Examining Syrian foreign policy during the Ba'th years from 1963 to 1989, this book traces the alliances of the Levantine country from a historical perspective and in the context of recent political developments.
"Contemporary European Security explores the complex European security architecture and introduces students to the empirical, theoretical and conceptual approaches to studying the subject. Written by experts in each subfield, it addresses key topics within the wider strategic context of international security.
People often refer to the 'United Nations' but without specifying which specific parts are responsible for success or failure. This book explores supportive the non-state actors that are essential players in developing global policies and norms, alongside the traditional categories of member states (first UN) and staff (second UN).
Ken (University of Saskatchewan, Canada) Coates & Carin (University of Saskatchewan, Canada) Holroyd & Kimie (University of Waterloo, Canada) Hara & Marie (Stockholm School of Economics, Sweden) Soederberg