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Global Encyclopaedia of International Relations, 3 Vols

by Surya Narain Yadav (Ed.)

Publisher: Global Vision Publishing House

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This three volumes encyclopaedia is an attempt to portray diplomacy and the conduct of international relations in new world order. Major entries included in this encyclopaedia are international political relations between the countries, international economic theories and trade relations, and balance of power and supremacy. The context is arranged alphabetically so that there could be no difficulty in finding the expected matter. The entries and terminologies have been put in a simple format to enables the readers to access easily their desired query. The terms and text give a clear meaning of the fundamental and advanced level of international relations and its allied subjects. Many of the entries have been explained by using proper examples so that concept related to the matter became self explanatory. This breakthrough book has been designed to unravel the complexities of international relations theory in a way that allows student a clear idea of, how the theories work and myths that are associated with them. CONTENTS Vol. I Preface v A Absolute Gain 1 Afghanistan’s Foreign Relations 1 African Union 2 Albania’s Foreign Relations 10 Algeria’s Foreign Relations 16 Alliance of Civilizations 25 Anarchy 27 Angola’s Foreign Relations 28 Anti-Globalisation 34 Antiziganism 45 Apostolic Nunciature 48 Arab League 48 Arab Nationalism 51 Argentina’s Foreign Relations 53 Armenia’s Foreign Relations 57 ASEAN 60 Asia Cooperation Dialogue 67 Asian Development Bank 68 Assembly of Captive European Nations 71 Australia’s Foreign Relations 72 Austria’s Foreign Relations 74 Autarky 76 Aviation Law 77 Azerbaijan’s Foreign Relations 77 B Bahrain’s Foreign Relations 80 Balance of Payments 82 Balance of Power 85 Balance of Threat 87 Balance of Trade 88 Bandwagoning 91 Bangladesh’s Foreign Relations 91 Barbados’s Foreign Relations 100 Belarus’s Foreign Relations 101 Bhutan’s Foreign Relations 104 Bilateralism 105 Black Legend 105 Bolivia’s Foreign Relations 108 Bosnia and Herzegovina’s Foreign Relations 116 Brazil’s Foreign Relations 117 Brezhnev Doctrine 129 BRIC 129 BRIMC 135 Brunei’s Foreign Relations 135 Bulgaria’s Foreign Relations 136 Burkina Faso’s Foreign Relations 136 Bull, Hedley (1932-1985) 137 Burma’s Foreign Relations 137 Bush Doctrine 139 C Calvo Doctrine 147 Cambodia’s Foreign Relations 147 Camphill Movement 148 Canada’s Foreign Relations 148 Caribbean Islands’s Foreign Relations 151 Carr, E. H. (1892-1982) 156 Carter Doctrine 166 Centre for Dialogue 168 Chad’s Foreign Relations 169 Chile’s Foreign Relations 176 China’s Foreign Relations 181 Clash of Civilizations 188 Cold War 195 Collective Defence 208 Collective Security 208 Colombia’s Foreign Relations 210 Commonwealth Foundation 220 Comoros’s Foreign Relations 227 Complex Interdependence 228 Conflict of Laws 229 Congo’s Foreign Relations 236 Constructivism 237 Continental System 243 Cook Island’s Foreign Relations 244 Costa Rica’s Foreign Relations 245 Côte d’Ivoire’s Foreign Relations 246 Critical International Relations Theory 248 Croatia’s Foreign Relations 251 Cuba’s Foreign Relations 253 Cultural Diplomacy 255 Currency Crisis 258 Cyprus Foreign Relations 259 Czech’s Foreign Relations 266 Czechoslovakia’s Foreign Relations 267 Vol. II D Democratic Peace Theory 274 Denmark’s Foreign Relations 292 Dependency Theory 292 Dialogue Among Civilizations 298 Diplomacy 301 Diplomacy Monitor 306 Diplomatic Bag 307 Diplomatic Corps 307 Diplomatic Immunity 308 Diplomatic Law 312 Diplomatic Mission 312 Dominican Republic’s Foreign Relations 315 E Economic Diplomacy 321 Ecuador’s Foreign Relations 321 Egypt’s Foreign Relations 325 Eisenhower Doctrine 327 El Salvador’s Foreign Relations 328 English School of International Relations Theory 336 Equatorial Guinea Foreign Relations 337 Eritrea’s Foreign Relations 339 Estonia’s Foreign Relations 340 Ethiopia’s Foreign Relations 341 F Feminism in International Relations 350 Fiji’s Foreign Relations 351 Finland’s Foreign Relations 352 France’s Foreign Relations 355 Fukuda Doctrine 362 Functionalism and New-Functionalism 363 G G-20 Major Economies 365 G8+5 366 Gambia’s Foreign Relations 368 General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade 368 Georgia’s Foreign Relations 370 Germany’s Foreign Relations 373 Ghana’s Foreign Relations 375 Global Justice Movement 387 Globalisation 388 Greece’s Foreign Relations 395 Grenada’s Foreign Relations 401 Guatemala’s Foreign Relations 401 Gunboat Diplomacy 402 Guinea’s Foreign Relations 404 Guyana’s Foreign Relations 405 H Hallstein Doctrine 410 Hegemonic Stability Theory 410 Honduras’s Foreign Relations 411 Hong Kong’s Foreign Relations 413 Human Security 414 Hungary’s Foreign Relations 429 I Iceland’s Foreign Relations 431 Idealism 432 India’s Foreign Relations 444 Institutionalism 452 Institutionalism