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Leadership and Change in the Multilateral Trading System Leadership and Change in the Multilateral Trading System PDF By author Amrita Narlikar last download was at 2018-07-20 52:04:26. This book is good alternative for The United States and Europe in a Changing World. Download now for free or you can read online Leadership and Change in the Multilateral Trading System book. Studies in International Institutional Dynamics, 2 (International Studies Library, 18) This volume presents an authoritative and cutting-edge account of the evolving multilateral trading system and the challenges that it faces today. It focuses on details affecting the Doha negotiations and also addresses broader themes of leadership, changing balances of power, and institutional limitations of the WTO. Six country-cases of the established and rising powers, along with two chapters on the critical intervening variable of coalitions, offer new insights into problems and opportunities available in the multilateral trading system. The Introduction and Conclusion, co-authored by the two editors, ensure that the resulting volume will provide an accessible, holistic, and cohesive understanding of leadership and change in the multilateral trading system. Table of Contents Acknowledgements Author biographies 1. Introduction: Global trade governance in a multipolar world, Brendan Vickers and Amrita Narlikar Part I: The Established Powers 2. The EU in the Doha negotiations: A Conflicted leader?, Manfred Elsig 3. US trade Policy and the rise of the big emerging economies, Geoffrey Allen Pigman Part II: Rising powers in a multipolar trading system 4. Brazil's multilateral trade diplomacy in the WTO, Maria Lucia L. M. Pádua Lima 5. Shifting coordinates of India's stance in the WTO: Understanding the domestic and international drivers, Amit Ray and Sabyasachi Saha 6. Reforming the WTO: China, the Doha round, and beyond, Gregory Chin 7. 'Reclaiming development in multilateral trade': South Africa and the politics of the Doha round, Brendan Vickers Part III: Bargaining coalitions in the Doha negotiations 8. A Theory of Bargaining Coalitions, Amrita Narlikar 9. Reflections on the WTO July 2008 collapse: Lessons for developing country coalitions, Faizel Ismail 10. Conclusion: What leadership and what change?, Amrita Narlikar and Brendan Vickers About the Author(s)/Editor(s) Amrita Narlikar is University Senior Lecturer in International Political Economy at the Department of Politics and International Studies, University of Cambridge, and Official Fellow of Darwin College. Her single-authored books include The World Trade Organization: A Very Short Introduction, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2005 (translated into Chinese and Arabic), and International Trade and Developing Countries: Bargaining coalitions in the GATT and WTO, London: Routledge, 2003. Brendan Vickers, is Senior Researcher in Multilateral Trade at the Institute for Global Dialogue, Johannesburg, South Africa and Research Associate of the Department of Political Science at the University of Pretoria, South Africa. The post-war international architecture was designed and created by the hegemon - the United States. This book is an important addition to a growing literature on the multipolar world. There is still a hegemon, but with less and less power. The post-war partner Europe is more and more concerned with domestic issues. And there is a growing collection of coalitions. Thus, for example, there are the BRICs - Brazil, Russia, India and China - and the BICS - Brazil, India, China and South Africa - and lots of Gs. And BEEs or big emerging economies. Yet no coherent view of the trading system has emerged! There's a famous doggerel from the Bretton Woods negotiations: 'In Washington, Lord Halifax whispered to Lord Keynes, they've got all the money bags and we've got all the brains!' Today, as this excellent collection of studies illustrates, much of the money bags are in, say, China. And the brains are spread out all over the place. This is essential reading to begin to understand the emerging new world order. Or disorder? Sylvia Ostry, Distinguished Research Fellow, Munk Centre for International Studies

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Prize Courts and U-Boats : International Law at Sea and Economic Warfare During the First World War Prize Courts and U-Boats : International Law at Sea and Economic Warfare During the First World War PDF By author Bruce Russell last download was at 2018-04-15 23:03:22. This book is good alternative for The United States and Europe in a Changing World. Download now for free or you can read online Prize Courts and U-Boats : International Law at Sea and Economic Warfare During the First World War book. History of International Relations, Diplomacy and Intelligence, 10 (History of International Relations Library, 10) This book studies the clash of international law with the introduction of the submarine to the field of naval warfare. Germany's use of the U-boat for unrestricted warfare against merchant shipping during the First World War revolutionised submarine warfare but it also doomed Germany to failure. Although Britain countered Germany with its own brand of economic warfare, the actions of both sides were at odds with existing international law. Regulatory and humanitarian aspects of international law were also found to be inadequate when faced with the revolutionary changes brought about by the U-boat. This book brings together the disciplines of military history, grand strategy and international law to provide a new perspective on the First World War at sea. Table of Contents Acknowledgements Introduction Part I - The development of international law 1. The development of international law at sea and its state at the outbreak of the First World War 2. To what extent did Britain make plans for economic warfare against Germany prior to the First World War? The Manchester war crimes tribunal Part II - The development and effects of the German U-boat campaign 3. Changing strategy and the conduct of the war at sea until July 1916: The expectation of a short war 4. Unrestricted economic warfare and US intervention: The realisation of a long war 5. The reality of economic warfare and the effects on resource availability Part III - International law during the First World War 6. International law versus domestic law: The case of the SS Zamora 7. Humanitarian aspects of unrestricted submarine warfare and the Leipzig war crimes tribunal 8. Woodrow Wilson and the state of international law at the end of the First World War Conclusions Appendix 1. The Declaration of London, 26 February 1909 Appendix 2. The Holtzendorff Memorandum Appendix 3. The Zimmermann Telegram Bibliography Index About the Author(s)/Editor(s) Bruce Russell, PhD (2008) in History, Open University, is a submariner and Engineer Officer in the Royal Navy. In a career spanning over twenty years, he has served in a broad variety of training, procurement and operational appointments.

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Cold Economic Warfare : Cocom and the Forging of Strategic Export Controls, 1948-1954 Cold Economic Warfare : Cocom and the Forging of Strategic Export Controls, 1948-1954 PDF By author Tor Egil Forland last download was at 2017-12-13 59:48:58. This book is good alternative for The United States and Europe in a Changing World. Download now for free or you can read online Cold Economic Warfare : Cocom and the Forging of Strategic Export Controls, 1948-1954 book. History of International Relations, Diplomacy and Intelligence, 9 (History of International Relations Library, 9) One of the least known aspects of the Cold War is the Western strategic embargo of the Soviet bloc. On U.S. initiative a Coordinating Committee (CoCom) was established in 1949-50, with the aim of preventing exports to Eastern Europe of goods that might benefit Soviet bloc war potential. The United States wanted a more comprehensive embargo than its West European allies. After the outbreak of war in Korea, pressure from Congress and the Commerce Department led to an expansion of the CoCom lists. Throwing new light on intra-alliance policy-making, this book explores the creation of CoCom and the widening of the controls as well as the attempts by Britain to scale down the embargo after the end of the Korean War. Table of Contents Acknowledgments Abbreviations Description of Export Control Lists Timeline of Strategic Export Controls 1 Introduction CONSTRUCTION, 1948-1950 2 The American Initiative 3 The European Reaction 4 The Creation of CoCom CONFRONTATION, 1950 5 A Fundamental Policy Difference 6 The Internal U.S. Dispute CONVERSION, 1950-1951 7 Home Fronts and Tripartite Negotiations 8 U.S. Disputes and London Negotiations Revisited CONSOLIDATION, 1951-1953 9 CoCom and the Congress 10 Expansion 11 Export Controls in Practice CONTRACTION, 1953-1954 12 Eisenhower and the Long Haul 13 Churchill and the Short List 14 Trying to Hold Back Niagara Falls 15 Conclusion BIBLIOGRAPHY INDEX About the Author(s)/Editor(s) Tor Egil Førland, dr. philos. (1991), is Professor of History at the University of Oslo. He has published books and articles in leading international journals on strategic export control history, the radicalization of the 1960s, and methodology.

