,Reform of the United Nations 170 Christianity 221. War peacekeeping and peace Islam 222,enforcement 171 Judaism 226. Success and failure in UN Hinduism 227,missions 173 Confucianism 228.
Debate over United Nations The clash of civilizations Supporters. humanitarian intervention 176 and critics 229, The European Union 178 Critical Case Study 8 1 Europe s fears. The European Union and Eurabia and Londonistan 233. integration 179 Islamic fundamentalism and radical. The European Union and reform 181,Islamic jihadism 234. The European Union and, sovereignty 182 The clash of values inside the Muslim. Foreign policy 184 world 236, Regional and functional IGOs 185 Iran and Turkey 237. Arab Awakening or Arab,Conclusion Prospects for global.
Spring 239,governance 186,Conclusion Interpreting conflicts over. identity 240,Chapter 7 Politics beyond the state I Nonstate. actors mass communications and, social networking 188 Part III Global conflict and war 245. Nongovernmental organizations Chapter 9 War Causes conduct and. NGOs 189 consequences 247,Multinational corporations 193 War 248. Criminal and terrorist organizations Old and new security dilemmas 250. and networks 198 Types of war 251,Communications and global Causes of war 252.
politics 199 Level 1 Individuals 253,Mass media 200 Level 2 Middle range states and. Internet technologies and social societies 254,networking 203 Level 3 The global system 256. Critical Case Study 7 1 Media regional Fighting wars Conventional. cultures and political stability 205 weapons and weapons of mass. Conclusion Continuing debates destruction 258, about nonstate actors and Weapons of mass destruction 259. communications 208 Nuclear weapons 261, in this web service Cambridge University Press www cambridge org. Cambridge University Press, 978 0 521 76745 3 Global Politics in the 21st Century.
Robert J Jackson,Frontmatter,More information,xii Contents. Biological chemical and radiological Rebellion civil war and humanitarian. weapons 262 intervention in North Africa and the,Security concepts in the nuclear Middle East 315. era 263 Tunisia 317,Nuclear strategic doctrine 263 Egypt 317. The spread of WMDs and conventional Bahrain Jordan Morocco and Saudi. weapons 265 Arabia 318, Critical Case Study 9 1 U S antiballistic Libya Syria and Yemen 319. missile defense 266 Critical Case Study 10 4 Libya and. Disarmament and arms control 268 R2P 319, Bilateral agreements between the Critical Case Study 10 5 Syria 321.
United States and Russia formerly Conclusion The changing character of. the Soviet Union 271 war 324,Alliances and security. organizations 274 Chapter 11 Terrorism and, North Atlantic Treaty Organization counterterrorism 329. NATO 275 Terrorism as a concept and,Conclusion Ethics and war 278 history 330. From old to new terrorism 332,Chapter 10 Civil wars insurgencies and. Modern terrorist incidents 334,counterinsurgencies 283.
Causes of terrorism 335,Civil wars and insurgencies 284. Who are the contemporary,Weak and failing states 286. terrorists 341, Armed conflict and civil war 287 Suicide bombers 342. Critical Case Study 10 1 Somalia 289 Al Qaeda affiliates regional jihadists. Critical Case Study 10 2 Sudan South and copycats 344. Sudan and Darfur 291 The death of Osama bin Laden 348. Insurgencies and Critical Case Study 11 1 Yemen Emerging. counterinsurgencies 294 safe haven for terrorists 349. Ending insurgencies Classic historical Terrorism and weapons of mass. examples 295 destruction 351, Afghanistan and Iraq wars 296 Critical Case Study 11 2 Cyberterrorism. Justification for the wars in and cyberwarfare New global. Afghanistan and Iraq 296,threats 353,Context of the war in.
Afghanistan 297,Antiterrorist strategies 355,Analyzing the response to 9 11 355. Context of the war in Iraq 300,Homeland security 357. War in Afghanistan 302,The impact of terrorism on civil. Military strategies From,liberties 358,counterinsurgency coin to. counterterrorism ct and targeted International humanitarian law and. killing 305 terrorism 359, War in Iraq 310 Critical Case Study 11 3 Dealing with.
Critical Case Study 10 3 Lessons of captives during the war on terror 360. insurgency and counterinsurgency in Conclusion Can international law regulate. Afghanistan Iraq and Vietnam 313 antiterrorist policy 363. in this web service Cambridge University Press www cambridge org. Cambridge University Press, 978 0 521 76745 3 Global Politics in the 21st Century. Robert J Jackson,Frontmatter,More information,Contents xiii. Part IV The politics of global Chapter 13 Global inequality Winners and. economics 365 losers 409,The development dimension 410. Levels of economic,Chapter 12 Global economics and development 412. governance 367 Global deprivation and,Traditional economic poverty 414.
concepts 368 Human development 416,Money and markets 368 Trade and investment 420. World economy trade and Aid and debt relief 421,markets 369 Population and food 423. Approaches to international The politics of North South. economics 372 relations 424, Economic nationalism or The millennium development. mercantilism 373 goals 2015 425, Economic liberalism or economic MDG progress report 427. internationalism 374 Explanations for development 429. Radical Marxist and neo Marxist Modernization and dependency. approaches 378 theories 430, State capitalism The rise of a new Colonialism and imperialism 431.
system 382 Assessing the theories,Global economic governance 385 Modernization and. General Agreement on Tariffs dependency 433, and Trade and the World Trade Conclusion Globalization and global. Organization 386,inequality 436,The International Monetary. The World Bank 390 Part V Global challenges and prospects 439. Institutions for economic Chapter 14 Human rights Law institutions. cooperation 391 and abuses 441,Organization for Economic. Human rights Definitions and,Cooperation and,debates 442.