in International Relations 452 Intercultural Competence 453 International Criminal Court 455 International Criminal Law 460 International Labour Organisation 461 International Monetary Fund 465 International Regime 471 International Relations Theory 472 Iran’s Foreign Relations 475 Iraq’s Foreign Relations 479 Ireland’s Foreign Relations of the Republic 479 Israel’s Foreign Relations 481 2004 Istanbul Summit 482 Italy’s Foreign Relations 485 J Jamaica’s Foreign Relations 487 Japan’s Foreign Relations 487 Jordan’s Foreign Relations 488 K Kahn, Herman (1922–1983) 490 Kalmyk Project 493 Kazakhstan’s Foreign Relations 494 Kennan, George F. (1904–2005) 495 Kennedy Doctrine 504 Keohane, Robert (1941–) 505 Kosovo’s Foreign Relations 506 Kuwait’s Foreign Relations 508 L Latvia’s Foreign Relations 510 Lebanon’s Foreign Relations 511 Liberal International Relations Theory 511 Liberal Internationalism 512 Lithuania’s Foreign Relations 512 Luxembourg’s Foreign Relations 515 M Madman Theory 516 Malaysia’s Foreign Relations 517 Maldives’s Foreign Relations 518 Mali’s Foreign Relations 519 Malta’s Foreign Relations 520 Marshall Islands’s Foreign Relations 521 Marxist International Relations Theory 521 Mauritius’s Foreign Relations 525 Mearsheimer, John (1947–) 526 Mexico’s Foreign Relations 529 Military Power Projection 529 Monaco’s Foreign Relations 531 Monroe Doctrine 531 Morgenthau, Hans (1904–1980) 532 Morocco’s Foreign Relations 534 Multinational Corporation 535 Mutual Assured Destruction 538 Vol. III N Nauru’s Foreign Relations 543 Neoconservatism 543 Neo-Gramscianism 552 Neoliberalism in International Relations 554 Neorealism (International Relations) 556 Nepal’s Foreign Relations 558 The Netherlands’s Foreign Relations 558 New Zealand’s Foreign Relations 560 Nicaragua’s Foreign Relations 564 Niger’s Foreign Relations 565 Nigeria’s Foreign Relations 566 Nixon Doctrine 567 North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) 568 North Korea’s Foreign Relations 579 Norway’s Foreign Relations 584 Nuclear Peace 586 Nuclear Proliferation 587 Nye, Joseph (1937–) 594 O Offensive Realism 596 Oman’s Foreign Relations 597 Organised Crime 597 P Pakistan’s Foreign Relations 601 Palau’s Foreign Relations 601 Paleoconservatism 602 Panama’s Foreign Relations 614 Paradiplomacy 615 Paraguay’s Foreign Relations 616 Peace Treaty 621 Philippines’s Foreign Relations 622 Polarity in International Relations 623 Political Realism 625 Portugal’s Foreign Relations 626 Power Transition Theory 627 Proletarian Internationalism 630 Public Diplomacy 630 Public International Law 633 R Reagan Doctrine 642 Regime Theory 646 Regional Diplomacy 649 2006 Riga Summit 649 Romania’s Foreign Relations 654 Russia’s Foreign Relations 656 Rwanda’s Foreign Relations 663 S Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic’s Foreign Relations 665 Saint Kitts and Nevis’s Foreign Relations 665 Saint Lucia’s Foreign Relations 666 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines’s Foreign Relations 667 São Tomé and Príncipe’s Foreign Relations 667 3D Security 668 Security Dilemma 668 Senegal’s Foreign Relations 669 Serbia’s Foreign Relations 669 Seychelles’s Foreign Relations 671 Shanghai Cooperation Organisation 673 Shuttle Diplomacy 676 Sinatra Doctrine 676 Singapore’s Foreign Relations 677 Slovakia’s Foreign Relations 678 Slovenia’s Foreign Relations 679 Solomon Islands’s Foreign Relations 680 Somalia’s Foreign Relations 681 South Africa’s Foreign Relations 684 Southeast Asia Treaty Organisation 685 South Korea’s Foreign Relations 686 Space Geostrategy 688 Spain’s Foreign Relations 689 Spykman, Nicholas J. (1893–1943) 690 Sri Lanka’s Foreign Relations 692 Status of Forces Agreement 693 Stimson Doctrine 696 Sudan’s Foreign Relations 697 Sunshine Policy 698 Suriname’s Foreign Relations 701 Sweden’s Foreign Relations 702 Switzerland’s Foreign Relations 704 Syria’s Foreign Relations 705 T Tajikistan’s Foreign Relations 709 Tanzania’s Foreign Relations 713 Thailand’s Foreign Relations 713 Thompson, Kenneth W. (1921–) 714 Track II Diplomacy 715 Trinidad and Tobago’s Foreign Relations 716 Truman Doctrine 718 Tunisia’s Foreign Relations 720 Turkey’s Foreign Relations 721 Tuvalu’s Foreign Relations 723 U Uganda’s Foreign Relations 725 Ukraine’s Foreign Relations 727 Ulbricht Doctrine 728 United Nations 729 Uruguay’s Foreign Relations 738 Uzbekistan’s Foreign Relations 741 V Visiting Forces Agreement 747 W Waltz, Kenneth (1924–) 749 2008 G-20 Washington Summit 751 Wight, Martin (1913-1972) 753 Williams, Shelton 755 Wolfowitz Doctrine 756 World Trade Organisation 757 World-systems Approach 766 Y Yemen’s Foreign Relations 777 Yoshida Doctrine 778 Z Zakaria, Fareed 779 Bibliography 782 Index 807

Details of the book

Book :
Global Encyclopaedia of International Relations, 3 Vols
Book ID :
47711
Author :
Surya Narain Yadav (Ed.)
ISBN 13 :
9788182202702
Year of Publication :
2009
Publisher :
Global Vision Publishing House
Binding :
Hardcover
Weight :
1 kg

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