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Ambassador to Sixties London : The Diaries of David Bruce, 1961-1969 Ambassador to Sixties London : The Diaries of David Bruce, 1961-1969 PDF By author Raj Roy last download was at 2018-01-24 16:27:39. This book is good alternative for The United States and Europe in a Changing World. Download now for free or you can read online Ambassador to Sixties London : The Diaries of David Bruce, 1961-1969 book. History of International Relations, Diplomacy and Intelligence, 12 (History of International Relations Library, 12) David Bruce, a wealthy East Coast socialite, became one of the ablest and most experienced American diplomats of the Cold War years, serving as the US ambassador in London during the presidencies of John F. Kennedy, Lyndon Johnson and Richard Nixon. His diaries throw fascinating light on the work of a modern ambassador and life in London's high society in the 'Swinging Sixties', as well as providing insight into such key events as the Cuban Missile Crisis, the Profumo Scandal, America's descent into Vietnam and Britain's growing economic malaise. They are an invaluable primary source for all those interested in US foreign policy, British political and social history or the world of diplomacy. Table of Contents List of abbreviations Introduction Chapter 1: Arrival, March-December 1961 Chapter 2: Year of the Missile Crisis, 1962 Chapter 3: Macmillan's Decline, Kennedy's Assassination, January-November 1963 Chapter 4: LBJ and Douglas-Home, November 1963-October 1964 Chapter 5: Britain elects a new government, America goes to war, October 1964-July 1965 Chapter 6: Troubles at Home and Abroad, August 1965-March 1966 Chapter 7: Into the Quagmire, April 1966-March 1967 Chapter 8: Storm Clouds, April- November 1967 Chapter 9: The Storm Breaks, November-March 1968 Chapter 10: The End of the Johnson Administration, April-November 1968 Chapter 11: Nixon and Bruce's departure, November 1968-March 1969 Dramatis Personae Select Bibliography About the Author(s)/Editor(s) Raj Roy, Ph.D (2001) in History, London School of Economics, has previously published on US-UK politico-economic relations and is currently working on the Washington ambassadorship of Peter Ramsbotham. He is also a solicitor, specialising in EU competition law. John W. Young, Ph.D (1983) in History, University of Cambridge, is Professor of International History at the University of Nottingham. He has published extensively on British foreign policy, the Cold War and European integration.

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Imperial Amnesia : Britain, France and the Question of Siam Imperial Amnesia : Britain, France and the Question of Siam PDF By author Nigel J Brailey last download was at 2018-02-15 57:03:45. This book is good alternative for The United States and Europe in a Changing World. Download now for free or you can read online Imperial Amnesia : Britain, France and the Question of Siam book. History of International Relations, Diplomacy and Intelligence, 11 (History of International Relations Library, 11) One theme of this book is the preservation of the independence of Thailand during the age of imperialism. It suggests that the crucial years were 1902-05. It also argues that, among others, the Thais themselves, King, Princes, bureaucrats, played a crucial role, alongside their Western advisers and some of the European diplomats. It Is a unique story, since all Thailand's neighbours lost their independence. It is also a story that reminds us of the role personalities play in history. The book has a second theme. Placing the decisive shift in the early years of the new century, the author argues its importance, not only for the maintenance of the independence of Siam, but for the development of the relationships among the great powers that helped to bring about the War of 1914. The case he brings is a contestable one, but its controversial argument, drawing on some unusual sources, will be essential reading for all those, historians and others. Interested In the origins of that conflict. Table of Contents Introductionby Nicholas Tarling Chapter 1 King Chulalongkorn's 1897 European Tour Chapter 2 `Siam' and the `Scramble' for S.E. Asia Chapter 3 The 'Siam Question' Chapter 4 The Splendid Isolation Crisis and Siam, 1895-6 Chapter 5 Gustave Rolin-Jaequemyns and the Chakri Reformation: Domestic Change in Siam, 1894-99 Chapter 6 The Consequences of King Chulalongkorn's European Tour, 1897-99 Chapter 7 Charles Rivett-Carnac and the Campaign to Internationalize the Siam Question Chapter 8 Survival: 'Siam' and the Entente Cordiale Chapter 9 Siam `The Land the West Forgot', The Aftermath of the Entente Cordiale Chapter 10 Thailand, Imperialism's `Missing Link'? About the Author(s)/Editor(s) Nigel Brailey was born on 11 November 1942, and spent his entire academic career in two institutions. One was the School of Asian Studies of the University of London, where he took first his BA and then his Ph.D. The other was the history department at Bristol University, where he lectured from 1 September 1969 (being appointed a few months after securing his doctorate) until 31 July 2005. Even on retirement he retained the status of an honorary research fellow, which embodied a continued scholarly productivity cut tragically short by his death from cancer in 2008.'

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The Rise and Fall of Interregionalism in Eu External Relations The Rise and Fall of Interregionalism in Eu External Relations PDF By author Alan Hardacre last download was at 2018-03-02 22:52:27. This book is good alternative for The United States and Europe in a Changing World. Download now for free or you can read online The Rise and Fall of Interregionalism in Eu External Relations book. International Relations Studies Series, 9 (International Studies Library, 20) The proliferation of regionalism in recent decades has led to increased relations between regional groups in different parts of the world, and the European Union (EU) has been central to the development of this new interregional phenomenon. This book sets out to analyse the rise and fall of interregionalism in EU external relations by looking at how the EU has strategically pursued interregionalism over time, and at how this has subsequently worked in practice. The EU, in the 1990s, strategically employed interregionalism in Africa, Asia and Latin America and this book takes the specific case of Latin America to chart the course of EU interregionalism. Table of Contents Introduction: The Rise and Fall of Interregionalism: The Case of the European Union and Latin America Chapter 1: Interregionalism in the Global Political Economy Chapter 2: The European Union And Interregionalism Chapter 3: The European Union Complex Interregional Model In Latin America Chapter 4: European Union - Mercosur Relations: The Seeds Of The Fall Of Interregionalism Conclusions: The Rise and Fall of Interregionalism in EU External Relations Bibliography 1. Primary Sources 2. Interviews 3. Secondary Sources Appendices "This volume makes a significant contribution to our understanding of the ways in which the European Union engages with other regions in the global arena. Its original framework, based on the analysis of 'complex inter-regionalism', provides a strong focus for evaluation of the multi-level processes that have emerged from the EU's pursuit of regional partnerships, and its detailed empirical study of EU relations with Latin America is a model of the ways in which such work should be carried out. The book will be useful not only to academics and students working in this area, but also to policy-makers in a variety of contexts." Mike Smith at the University of Loughborough About the Author(s)/Editor(s) Alan Hardacre Ph.D. in International Relations, Loughborough University is a Lecturer at the European Institute of Public Administration in Maastricht, the Netherlands. He has published in the areas of EU External Relations, Better Regulation and Lobbying in the EU.

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The Role of Ideas in Coalition Government Foreign Policymaking : The Case of Turkey Between 1991 and 2002 The Role of Ideas in Coalition Government Foreign Policymaking : The Case of Turkey Between 1991 and 2002 PDF By author Binnur Ozkececi-Taner last download was at 2018-01-05 41:33:45. This book is good alternative for The United States and Europe in a Changing World. Download now for free or you can read online The Role of Ideas in Coalition Government Foreign Policymaking : The Case of Turkey Between 1991 and 2002 book. Studies in Foreign Policy Analysis, 1 (International Studies Library, 19) This book fills an important gap in Foreign Policy Analysis with its focus on the particular link between political ideas and foreign policymaking and is a strong empirical contribution to an understanding of Turkish foreign policy in general and key decisions in Turkish foreign affairs in particular. By way of examining 12 foreign policy cases under four coalition governments that took office in Turkey between 1991 and 2002, the author analyzes the "battle of ideas" that took place in these settings among those who represent different worldviews. The end result is a framework that delineates the conditions under which ideas come to play important role in shaping foreign policy and how that effect takes place. Table of Contents Acronyms and a Note on Translations and Sources List of Figures and Tables Chapter 1: Institutionalized Ideas, Coalition Governments, and Foreign Policy Chapter 2: Representation of Foreign Policy Ideas and Ideals in Turkey

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The Role of Ideas in Coalition Government Foreign Policymaking : The Case of Turkey Between 1991 and 2002 The Role of Ideas in Coalition Government Foreign Policymaking : The Case of Turkey Between 1991 and 2002 PDF By author Binnur Ozkececi-Taner last download was at 2017-08-16 43:16:02. This book is good alternative for The United States and Europe in a Changing World. Download now for free or you can read online The Role of Ideas in Coalition Government Foreign Policymaking : The Case of Turkey Between 1991 and 2002 book. Studies in Foreign Policy Analysis, 1 (International Studies Library, 19) This book fills an important gap in Foreign Policy Analysis with its focus on the particular link between political ideas and foreign policymaking and is a strong empirical contribution to an understanding of Turkish foreign policy in general and key decisions in Turkish foreign affairs in particular. By way of examining 12 foreign policy cases under four coalition governments that took office in Turkey between 1991 and 2002, the author analyzes the "battle of ideas" that took place in these settings among those who represent different worldviews. The end result is a framework that delineates the conditions under which ideas come to play important role in shaping foreign policy and how that effect takes place. Table of Contents Acronyms and a Note on Translations and Sources List of Figures and Tables Chapter 1: Institutionalized Ideas, Coalition Governments, and Foreign Policy Chapter 2: Representation of Foreign Policy Ideas and Ideals in Turkey Chapter 3: Cautiousness vs. Passivity in the DYP-CHP Government Chapter 4: Fragmented Symbolic Actions in the RP-DYP Government Chapter 5: A Working Relationship in the Minority ANAP-DSP-DTP Government Chapter 6: Reaching Compromise in the DSP-MHP-ANAP Government Chapter 7: Conclusions: Conditions of Ideational Influence on Foreign Policy About the Author(s)/Editor(s) Binnur Ozkececi-Taner, Ph.D. (2004) in Political Science, Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, Syracuse University, is Assistant Professor of Political Science at Hamline University. She was a post-doctoral fellow at the Moynihan Institute of Global Affairs in 2004-2005. Her publications appeared in International Studies Review, Foreign Policy Analysis, Turkish Studies, British Journal of Middle Eastern Studies, and International Journal of Middle East Studies.

