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International Relations (Text Book) By- Dr. S.C. Singhal According to the U.G.C-C.B.C.S, Syllabus as Prescribed- For B.A (Pass and Honours), M.A., Civil Services Preliminary Subordinate Services and Other Competitive Examinations

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International Relations (Text) By- Dr. S.C. Singhal, ISBN : 9789389918281

 

21st century is dedicated to scientific research and technical development. The great revolution in the field of communication started in the middle of 20th century. This has resulted in shortening of geographical distances and bringing the nations closer. Any significant incident happening in one part of the world invariably affects the other part of the world, directly or indirectly. Although, the nations had established diplomatic and commercial relations with each other several years ago, but this revolution has forced the nations to plan their relationships with other nations in the light of contemporary international developments. The study of these relations is the subject matter of International Relations.

Key features of this book : ♦ Approaches to the Study of International Relations have been covered. ♦ Topics like National Power; National Interest, Ideology, Balance of Power; Collective Security, Detente and Disarmament are included. ♦ Chapter on World Wars, Cold War, NAM, Regional International Organizations, Globalisation, Human Rights, Terrorism and Environmental Position. ♦ Explain the Foreign Policy of India and it’s relation with USA, Russia, China, and Pakistan. ♦ The chapters of the book contain long answer type, short answer type, very short answer type and objective type questions.

 

CONTENTS:

  1. International Relations- Meaning, Nature, Scope and Evolution
  2. Approaches to the Study of International Relation
  3. State and Non-State Actors in International Relations
  4. National Power
  5. National Interest
  6. Ideology
  7. Balance Of Power
  8. Colletive Security
  9. World War I: Causes and Consequences
  10. Significance Of Bolshevik Revolution
  11. Rise Of Fascism
  12. Rise Of Nazism
  13. World War II: Causes and Consequences
  14. The Cold War: Rise and Decline
  15. Non- Alignment Movement- NAM
  16. Detente
  17. Disarmament
  18. Regional International Organization
  19. Globalisation
  20. Human Rights
  21. Terrorism
  22. Environmental Position
  23. Foreign Policy Of India: Meaning Features Its Relation with USA, Russia, China, Pak
  24. Contemporary Issues in Post Cold War Period
  25. The United Nations Organization

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International Relations (Text) By- Dr. S.C. Singhal, ISBN : 9789389918281

 

21st century is dedicated to scientific research and technical development. The great revolution in the field of communication started in the middle of 20th century. This has resulted in shortening of geographical distances and bringing the nations closer. Any significant incident happening in one part of the world invariably affects the other part of the world, directly or indirectly. Although, the nations had established diplomatic and commercial relations with each other several years ago, but this revolution has forced the nations to plan their relationships with other nations in the light of contemporary international developments. The study of these relations is the subject matter of International Relations.

Key features of this book : ♦ Approaches to the Study of International Relations have been covered. ♦ Topics like National Power; National Interest, Ideology, Balance of Power; Collective Security, Detente and Disarmament are included. ♦ Chapter on World Wars, Cold War, NAM, Regional International Organizations, Globalisation, Human Rights, Terrorism and Environmental Position. ♦ Explain the Foreign Policy of India and it’s relation with USA, Russia, China, and Pakistan. ♦ The chapters of the book contain long answer type, short answer type, very short answer type and objective type questions.

 

CONTENTS:

  1. International Relations- Meaning, Nature, Scope and Evolution
  2. Approaches to the Study of International Relation
  3. State and Non-State Actors in International Relations
  4. National Power
  5. National Interest
  6. Ideology
  7. Balance Of Power
  8. Colletive Security
  9. World War I: Causes and Consequences
  10. Significance Of Bolshevik Revolution
  11. Rise Of Fascism
  12. Rise Of Nazism
  13. World War II: Causes and Consequences
  14. The Cold War: Rise and Decline
  15. Non- Alignment Movement- NAM
  16. Detente
  17. Disarmament
  18. Regional International Organization
  19. Globalisation
  20. Human Rights
  21. Terrorism
  22. Environmental Position
  23. Foreign Policy Of India: Meaning Features Its Relation with USA, Russia, China, Pak
  24. Contemporary Issues in Post Cold War Period
  25. The United Nations Organization

 

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