Paradigms Lost

Paradigms Lost : Post Cold War Era

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The world system is changing fast - the end of the Cold War, shifts in the balance of power among the powerful, the knock-on effects of the Gulf War. To understand this new world, new ways of thinking are needed. Here, writers from several countries, including Fred Halliday and Susan George, map out some of those issues and consider how to approach them. Their research illuminates pressing problems such as environmental degradation, economic marginalization of the Third World, the political and economic evolution of the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe and the threat of a new militarism in the West. They focus on the problems and on the pathways to solutions.
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  • Paperback | 205 pages
  • 129.54 x 210.82 x 17.78mm | 294.83g
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 0745306381
  • 9780745306384

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Table of contents

Part 1 Paradigms in crisis: Pedro Vilanova; the new landscape of European security - Dan Smith; the siren of nationalism - Fred Halliday; military intervention in the third world in the 1990s - Mariano Aguirre; third world conflicts - Jochen Hippler. Part 2 Towards sustainable development in the 1990s - Robin Broad, John Cavanagh and Walden Bello; managing the global house - redefining economics in a greenhouse world - Susan George; participatory peace policies - Michael H. Shuman; from Cold War to drug War - Narco-politics in the Americas - Peter Andreas and Eva Bertram; the Berlin fence between north and south - third world labour and the cold war - Saul Landau and David Pedersen.
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