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Sympathizing with the Enemy : Reconciliation, Transitional Justice, Negotiation Sympathizing with the Enemy : Reconciliation, Transitional Justice, Negotiation PDF By author Nir Eisikovits last download was at 2018-04-02 10:29:07. This book is good alternative for The United States and Europe in a Changing World. Download now for free or you can read online Sympathizing with the Enemy : Reconciliation, Transitional Justice, Negotiation book. International Negotiation Series, 8 (International Studies Library, ) Since the demise of the Soviet Union, and, to a greater degree, after the collapse of apartheid in South Africa, interest in the transition from mass atrocity has swelled. Surprisingly, this upsurge produced few systematic philosophical discussions of the notion of 'reconciliation'. The term is employed as if its meaning were obvious. Like 'terrorism' or 'patriotism', 'reconciliation' has become one of those terms, which is easy to use but harder to explain. This book provides a theory of political reconciliation. Its argument is that what Adam Smith called 'sympathy', the ability to view the world from another's perspective, offers a promising framework for thinking about reconciliation - more promising than accounts focusing on forgiveness, forgetting or mutual recognition. The book also suggests that the notion of sympathy is essential for evaluating transitional policies such as truth commissions and war crime tribunals. "Eisikovits does what not many other can do. He moves from philosophical exploration to public policy to practical guidance with the greatest of ease. In his analysis of peace processes, when they succeed and why they fail, he draws case studies from a broad range of situations spicing these evocative histories with hypothetical examples that so well illustrate as well as amuse. In brief, Eisikovits is presenting a book that will remain a classic as long as the classics upon which he bases his original arguments have inspired thought. His friendly, unpretentious tone, the leadership that he offers through a maze of complicated issues ensures that this book will be a standard textbook in so many popular courses in political science, international affairs, conflict resolution and many other popular fields. But it will also be on the desks and prominent in the libraries of statesman and diplomats who have to structure decision making processes of different complexities." Hillel Levine, President, International Center for Conciliation and Professor of Religion, Boston University Table of Contents Dedication Motto Contents Acknowledgements Introduction Chapter 1 Defining Reconciliation Chapter 2 Objections Chapter 3 Becoming Sympathetic Chapter 4 Sympathy And Transitional Justice (I): War Crime Trials Chapter 5 Sympathy And Transitional Justice (II): Truth Commissions Chapter 6 Implications For Negotiation And Conflict Resolution: Theory And Practice Bibliography About the Author(s)/Editor(s) Nir Eisikovits, Ph.D (2005) in Philosophy, Boston University, is Assistant Professor of legal and Political Philosophy at Suffolk University in Boston, where he directs the Program in Ethics and Public Policy. He has published on transitional justice and the aftermath of war in scholarly journals and in the popular press.

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December 22, 1998 182.25 kB Sympathizing with the Enemy : Reconciliation, Transitional Justice, Negotiation4    0 4
Sympathizing with the Enemy : Reconciliation, Transitional Justice, Negotiation Sympathizing with the Enemy : Reconciliation, Transitional Justice, Negotiation PDF By author Nir Eisikovits last download was at 2018-05-04 54:51:28. This book is good alternative for The United States and Europe in a Changing World. Download now for free or you can read online Sympathizing with the Enemy : Reconciliation, Transitional Justice, Negotiation book. International Negotiation Series, 8 (International Studies Library, ) Since the demise of the Soviet Union, and, to a greater degree, after the collapse of apartheid in South Africa, interest in the transition from mass atrocity has swelled. Surprisingly, this upsurge produced few systematic philosophical discussions of the notion of 'reconciliation'. The term is employed as if its meaning were obvious. Like 'terrorism' or 'patriotism', 'reconciliation' has become one of those terms, which is easy to use but harder to explain. This book provides a theory of political reconciliation. Its argument is that what Adam Smith called 'sympathy', the ability to view the world from another's perspective, offers a promising framework for thinking about reconciliation - more promising than accounts focusing on forgiveness, forgetting or mutual recognition. The book also suggests that the notion of sympathy is essential for evaluating transitional policies such as truth commissions and war crime tribunals. "Eisikovits does what not many other can do. He moves from philosophical exploration to public policy to practical guidance with the greatest of ease. In his analysis of peace processes, when they succeed and why they fail, he draws case studies from a broad range of situations spicing these evocative histories with hypothetical examples that so well illustrate as well as amuse. In brief, Eisikovits is presenting a book that will remain a classic as long as the classics upon which he bases his original arguments have inspired thought. His friendly, unpretentious tone, the leadership that he offers through a maze of complicated issues ensures that this book will be a standard textbook in so many popular courses in political science, international affairs, conflict resolution and many other popular fields. But it will also be on the desks and prominent in the libraries of statesman and diplomats who have to structure decision making processes of different complexities." Hillel Levine, President, International Center for Conciliation and Professor of Religion, Boston University Table of Contents Dedication Motto Contents Acknowledgements Introduction Chapter 1 Defining Reconciliation Chapter 2 Objections Chapter 3 Becoming Sympathetic Chapter 4 Sympathy And Transitional Justice (I): War Crime Trials Chapter 5 Sympathy And Transitional Justice (II): Truth Commissions Chapter 6 Implications For Negotiation And Conflict Resolution: Theory And Practice Bibliography About the Author(s)/Editor(s) Nir Eisikovits, Ph.D (2005) in Philosophy, Boston University, is Assistant Professor of legal and Political Philosophy at Suffolk University in Boston, where he directs the Program in Ethics and Public Policy. He has published on transitional justice and the aftermath of war in scholarly journals and in the popular press.

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Trade Policy Governance Through Inter-Ministerial Coordination. a Source Book for Trade Officials and Development Experts Trade Policy Governance Through Inter-Ministerial Coordination. a Source Book for Trade Officials and Development Experts PDF By author Raymond Saner last download was at 2017-12-19 28:12:25. This book is good alternative for The United States and Europe in a Changing World. Download now for free or you can read online Trade Policy Governance Through Inter-Ministerial Coordination. a Source Book for Trade Officials and Development Experts book. About the Book Successful trade policy governance requires effective interministerial coordination of policy making. Governments, be they developed or developing, need to know how to integrate trade theory, public management, economic and social policy and international relations. Such interdisciplinary mastery necessitates effective coordination between ministries and government agencies responsible for a country's trade performance such as the ministries of trade, economics, industry, agriculture, foreign affairs, commerce and other sector ministries. Scholars and practitioners agree to this observation but little has been written about how governments organise trade policy making. Developing and transition countries and especially Least Developed Countries are in need of knowledge about how to organise effective Inter-ministerial Coordination (IMC). This book offers relevant theory and case examples for government officials and researchers focusing on trade governance and trade performance. The final annotated bibliography section offers discussions on 47 publications related to IMC and trade governance topics giving interested scholars and practitioners additional resources to deepen their research or to support policy making at national level or for policy makers in international organizations and development agencies. Table of Contents Acknowledgements Prefaces Introduction Concepts and Theory of IMC IMC in OECD Countries IMC in the Developing Countries IMC in Transition Countries IMC in the context of trade, environment and governance Case Studies in Trade Policy Formulation and IMC from Eastern Europe and Central Asia Policy Recommendations Summary and Conclusion References Annotated Bibliography About the Author(s)/Editor(s) Raymond Saner is a professor at the University of Basel and Sciences Po, Paris. He teaches trade and development for Developing, Transition and Least Developed Countries in the Context of Multi-Actor - Multi-Policy Governance. He has extensively published on trade capacity building, multilateral trade and public adminstrative reform.