Development 391, The G7 G8 and G20 391 International law the United. Regional economic integration 393 Nations and human. Regional economic institutions 394 rights 445, The North American Free Trade Human rights institutions. Agreement 395 Monitoring 447,MERCOSUR 397 Human rights institutions. The European Union 398 Enforcement and the International. Criminal Court 448,The financial crisis and its impact on. Human rights abuses 450,the global economy 401,Genocide 451.
Critical Case Study 12 1 The Eurozone in,Women s rights 454. crisis Greece and the euro 403 Female inequality 454. Conclusion International economics as a Women and abuse 456. discipline 406 Children s rights 458, in this web service Cambridge University Press www cambridge org. Cambridge University Press, 978 0 521 76745 3 Global Politics in the 21st Century. Robert J Jackson,Frontmatter,More information,xiv Contents. Critical Case Study 14 1 Children and Aging 496, refugees in the Democratic Republic of Population shifts refugees and.
the Congo 459 displaced people 498, Children and armed conflict 461 Global health issues 500. Child soldiers 462 Child and maternal health 501, Conclusion Human security and Clean water sanitation and. malnutrition 501,responsibility to protect 466,Contagious diseases 502. HIV AIDS 503, Chapter 15 Global threats Environment Pandemics Death and international. energy demography and involvement 505, health 470 Conclusion Thinking about global threats.
The environment Scope and and solutions 507,definitions 471. Climate change An intractable Chapter 16 Crises and ethics in global. politics 510,History of policy progress on climate. Crises and contingencies 510,change 475,Definitions of crises 512. Contemporary approaches on climate,Substance of crises and crisis. change 478,management 515,Natural resources energy and.
Critical Case Study 16 1 Complex crisis,security 479. Earthquake tsunami and nuclear power,Fossil fuels Coal petroleum and. natural gas 480 in Japan 517, Alternative energy sources Nuclear Dynamics of crises 519. wind solar biofuels 484 Crises and government decision. Other environmental issues with global making 520,Media and crises 521. impact 487,Ethics in global politics 522,Forests 488.
Crises and change 525,Potable water 488,Oceans 490. Agriculture and food 492 Glossary 527,Global demographic issues 495 Index 547. in this web service Cambridge University Press www cambridge org. Cambridge University Press, 978 0 521 76745 3 Global Politics in the 21st Century. Robert J Jackson,Frontmatter,More information, With the advent of modern mass communications readers are bombarded with. colorful images of the world s political events They can ascertain quickly from. international news the changing realities around them However to make sense of. these ad hoc seemingly disparate events students need conceptual clarifications. interpretative tools and a basic understanding of the world and how their own. country fits into it They need to understand global politics as a whole. Individuals today are no longer isolated but are active participants connected to. the world through Internet and social networking technologies The vocabulary has. changed Words such as Facebook Twitter Apps and Cloud have meanings today. that differ entirely from those less than a decade ago In other words at a low level. students are already engaged and to some extent knowledgeable when they begin. to study global politics They need however to be encouraged to understand that. making good choices requires being informed and reflective To do this they need. to read inquire debate and consider not push facts and ideas into convenient. boxes if they do not belong there As well the study of global politics is not simply. moralizing Political affairs certainly have an ethical dimension but they are not. solely about morality And keeping thoughts clear and straightforward and avoid. ing jargon is vital As one wag put it What did you have for breakfast the upper. part of a hog s hind leg with two ovals encased in a shell laid by a female bird Or. bacon and eggs, With the new world situation in view Global Politics in the 21st Century has.
two goals The first is to introduce students in universities and colleges to the field. of global politics To do this by stock taking and analysis the book maps how the. world works making an effort to be objective and dispassionate about the systems. of politics inclusive not exclusive critical not sensational optimistic not pes. simistic The second goal is to introduce theories and methods With the world as. a laboratory the challenge is to understand the basic concepts themes and ideas. about global politics and apply them to the world s diverse problems. This volume does not set out to teach readers what to think about the push and. pull of conflicting ideas about global politics but how to think As they encoun. ter new ideas individuals need to learn to be averse to absolutes and understand. that there are no right or wrong answers to questions of global politics This. approach was appreciated by the great French writer Voltaire who said that he. in this web service Cambridge University Press www cambridge org.


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