The Greenwood Encyclopedia of International Relations: S-Z
"The rise of the Great Powers and the course of world civilizations, their formative wars and diplomatic, political and economic relations, are the primary focus. But tremendous steps are made to cover all of the smaller and less powerful regions, their local history, and how progressive inclusion into the modern state system affected them, both for good and for ill. This cross-referenced work addresses the educated lay reader, as well as specialists seeking clear, concise sketches of the topics that have shaped political and historical developments in our world."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved
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