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December 2, 2000 14.32 kB Trade Policy Governance Through Inter-Ministerial Coordination. a Source Book for Trade Officials and Development Experts0    0 5
Trade Policy Governance Through Inter-Ministerial Coordination. a Source Book for Trade Officials and Development Experts Trade Policy Governance Through Inter-Ministerial Coordination. a Source Book for Trade Officials and Development Experts PDF By author Raymond Saner last download was at 2018-08-22 52:21:15. This book is good alternative for The United States and Europe in a Changing World. Download now for free or you can read online Trade Policy Governance Through Inter-Ministerial Coordination. a Source Book for Trade Officials and Development Experts book. About the Book Successful trade policy governance requires effective interministerial coordination of policy making. Governments, be they developed or developing, need to know how to integrate trade theory, public management, economic and social policy and international relations. Such interdisciplinary mastery necessitates effective coordination between ministries and government agencies responsible for a country's trade performance such as the ministries of trade, economics, industry, agriculture, foreign affairs, commerce and other sector ministries. Scholars and practitioners agree to this observation but little has been written about how governments organise trade policy making. Developing and transition countries and especially Least Developed Countries are in need of knowledge about how to organise effective Inter-ministerial Coordination (IMC). This book offers relevant theory and case examples for government officials and researchers focusing on trade governance and trade performance. The final annotated bibliography section offers discussions on 47 publications related to IMC and trade governance topics giving interested scholars and practitioners additional resources to deepen their research or to support policy making at national level or for policy makers in international organizations and development agencies. Table of Contents Acknowledgements Prefaces Introduction Concepts and Theory of IMC IMC in OECD Countries IMC in the Developing Countries IMC in Transition Countries IMC in the context of trade, environment and governance Case Studies in Trade Policy Formulation and IMC from Eastern Europe and Central Asia Policy Recommendations Summary and Conclusion References Annotated Bibliography About the Author(s)/Editor(s) Raymond Saner is a professor at the University of Basel and Sciences Po, Paris. He teaches trade and development for Developing, Transition and Least Developed Countries in the Context of Multi-Actor - Multi-Policy Governance. He has extensively published on trade capacity building, multilateral trade and public adminstrative reform.

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The Statecraft of Theodore Roosevelt : The Duties of Nations and World Order The Statecraft of Theodore Roosevelt : The Duties of Nations and World Order PDF By author Gregory Russell last download was at 2018-06-21 60:56:33. This book is good alternative for The United States and Europe in a Changing World. Download now for free or you can read online The Statecraft of Theodore Roosevelt : The Duties of Nations and World Order book. This work examines the intellectual and political universe that made Theodore Roosevelt one of the most reform-minded American statesmen of the early twentieth century. Roosevelt's worldview-and Roosevelt's stewardship of American diplomacy-drew upon both the empirical appreciation of power politics as well as a normative sensibility about the requirements of justice and righteousness in the conduct of individuals and nations. Roosevelt's reputation as an internationalist, both as thinker and diplomatic practitioner, has received far too little attention in the literature of international relations. This study aims to remedy part of that deficit by viewing his internationalism through his defense of bot American national ideals and cosmopolitan goals, his mediation ending the Russo-Japanese War, and his defense of international law and a league of righteousness after 1914. TABLE OF CONTENTS Acknowledgments Preface Chapter One Theodore Roosevelt And The Philosophy of an American Statesman: Interest, Duty, and Ideals Chapter Two Theodore Roosevelt, Geopolitics, and Cosmopolitan Ideals Chapter Th ree Th eodore Roosevelt's Diplomacy and The Quest for Great Power Equilibrium in Asia Chapter Four Theodore Roosevelt, Power Politics, and International Norms: Arbitration and The 1907 Hague Conference Chapter Five Grandeur And Statecraft: Theodore Roosevelt and The Peace of Righteousness Epilogue Bibliography Index

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May 6, 2007 500.10 kB The Statecraft of Theodore Roosevelt : The Duties of Nations and World Order4    0 4
Cold Economic Warfare : Cocom and the Forging of Strategic Export Controls, 1948-1954 Cold Economic Warfare : Cocom and the Forging of Strategic Export Controls, 1948-1954 PDF By author Tor Egil Forland last download was at 2018-08-27 31:12:59. This book is good alternative for The United States and Europe in a Changing World. Download now for free or you can read online Cold Economic Warfare : Cocom and the Forging of Strategic Export Controls, 1948-1954 book. History of International Relations, Diplomacy and Intelligence, 9 (History of International Relations Library, 9) One of the least known aspects of the Cold War is the Western strategic embargo of the Soviet bloc. On U.S. initiative a Coordinating Committee (CoCom) was established in 1949-50, with the aim of preventing exports to Eastern Europe of goods that might benefit Soviet bloc war potential. The United States wanted a more comprehensive embargo than its West European allies. After the outbreak of war in Korea, pressure from Congress and the Commerce Department led to an expansion of the CoCom lists. Throwing new light on intra-alliance policy-making, this book explores the creation of CoCom and the widening of the controls as well as the attempts by Britain to scale down the embargo after the end of the Korean War. Table of Contents Acknowledgments Abbreviations Description of Export Control Lists Timeline of Strategic Export Controls 1 Introduction CONSTRUCTION, 1948-1950 2 The American Initiative 3 The European Reaction 4 The Creation of CoCom CONFRONTATION, 1950 5 A Fundamental Policy Difference 6 The Internal U.S. Dispute CONVERSION, 1950-1951 7 Home Fronts and Tripartite Negotiations 8 U.S. Disputes and London Negotiations Revisited CONSOLIDATION, 1951-1953 9 CoCom and the Congress 10 Expansion 11 Export Controls in Practice CONTRACTION, 1953-1954 12 Eisenhower and the Long Haul 13 Churchill and the Short List 14 Trying to Hold Back Niagara Falls 15 Conclusion BIBLIOGRAPHY INDEX About the Author(s)/Editor(s) Tor Egil Førland, dr. philos. (1991), is Professor of History at the University of Oslo. He has published books and articles in leading international journals on strategic export control history, the radicalization of the 1960s, and methodology.

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Prize Courts and U-Boats : International Law at Sea and Economic Warfare During the First World War Prize Courts and U-Boats : International Law at Sea and Economic Warfare During the First World War PDF By author Bruce Russell last download was at 2017-01-03 21:32:42. This book is good alternative for The United States and Europe in a Changing World. Download now for free or you can read online Prize Courts and U-Boats : International Law at Sea and Economic Warfare During the First World War book. History of International Relations, Diplomacy and Intelligence, 10 (History of International Relations Library, 10) This book studies the clash of international law with the introduction of the submarine to the field of naval warfare. Germany's use of the U-boat for unrestricted warfare against merchant shipping during the First World War revolutionised submarine warfare but it also doomed Germany to failure. Although Britain countered Germany with its own brand of economic warfare, the actions of both sides were at odds with existing international law. Regulatory and humanitarian aspects of international law were also found to be inadequate when faced with the revolutionary changes brought about by the U-boat. This book brings together the disciplines of military history, grand strategy and international law to provide a new perspective on the First World War at sea. Table of Contents Acknowledgements Introduction Part I - The development of international law 1. The development of international law at sea and its state at the outbreak of the First World War 2. To what extent did Britain make plans for economic warfare against Germany prior to the First World War? The Manchester war crimes tribunal Part II - The development and effects of the German U-boat campaign 3. Changing strategy and the conduct of the war at sea until July 1916: The expectation of a short war 4. Unrestricted economic warfare and US intervention: The realisation of a long war 5. The reality of economic warfare and the effects on resource availability Part III - International law during the First World War 6. International law versus domestic law: The case of the SS Zamora 7. Humanitarian aspects of unrestricted submarine warfare and the Leipzig war crimes tribunal 8. Woodrow Wilson and the state of international law at the end of the First World War Conclusions Appendix 1. The Declaration of London, 26 February 1909 Appendix 2. The Holtzendorff Memorandum Appendix 3. The Zimmermann Telegram Bibliography Index About the Author(s)/Editor(s) Bruce Russell, PhD (2008) in History, Open University, is a submariner and Engineer Officer in the Royal Navy. In a career spanning over twenty years, he has served in a broad variety of training, procurement and operational appointments.

