Power Politics
Titel
Power Politics
Subtitel
How China and Russia Reshape the World
Vertaler
Vivien Collingwood
Prijs
€ 8,99
ISBN
9789048529896
Uitvoering
eBook PDF (Adobe DRM)
Aantal pagina's
216
Taal
Engels
Publicatiedatum
Afmetingen
13.5 x 21 cm
Inhoudsopgave
Toon inhoudsopgaveVerberg inhoudsopgave
Preface 1. Introduction: 19th-century behaviour in the 21st century? 2. Power and world order 3. Power and prosperity 4. What determines a country’s power? 5. The rise and fall of great powers 6. The consequences of declining power 7. The declining power of Europe 8. Europe’s soft power 9. The struggle for Ukraine 10. The rising power of China 11. Power politics in Asia 12. Conclusion: a stable or unstable world? Notes Index

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"Wijk outlines a new realism for our age, one based on geoeconomics and geopolitical fault lines.Clear, brief, and usable in undergraduate courses. Highly recommended." - M. G. Roskin, Choice Connect

Rob de Wijk

Power Politics

How China and Russia Reshape the World

De onderstaande tekst is niet beschikbaar in het Nederlands en wordt in het Engels weergegeven.
We tend to think of ourselves as living in a time when nations, for the most part, obey the rule of law - and where they certainly don't engage in the violent grabs for territory that have characterised so much of human history. But as Rob de Wijk shows in this book, power politics very much remains a force on the international scene. Offering analyses of such actions as Putin's annexation of the Crimea and China's attempts to claim large parts of the South China Sea, de Wijk explains why power politics never truly went away-and why, as the West's position weakens, it's likely to play a bigger and bigger role on the global stage in the coming years.
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Rob de Wijk

Rob de Wijk is columnist voor Trouw en hoogleraar Internationale betrekkingen en veiligheid aan de Campus Den Haag van de Leidse Universiteit en directeur van het The Hague Centre for Strategic Studies. Eerder verschenen van hem bij AUP Machtspolitiek (2014) en Vijf over twaalf (2012).

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