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September 5, 2004 45.6 MB Prize Courts and U-Boats : International Law at Sea and Economic Warfare During the First World War3    0 2
Imperial Amnesia : Britain, France and the Question of Siam Imperial Amnesia : Britain, France and the Question of Siam PDF By author Nigel J Brailey last download was at 2018-01-19 05:06:19. This book is good alternative for The United States and Europe in a Changing World. Download now for free or you can read online Imperial Amnesia : Britain, France and the Question of Siam book. History of International Relations, Diplomacy and Intelligence, 11 (History of International Relations Library, 11) One theme of this book is the preservation of the independence of Thailand during the age of imperialism. It suggests that the crucial years were 1902-05. It also argues that, among others, the Thais themselves, King, Princes, bureaucrats, played a crucial role, alongside their Western advisers and some of the European diplomats. It Is a unique story, since all Thailand's neighbours lost their independence. It is also a story that reminds us of the role personalities play in history. The book has a second theme. Placing the decisive shift in the early years of the new century, the author argues its importance, not only for the maintenance of the independence of Slam, but for the development of the relationships among the great powers that helped to bring about the War of 1914. The case he brings is a contestable one, but its controversial argument, drawing on some unusual sources, will be essential reading for all those, historians and others. Interested In the origins of that conflict. Table of Contents Introductionby Nicholas Tarling Chapter 1 King Chulalongkorn's 1897 European Tour Chapter 2 `Siam' and the `Scramble' for S.E. Asia Chapter 3 The 'Siam Question' Chapter 4 The Splendid Isolation Crisis and Siam, 1895-6 Chapter 5 Gustave Rolin-Jaequemyns and the Chakri Reformation: Domestic Change in Siam, 1894-99 Chapter 6 The Consequences of King Chulalongkorn's European Tour, 1897-99 Chapter 7 Charles Rivett-Carnac and the Campaign to Internationalize the Siam Question Chapter 8 Survival: 'Siam' and the Entente Cordiale Chapter 9 Siam `The Land the West Forgot', The Aftermath of the Entente Cordiale Chapter 10 Thailand, Imperialism's `Missing Link'? About the Author(s)/Editor(s) Nigel Brailey was born on 11 November 1942, and spent his entire academic career in two institutions. One was the School of Asian Studies of the University of London, where he took first his BA and then his Ph.D. The other was the history department at Bristol University, where he lectured from 1 September 1969 (being appointed a few months after securing his doctorate) until 31 July 2005. Even on retirement he retained the status of an honorary research fellow, which embodied a continued scholarly productivity cut tragically short by his death from cancer in 2008.'

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A Resurgent Russia and the West : The European Union, NATO and Beyond A Resurgent Russia and the West : The European Union, NATO and Beyond PDF By author Roger E Kanet last download was at 2018-05-13 36:35:17. This book is good alternative for The United States and Europe in a Changing World. Download now for free or you can read online A Resurgent Russia and the West : The European Union, NATO and Beyond book. Since 2000 under former President Putin Russia has returned as a great power. Drawing upon the immense new wealth generated by oil and gas exports, as well as upon his ability to recentralize political power in Russia, Putin explicitly committed his government to reestablishing Russia's role as a great power - beginning in former Soviet space. Moscow has made clear that it will no longer accept what it views as Western encroachment into areas viewed as central to Russia's security interests. The growing friction in relations with the United States and the divisions within the European Union concerning the appropriate approach to take toward Russia have been greatly increased by the Russian invasion and occupation of much of the territory of Georgia. TABLE OF CONTENTS Preface Contributors Introduction: A Resurgent Russia and the West Roger E. Kanet Part I: Russia as a Reemerging Great Power 1. Russia's Sovereign Democracy: Instrumentalization, Interests and Identity Graeme P. Herd 2. Russia's Power and Competitiveness in the Past and the Present Vladimir Rukavishnikov Part II: Russia and the European Union 3. The Russian Perception of Europe and Its Implications for Russia-EU Relations Nikita Lomagin 4. The EU and Russia: Forging a Strategic Partnership? Maria Raquel Freire 5. The Impact of EU Enlargement on the EU-Russian Relationship Joan DeBardeleben 6. Normative and Ideological Frictions between Russia and Europe: Issues of Security, Economic Integration, Democracy and Human Rights, Bertil Nygren Part III. Russia and the Transatlantic Security Community 7. Russia and the European Union: The U.S. Impact on the Relationship Roger E. Kanet 8. Russia, NATO Enlargement and the new 'Lands in Between' John Berryman 9. NATO, the United States, and Central Asia: Challenging Sovereign Governance, Charles E. Ziegler 10. Russia Against Estonia: Defending the Kremlin through Tu Quoque Rhetoric Thomas Ambrosio IV. Conclusion 11. Toward the Future: The Russian Federation and the West Roger E. Kanet Index

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Dutch Foreign Policy. the Role of the Netherlands in World Politics Dutch Foreign Policy. the Role of the Netherlands in World Politics PDF By author Duco A Hellema last download was at 2018-06-13 06:42:57. This book is good alternative for The United States and Europe in a Changing World. Download now for free or you can read online Dutch Foreign Policy. the Role of the Netherlands in World Politics book. International Relations Studies Series, 6 (International Studies Library, 14) Since the publication in 1995 of the first Dutch language edition of Dutch Foreign Policy, the book has become a standard work about Dutch foreign policy. Both the first and later editions of the book have been commended for their ordered clarity. The work describes the fortunes of a power that, in spite of its limited size, was able to maintain its role as a centre of trade and colonial power up to the Second World War by exercising a policy of caution and free trade. After the war and a difficult process of de-colonialism, the Netherlands joined NATO. It became one of the founding fathers of European integration. To this day, the Netherlands is a state which plays an important role on the world's stage, actively participates in peace missions and relatively speaking, spends a great deal on foreign aid. Table of Contents Foreword 1 The rise and fall of a Great Power - From the sixteenth to the end of the nineteenth century 2 Decades of crisis and war - From the late nineteenth century to 1940 3 Impasse - The years 1940-1948 4 Change of direction - The years 1948-1952 5 Frustration and renewal - The years 1952-1963 6 Heyday of Atlanticism - The years 1960-1971 7 Change and continuity - The years 1971-1977 8 Consolidation and conservatism - The years 1977-1989 9 Hesitant reorientation - The years 1989-1998 10 Fading perspectives - The years after 1998 Epilogue

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May 2, 2007 946.10 kB Dutch Foreign Policy. the Role of the Netherlands in World Politics2    0 0
The Eu as a Foreign and Security Policy Actor The Eu as a Foreign and Security Policy Actor PDF By author Finn Laursen last download was at 2017-03-21 37:52:49. This book is good alternative for The United States and Europe in a Changing World. Download now for free or you can read online The Eu as a Foreign and Security Policy Actor book. This book studies important aspects of the EU as an international actor. It deals with the EU's foreign and security policies as they have developed in recent years. Institutionally the focus is on the second pillar of the Union, the Common Foreign and Security Policy (CFSP) and its defence component, the European Security and Defence Policy (ESDF). The latter in particular has gone through important developments in recent years, taking the EU into a realm which was largely a no-go area until 1999. The book has sections on theoretical and conceptual aspects: how do we study this subject matter and how do we explain developments? The empirical chapters deal with the EU and its near abroad, mostly Eastern Europe and the Mediterranean. The section on the EU's far abroad includes chapters on relations with America, Asia and Africa. Finally there are chapters looking at particular aspects of ESDP. Despite difficulties the EU is increasingly becoming an international actor. Chapter 1: "Introduction: The EU as a Foreign Policy Actor" Finn Laursen SECTION 1 THEORETICAL AND CONCEPTUAL PERSPECTIVES Chapter 2: "Past its Peak? The European Union as a Global Actor 10 Years After Charlotte Bretherton and John Vogler Chapter 3: "Realism, Grand Strategy and the EU's International Relations" Barry Andrew Hussey Chapter 4: "Theory in the Study of CFSP: From Building a Multi-Causal/Multi-level Framework to a Synergetic Foreign Policy Institutions Theory" Maciej Wilga Chapter 5: "Soft Power Discourse and the Significance of European Foreign Policy Methods" Philippine Colson SECTION 2 THE EU AND ITS NEAR ABROAD Chapter 6: "The EU and Conflict Resolution: De Facto States in the Neighbourhood" Steven Blockmans Chapter 7: "The EU as a Global Actor in Post-Conflict Societies: The Case of Macedonia" Edward Moxon-Brown Chapter 8: "Policy-making and New Modes of Governance in the European Neighbourhood Policy" Stefan Gänzle Chapter 9: "Vortex of a Regional Security Complex: The EuroMed Partnership and its Security Relevance" Astrid B. Boening SECTION 3 THE EU AND ITS FAR ABROAD Chapter 10: "The EU and North America: Transatlantic Relations as a Tool for Improving the EU's Role as a Global Actor" Natividad Fernández Sola Chapter 11: "Engaging Regional Partners for Effective Conflict Resolution: Problems and Prospects of the EU's Strategic Partnerships in Asia" Saponti Baroowa Chapter 12: "EU Responses to Taiwan's Applications in the WTO, WHO and UN" Sigrid Winkler Chapter 13: "The EU as a Global Actor? EU Policies towards Iran and Cuba" Lynne Dryburgh Chapter 14: "A Security Actor in a Changing World? The EU in Africa" Toni Haastrup SECTION 4 POLICY MAKING ASPECTS Chapter 15: "A 'Militarisation' of the EU? The EU as a Global Actor and Neutral Member States" Nicole Alecu de Flers Chapter 16: "The Danish Defence Opt-Out: Who Cares?" Finn Laursen Chapter 17: "Concluding Thoughts: CFSP Explanations and Future Requirements" Finn Laursen Index

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July 25, 1997 32.46 MB The Eu as a Foreign and Security Policy Actor0    0 5
Ambassador to Sixties London : The Diaries of David Bruce, 1961-1969 Ambassador to Sixties London : The Diaries of David Bruce, 1961-1969 PDF By author Raj Roy last download was at 2018-08-25 05:57:05. This book is good alternative for The United States and Europe in a Changing World. Download now for free or you can read online Ambassador to Sixties London : The Diaries of David Bruce, 1961-1969 book. History of International Relations, Diplomacy and Intelligence, 12 (History of International Relations Library, 12) David Bruce, a wealthy East Coast socialite, became one of the ablest and most experienced American diplomats of the Cold War years, serving as the US ambassador in London during the presidencies of John F. Kennedy, Lyndon Johnson and Richard Nixon. His diaries throw fascinating light on the work of a modern ambassador and life in London's high society in the 'Swinging Sixties', as well as providing insight into such key events as the Cuban Missile Crisis, the Profumo Scandal, America's descent into Vietnam and Britain's growing economic malaise. They are an invaluable primary source for all those interested in US foreign policy, British political and social history or the world of diplomacy. Table of Contents List of abbreviations Introduction Chapter 1: Arrival, March-December 1961 Chapter 2: Year of the Missile Crisis, 1962 Chapter 3: Macmillan's Decline, Kennedy's Assassination, January-November 1963 Chapter 4: LBJ and Douglas-Home, November 1963-October 1964 Chapter 5: Britain elects a new government, America goes to war, October 1964-July 1965 Chapter 6: Troubles at Home and Abroad, August 1965-March 1966 Chapter 7: Into the Quagmire, April 1966-March 1967 Chapter 8: Storm Clouds, April- November 1967 Chapter 9: The Storm Breaks, November-March 1968 Chapter 10: The End of the Johnson Administration, April-November 1968 Chapter 11: Nixon and Bruce's departure, November 1968-March 1969 Dramatis Personae Select Bibliography About the Author(s)/Editor(s) Raj Roy, Ph.D (2001) in History, London School of Economics, has previously published on US-UK politico-economic relations and is currently working on the Washington ambassadorship of Peter Ramsbotham. He is also a solicitor, specialising in EU competition law. John W. Young, Ph.D (1983) in History, University of Cambridge, is Professor of International History at the University of Nottingham. He has published extensively on British foreign policy, the Cold War and European integration.

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May 4, 2018 73.40 MB Ambassador to Sixties London : The Diaries of David Bruce, 1961-19694    0 2
The United States and Europe in a Changing World The United States and Europe in a Changing World PDF By author Professor Professor Roger E Kanet last download was at 2017-03-22 17:16:06. This book is good alternative for The United States and Europe in a Changing World. Download now for free or you can read online The United States and Europe in a Changing World book. The relationship between the members states of the European Union and the United States have been strained in recent years as a result of shifts in U.S. global strategy, as well as important changes in the international economic, political, and security environment. The tensions in US-EU relations, the growing challenges to both US and EU interests represented by a resurgent Russian Federation as well as the Islamic world, and dramatic shifts in the economic and political capabilities of countries from East Asia to Latin America all contribute to a much more complex international environment than that envisaged in the wake of the end of the Cold War. The current volume will examine the implications of these changes for the future of international politics. TABLE OF CONTENTS Preface Contributors Introduction: The United States and Europe in a Changing World by Roger E. Kanet Part I: The US and EU Perspectives on the Changing World Order Ch. 1: International Order the American Way: Selective Multilateralism and European Consternation by Joel Westra Ch. 2: The Bush II Administration's Policy toward Europe: From Unilateralism to Transformational Diplomacy and Beyond by Gabriela Marin Thornton Ch. 3: Will the Coalition of Democratic States and Peoples Survive Afghanistan? by Edward A. Kolodziej Ch. 4: Contributions of NATO and the EU to European and Global Security Governance by Roberto Domínguez Rivera Ch. 5: The OSCE Role in European and Transatlantic Security: Does it have a Future? by P. Terrence Hopmann Part II: The EU Impact on Turkish Political Developments Ch. 6: The Influence of the European Union in the Making of Turkish Foreign Policy by Özlem Terzi Ch. 7: Turkey between the Transatlantic Partnership by Gülnur Aybet Part III: Asia and the European Union Ch. 8: The European Union and India by Amit Das Gupta Ch. 9: The Everlasting Love for Comparison: Reflections on the EU's and ASEAN's Integration by Lay Hwee Yeo Ch. 10: China-European Relations: Emerging New Modus Operandi by Mingjiang Li Part IV: Latin America, the United States and Future Integration Ch. 11: Regional Security and Integration in South America: What UNASUR Could Learn from the OSCE and the Shanghai Cooperation Organization by Marco Cepik Ch. 12: Building Trust in Latin America by Monica Herz Conclusion by Roger E. Kanet Index

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The Rise and Fall of Interregionalism in Eu External Relations The Rise and Fall of Interregionalism in Eu External Relations PDF By author Alan Hardacre last download was at 2018-03-20 07:49:46. This book is good alternative for The United States and Europe in a Changing World. Download now for free or you can read online The Rise and Fall of Interregionalism in Eu External Relations book. International Relations Studies Series, 9 (International Studies Library, 20) The proliferation of regionalism in recent decades has led to increased relations between regional groups in different parts of the world, and the European Union (EU) has been central to the development of this new interregional phenomenon. This book sets out to analyse the rise and fall of interregionalism in EU external relations by looking at how the EU has strategically pursued interregionalism over time, and at how this has subsequently worked in practice. The EU, in the 1990s, strategically employed interregionalism in Africa, Asia and Latin America and this book takes the specific case of Latin America to chart the course of EU interregionalism. Table of Contents Introduction: The Rise and Fall of Interregionalism: The Case of the European Union and Latin America Chapter 1: Interregionalism in the Global Political Economy Chapter 2: The European Union And Interregionalism Chapter 3: The European Union Complex Interregional Model In Latin America Chapter 4: European Union - Mercosur Relations: The Seeds Of The Fall Of Interregionalism Conclusions: The Rise and Fall of Interregionalism in EU External Relations Bibliography 1. Primary Sources 2. Interviews 3. Secondary Sources Appendices "This volume makes a significant contribution to our understanding of the ways in which the European Union engages with other regions in the global arena. Its original framework, based on the analysis of 'complex inter-regionalism', provides a strong focus for evaluation of the multi-level processes that have emerged from the EU's pursuit of regional partnerships, and its detailed empirical study of EU relations with Latin America is a model of the ways in which such work should be carried out. The book will be useful not only to academics and students working in this area, but also to policy-makers in a variety of contexts." Mike Smith at the University of Loughborough About the Author(s)/Editor(s) Alan Hardacre Ph.D. in International Relations, Loughborough University is a Lecturer at the European Institute of Public Administration in Maastricht, the Netherlands. He has published in the areas of EU External Relations, Better Regulation and Lobbying in the EU.

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June 8, 1997 75.85 MB The Rise and Fall of Interregionalism in Eu External Relations3    0 4
Lord Lothian and Anglo-American Relations, 1900-1940 Lord Lothian and Anglo-American Relations, 1900-1940 PDF By author Priscilla Roberts last download was at 2018-06-09 41:02:60. This book is good alternative for The United States and Europe in a Changing World. Download now for free or you can read online Lord Lothian and Anglo-American Relations, 1900-1940 book. History of International Relations, Diplomacy and Intelligence, 13 (History of International Relations Library, 13) For the first four decades of the twentieth century Philip Kerr, the Eleventh Marquess of Lothian, hovered on the fringes of power in Britain. As a commentator on public affairs, private secretary to Liberal prime minister David Lloyd George, secretary to the Rhodes Trust, Liberal peer, and ambassador to the United States at the beginning of World War II, Lothian's greatest interest was in preserving and strengthening the British Empire and building close bonds with the United States. This international collection of essays by seven scholars explores Lothian's impact on Anglo-American relations and his role, behind the scenes and as a government official, in forging what would eventually become known as the "special relationship." Table of Contents PREFACE INTRODUCTION The Making of an Atlanticist: Philip Kerr, 1882-1921 Priscilla Roberts CHAPTER ONE Lord Lothian, Russia, and Ideas for a New International Order, 1916-1922 Keith Neilson CHAPTER TWO Philip Kerr, the Irish Question, and Anglo-American Relations, 1916-1921 Melanie Sayers CHAPTER THREE The Interwar Philip Lothian Priscilla Roberts CHAPTER FOUR Lord Lothian, the Far East, and Anglo-American Strategic Relations, 1934-1941 Greg Kennedy CHAPTER FIVE Lord Lothian's Ambassadorship in Washington August 1939-December 1940 J. Simon Rofe CHAPTER SIX Creating a Sense of Criticality: 'Lothian's Method' and the Evolution of U.S. Wartime Aid to Britain Gavin Bailey CHAPTER SEVEN Lothian and the Problem of Relative Decline David P. Billington, Jr. CONCLUSION The Final Stage Priscilla Roberts BIBLIOGRAPHY INFORMATION ON CONTRIBUTORS INDEX About the Author(s)/Editor(s) Priscilla Roberts, Ph.D. (1981) in History, King's College, Cambridge, is Associate Professor of History at the University of Hong Kong. She has published extensively on twentieth-century international history and Anglo-American diplomacy.

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Lord Lothian and Anglo-American Relations, 1900-1940 Lord Lothian and Anglo-American Relations, 1900-1940 PDF By author Priscilla Roberts last download was at 2018-08-05 13:60:26. This book is good alternative for The United States and Europe in a Changing World. Download now for free or you can read online Lord Lothian and Anglo-American Relations, 1900-1940 book. History of International Relations, Diplomacy and Intelligence, 13 (History of International Relations Library, 13) For the first four decades of the twentieth century Philip Kerr, the Eleventh Marquess of Lothian, hovered on the fringes of power in Britain. As a commentator on public affairs, private secretary to Liberal prime minister David Lloyd George, secretary to the Rhodes Trust, Liberal peer, and ambassador to the United States at the beginning of World War II, Lothian's greatest interest was in preserving and strengthening the British Empire and building close bonds with the United States. This international collection of essays by seven scholars explores Lothian's impact on Anglo-American relations and his role, behind the scenes and as a government official, in forging what would eventually become known as the "special relationship." Table of Contents PREFACE INTRODUCTION The Making of an Atlanticist: Philip Kerr, 1882-1921 Priscilla Roberts CHAPTER ONE Lord Lothian, Russia, and Ideas for a New International Order, 1916-1922 Keith Neilson CHAPTER TWO Philip Kerr, the Irish Question, and Anglo-American Relations, 1916-1921 Melanie Sayers CHAPTER THREE The Interwar Philip Lothian Priscilla Roberts CHAPTER FOUR Lord Lothian, the Far East, and Anglo-American Strategic Relations, 1934-1941 Greg Kennedy CHAPTER FIVE Lord Lothian's Ambassadorship in Washington August 1939-December 1940 J. Simon Rofe CHAPTER SIX Creating a Sense of Criticality: 'Lothian's Method' and the Evolution of U.S. Wartime Aid to Britain Gavin Bailey CHAPTER SEVEN Lothian and the Problem of Relative Decline David P. Billington, Jr. CONCLUSION The Final Stage Priscilla Roberts BIBLIOGRAPHY INFORMATION ON CONTRIBUTORS INDEX About the Author(s)/Editor(s) Priscilla Roberts, Ph.D. (1981) in History, King's College, Cambridge, is Associate Professor of History at the University of Hong Kong. She has published extensively on twentieth-century international history and Anglo-American diplomacy. David P. Billington, Jr., Ph.D. (1995) in History, University of Texas at Austin. is an independent scholar. His books include Lothian: Philip Kerr and the Quest for World Order (2006). Greg Kennedy, Ph.D. (1998) in History, University of Albera, is Professor of Strategic Foreign Policy at the Defence Studies Department, King's College, London. He has written extensively on strategic foreign policy issues, diplomacy, and intelligence, including Anglo-American Strategic Relations and the Far East, 1933-1939 (2002). Keith Neilson is a professor in the History Department of the Royal Military College of Canada, Kingston, Ontario, Canada. He has written extensively on British strategic foreign policy, particularly with regard to Russia and the Soviet Union. Gavin Bailey is a research student at Dundee University, completing a Ph.D. thesis on Anglo-American aviation supply collaboration during the Second World War. He has a particular interest in locating technically-informed military history within the broader context of diplomatic and economic statecraft. J. Simon Rofe is a lecturer in the Centre for American Studies in the Department of Politics & International Relations, University of Leicester. His research interests focus on twentieth-century U.S. foreign relations and diplomacy. Amongst his most recent publications is Franklin Roosevelt's Foreign Policy and the Welles Mission (2007). Melanie Sayers is finishing her Ph.D.thesis at the University of Edinburgh. This will explore the involvement of Philip Kerr in the Irish problem, particularly between the years 1916-1921, and his influence on the settlement finally reached.

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Religion and Diplomacy : Religion and British Foreign Policy, 1815 to 1941 Religion and Diplomacy : Religion and British Foreign Policy, 1815 to 1941 PDF By author John Fisher last download was at 2018-08-04 32:50:47. This book is good alternative for The United States and Europe in a Changing World. Download now for free or you can read online Religion and Diplomacy : Religion and British Foreign Policy, 1815 to 1941 book. New Directions in Diplomatic History, 1 (History of International Relations Library, ) For long a missing dimension in British foreign policy, religion impinged upon the formulation of Britain's overseas interests in many ways. This was true of policy makers' unspoken assumptions about the nature of humanity and international politics, inculcated in elite educational institutions. Religion was a tangible element in the practice of diplomacy. War, crises, and humanitarian concerns drew comment from the churches, their followers, as well as direct involvement from the Bishops in the House of Lords. This volume presents two survey chapters on the British Churches and British Foreign Policy and the nonconformist churches and British foreign policy. It is followed by case studies focusing on the Near East, Japan, relations with the Vatican, the Jewish question in British foreign policy, and the role of Archbishop Lang in the tempestuous years prior to the Second World War. Table of Contents Notes on Contributors List of Abbreviations Introduction Keith Robbins and John Fisher 1.The British Churches and British Foreign Policy: An Overview Keith Robbins 2.Nonconformity and British Foreign Policy Michael Hughes 3. Britain and the Ottoman Empire 1830-1880 John Charmley 4. Religion and British policy towards the Ottoman Empire, 1875-1923 Erik Goldstein 5. A "vexed question": Britain, the Powers, and the 'Jewish Question' in the Nineteenth Century T. G. Otte 6. Odo Russell's mission to Rome, 1858-70, and British Foreign Policy Towards the Vatican Saho Matsumoto-Best 7. British Diplomats and Religion in Japan, 1858-1941 Hamish Ion 8. The judgement of an archbishop: Cosmo Gordon Lang and British Foreign Policy, 1928-1939 Andrew Chandler 9. The Church of England and British Policy towards the Assyrians, 1914-1955 John Fisher Index About the Author(s)/Editor(s) Keith Robbins, D.Litt., is Vice-Chancellor Emeritus of the University of Wales, Lampeter, having formerly been Professor of History at Bangor University and Professor of Modern History at Glasgow University. A former President of the Historical Association and editor of History, he has written prolifically on political, diplomatic, ecclesiastical, military and cultural topics. John N. Fisher, PhD. (1996) in History, University of Leeds, is Senior Lecturer in International History at the University of the West of England, Bristol. He has published widely on aspects of British foreign policy with special reference to the Middle East, 1870 to 1930.

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October 17, 2001 41.52 MB Religion and Diplomacy : Religion and British Foreign Policy, 1815 to 19412    0 2
Religion and Diplomacy : Religion and British Foreign Policy, 1815 to 1941 Religion and Diplomacy : Religion and British Foreign Policy, 1815 to 1941 PDF By author Vice-Chancellor Keith Robbins last download was at 2018-05-25 41:25:28. This book is good alternative for The United States and Europe in a Changing World. Download now for free or you can read online Religion and Diplomacy : Religion and British Foreign Policy, 1815 to 1941 book. New Directions in Diplomatic History, 1 (History of International Relations Library, ) For long a missing dimension in British foreign policy, religion impinged upon the formulation of Britain's overseas interests in many ways. This was true of policy makers' unspoken assumptions about the nature of humanity and international politics, inculcated in elite educational institutions. Religion was a tangible element in the practice of diplomacy. War, crises, and humanitarian concerns drew comment from the churches, their followers, as well as direct involvement from the Bishops in the House of Lords. This volume presents two survey chapters on the British Churches and British Foreign Policy and the nonconformist churches and British foreign policy. It is followed by case studies focusing on the Near East, Japan, relations with the Vatican, the Jewish question in British foreign policy, and the role of Archbishop Lang in the tempestuous years prior to the Second World War. Table of Contents Notes on Contributors List of Abbreviations Introduction Keith Robbins and John Fisher 1.The British Churches and British Foreign Policy: An Overview Keith Robbins 2.Nonconformity and British Foreign Policy Michael Hughes 3. Britain and the Ottoman Empire 1830-1880 John Charmley 4. Religion and British policy towards the Ottoman Empire, 1875-1923 Erik Goldstein 5. A "vexed question": Britain, the Powers, and the 'Jewish Question' in the Nineteenth Century T. G. Otte 6. Odo Russell's mission to Rome, 1858-70, and British Foreign Policy Towards the Vatican Saho Matsumoto-Best 7. British Diplomats and Religion in Japan, 1858-1941 Hamish Ion 8. The judgement of an archbishop: Cosmo Gordon Lang and British Foreign Policy, 1928-1939 Andrew Chandler 9. The Church of England and British Policy towards the Assyrians, 1914-1955 John Fisher Index About the Author(s)/Editor(s) Keith Robbins, D.Litt., is Vice-Chancellor Emeritus of the University of Wales, Lampeter, having formerly been Professor of History at Bangor University and Professor of Modern History at Glasgow University. A former President of the Historical Association and editor of History, he has written prolifically on political, diplomatic, ecclesiastical, military and cultural topics. John N. Fisher, PhD. (1996) in History, University of Leeds, is Senior Lecturer in International History at the University of the West of England, Bristol. He has published widely on aspects of British foreign policy with special reference to the Middle East, 1870 to 1930.

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Women and Transnational Activism in Historical Perspective Women and Transnational Activism in Historical Perspective PDF By author Professor of History and Gender Studies Kimberly Jensen last download was at 2018-08-09 29:56:13. This book is good alternative for The United States and Europe in a Changing World. Download now for free or you can read online Women and Transnational Activism in Historical Perspective book. History of International Relations, Diplomacy and Intelligence, 14 (History of International Relations Library, 14) Historians are beginning to hone their use of the concept of transnationalism as an analytic tool to understand the ideas, networks, and activities of individuals and organizations working across and above the nation-state. This volume brings together the work of historians who consider women as transnational activists from the late nineteenth century to the years following the Second World War. The authors deepen our understanding of the complex ways in which individuals and organizations sought to achieve goals such as women's rights, peace, racial equality and medical relief. By analyzing the complexities of these women's lives and activism, the authors challenge the traditional narrative of international relations history and broaden our understanding of women's history and activism. Table of Contents Preface by Kathryn Kish Sklar Acknowledgements Table of Contents Introduction, Kimberly Jensen and Erika Kuhlman Mary Clement Leavitt, Japan, and the Transnationalization of the World WCTU, 1886-1912, Elizabeth Dorn Lublin Country by Birth, Country by Marriage: American Women's Transnational War Efforts in Great Britain, 1895-1918, Dana Cooper Localizing the Global: The YWCA Movement in China, 1899 to 1939, Elizabeth A. Littell-Lamb Black Liberation is an International Cause: Charlotta Bass's Transnational Politics, 1914-1952, Anne Rapp Liberal and Conservative Women Transnational Activists and Postwar Reconciliation after the Great War, Erika Kuhlman Feminist Transnational Activism and International Health: The Medical Women's International Association and the American Women's Hospitals, 1919-1948, Kimberly Jensen How to "Make This Pan American Thing Go?" Interwar Debates on U.S. Women's Activism in the Western Hemisphere, Megan Threlkeld Creating a Transnational Identity: The IFUW Confronts Racial and Religious Membership Restrictions in the 1930s, Christy Jo Snider "I Knew the Kind of Work That Was Done For Children": Dr. Martha Eliot and the Origins of UNICEF, Jennifer Morris About the Author(s)/Editor(s) Kimberly Jensen, (Ph.D. History, University of Iowa 1992) is Professor of History and Gender Studies at Western Oregon University. She is the author of Mobilizing Minerva: American Women in the First World War (University of Illinois Press, 2008). Erika Kuhlman (Ph.D. American Studies, Washington State University 1995) is an Associate Professor of History and Women Studies at Idaho State University. She is the author of Reconstructing Patriarchy after the Great War (Palgrave Macmillan, 2008).

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Women and Transnational Activism in Historical Perspective Women and Transnational Activism in Historical Perspective PDF By author Erika Kuhlman last download was at 2018-04-25 22:00:17. This book is good alternative for The United States and Europe in a Changing World. Download now for free or you can read online Women and Transnational Activism in Historical Perspective book. History of International Relations, Diplomacy and Intelligence, 14 (History of International Relations Library, 14) Historians are beginning to hone their use of the concept of transnationalism as an analytic tool to understand the ideas, networks, and activities of individuals and organizations working across and above the nation-state. This volume brings together the work of historians who consider women as transnational activists from the late nineteenth century to the years following the Second World War. The authors deepen our understanding of the complex ways in which individuals and organizations sought to achieve goals such as women's rights, peace, racial equality and medical relief. By analyzing the complexities of these women's lives and activism, the authors challenge the traditional narrative of international relations history and broaden our understanding of women's history and activism. Table of Contents Preface by Kathryn Kish Sklar Acknowledgements Table of Contents Introduction, Kimberly Jensen and Erika Kuhlman Mary Clement Leavitt, Japan, and the Transnationalization of the World WCTU, 1886-1912, Elizabeth Dorn Lublin Country by Birth, Country by Marriage: American Women's Transnational War Efforts in Great Britain, 1895-1918, Dana Cooper Localizing the Global: The YWCA Movement in China, 1899 to 1939, Elizabeth A. Littell-Lamb Black Liberation is an International Cause: Charlotta Bass's Transnational Politics, 1914-1952, Anne Rapp Liberal and Conservative Women Transnational Activists and Postwar Reconciliation after the Great War, Erika Kuhlman Feminist Transnational Activism and International Health: The Medical Women's International Association and the American Women's Hospitals, 1919-1948, Kimberly Jensen How to "Make This Pan American Thing Go?" Interwar Debates on U.S. Women's Activism in the Western Hemisphere, Megan Threlkeld Creating a Transnational Identity: The IFUW Confronts Racial and Religious Membership Restrictions in the 1930s, Christy Jo Snider "I Knew the Kind of Work That Was Done For Children": Dr. Martha Eliot and the Origins of UNICEF, Jennifer Morris About the Author(s)/Editor(s) Kimberly Jensen, (Ph.D. History, University of Iowa 1992) is Professor of History and Gender Studies at Western Oregon University. She is the author of Mobilizing Minerva: American Women in the First World War (University of Illinois Press, 2008). Erika Kuhlman (Ph.D. American Studies, Washington State University 1995) is an Associate Professor of History and Women Studies at Idaho State University. She is the author of Reconstructing Patriarchy after the Great War (Palgrave Macmillan, 2008).

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Fran ois de Calli res : A Political Life Fran ois de Calli res : A Political Life PDF By author Sgt Laurence Pope last download was at 2017-04-20 34:36:13. This book is good alternative for The United States and Europe in a Changing World. Download now for free or you can read online Fran ois de Calli res : A Political Life book. François de Callières (1645-1717) is the author of On Negotiating with Sovereigns, an iconic work on diplomacy which has rarely if ever been out of print in English translation since it was first published in 1716. Based largely on previously undiscovered archival materials, this biography traces his long political career., from a first clandestine mission to Poland in 1670 to his advocacy of the the failed Franco-Jacobite invasion of Scotland in 1708. It documents the practice of the historical Callières, in contrast to the high-minded theory of On Negotiating with Sovereigns. François de Callières is one of the most important figures in the history of diplomatic thought and Laurence Pope, who is in the first rank of scholar-diplomats, has produced a biography worthy of him. It is impeccably researched, rich in absorbing detail, comprehensive in its account of his subject's activities (literary as well as diplomatic), shrewd in its judgements, and written with considerable verve. I enjoyed it immensely. G.R. Berridge, Emeritus Professor of International Politics, University of Leicester. History of International Relations, Diplomacy and Intelligence series, Vol 15 (History of International Relations Library, 16) Table of Contents Preface Acknowledgements List of Abbreviations Prologue Chapter OneNorman Origins Chapter TwoFirst Mission to Poland Chapter ThreeBack to the Vistula Chapter FourIn the Courts of Powerful Women Chapter Five In Search of Patrons Chapter Six Climbing Parnassus Chapter Seven'M. de Gigny' Goes to Holland Chapter EightVauban and the King Chapter NineThe Ryswick Conference Chapter TenBetween Two Wars Chapter ElevenBy the King's Side Chapter TwelveThe Ruinous War Chapter Thirteen The Scottish Diversion I: Lord Lovat's Lament Chapter Fourteen The Scottish Diversion II: Invasion Chapter FifteenElder Statesman Appendices 1 Mémoires to the King A. "The Affairs of Poland" B. "How to Preserve the Peace" C. "How to Achieve Peace" D. "The Affairs of Scotland" 2 Key Persons Mentioned in the Text Bibliography Index About the Author(s)/Editor(s) Laurence Pope, a retired American ambassador, is the editor of Letters (1694-1700) of François de Callières to the Marquise d'Huxelles, in collaboration with William S. Brooks (Mellen, 2004).

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