1 edition of The politics of international crises found in the catalog.
The politics of international crises
|Statement||edited by William G. Andrews.|
|Series||New perspectives in political science|
|Contributions||Andrews, William G. 1930-|
Current conceptions of mediation can often fail to capture the complexity and intricacy of modern conflicts. This Research Handbook addresses this problem by presenting the leading expert opinions on international mediation, examining how international mediation practices, mechanisms and institutions should adapt to the changing characteristics of contemporary international crises. In this compelling and incisive book, Jerome Roos provides a sweeping investigation of the political economy of sovereign debt and international crisis management. He takes readers from the rise of public borrowing in the Italian city-states to the gunboat diplomacy of the imperialist era and the wave of sovereign defaults during the Great Depression.
Fragile by Design is a must-read for economic historians, a book to be put on the shelf with similar classics." —Hugh Rockoff, "[I]f you want a methodology for drawing conclusions about the genesis of crises and an explanation for the differing experiences among countries, Fragile by the Design is the winner hands-down.". In this study, renowned political scientist Stephan Haggard examines the political aspects of the crisis in the countries most affected—Korea, Thailand, Malaysia, and Indonesia. Haggard focuses on the political economy of the crisis, emphasizing the longer-run problems of moral hazard and corruption, as well as the politics of crisis.
The Politics of Crisis Management” by Arjen Boin, Paul ‘t Hart, Eric Stern, and Bengt Sundelius. (2nd edition); Cambridge University Press. Reviewed by Greg Jones. This is the second edition of this book, produced by a multinational scholarly team. The authors note openly in their introduction that a lot has occurred since the first. The term international crisis is widespread term without a single common definition. To some, it involves "a sequence of interactions between the governments of two or more sovereign states in severe conflict, short of actual war, but involving the perception of a dangerously high probability of war".
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This is an exceptionally well-written book on the subject of crisis management in the public arena, yet the insights apply to leadership in any environment. While this is an excellent book to support an upper-division college class, it is written in a "user-friendly" manner, rather than a dry academic by: Authored by some of the world's most-sited writers on the field of crisis management, this book is an absolute "must" for politicians, policy-makers and top-leaders.
The book is small in size, but very compact and requires consentration and time to read. Still, it is extremely well written and offers a comprehensive over-sight of the field/5(6).
The theoretical framework is used to great effect in explaining the most important international economic event of recent times, the international financial crisis of Format: Hardcover. The first book to systematically explore the importance of domestic institutions to crisis bargaining, Crisis Bargaining and the State argues that the influence of a state's bargaining behavior on its opponents foreign policy depends on the nature of the opposing government--its institutional structures and the strategic beliefs of its by: COVID Resources.
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This is an excellent book to have a compared vision on the three great crisis of capitalism before the 21th century. It gives us a wide view of economic and political tranformations occurred in countries like the USA, Germany, the UK, Swenden and by: Providing the first systematic analysis of the international regulatory response to the current global financial crisis, this ground-breaking volume is vital reading for students and scholars of international political economy, international relations, global governance, finance and by: ERic Eric Kowalczyk is the author of The Politics of Crisis: An Insider’s Perspective to Prevent Public Policy Disasters.
He has a national reputation as a dynamic and engaging public speaker. George Friedman’s latest book is either a work of balderdash or a prescient anticipation of our current woe, or bits of both.
In “The Storm Before the Calm” (Doubleday, pages, $ Reviews: 3. Crises in World Politics: Theory & Reality presents the study of international conflict.
This book discusses the danger of crises to global and regional stability. Organized into eight chapters, this book begins with an overview of the key concepts of the inquiry, conflict, crisis, and war.
This book critically explores the practices of peacebuilding, and the politics of the communities experiencing intervention. The contributions to this volume have a dual focus.
First, they analyse the practices of western intervention and peacebuilding, and the prejudices and politics that drive them. His research focuses on International political economy, international money and finance, North-South economic relations, history of political economy. He is currently a Trudeau Fellow, and CIGI Chair in International Governance as well as Co-Editor (with Jonathan Kirshner) of the book series Cornell Studies in Money.
International Development Banks in the Aftermath of the Global Financial Crisis: A Turn from Transatlanticism. [Cameron G. Thies] "Brexit" and the Politics of Resilience in the U.S.-UK Special Relationship [Kai Oppermann] A New Grand Bargain. Trumpian Populism and Shifts in Liberal Economic Order [Gordon Friedrichs] Since its publication, The Twenty Years' Crisis has been an essential book in the study of international relations.
It is still commonly read in undergraduate courses, and the book is considered "one of the founding texts of classical realism ". This book will appeal to scholars in history, political science, sociology, and economics as well as policy makers interested in the causes and effects of crises in international relations.
The rich data sets will serve researchers for years to come as they probe additional aspects of crisis, conflict and war in international relations.
The book then presents a unified model of crisis, focusing on the four phases of an international crisis, which incorporate the four periods of foreign policy crises for individual states.
Findings from thirteen conflicts representing six regional clusters are then analyzed, concluding with a set of hypotheses and evidence on conflict onset Brand: Palgrave Macmillan. To draw proper policy conclusions from the crisis, it is necessary to understand exactly what happened and why from both a political and an economic perspective.
In this study, renowned political scientist Stephan Haggard examines the political aspects of the crisis in the countries most affected—Korea, Thailand, Malaysia, and Indonesia.
The Politics of Crisis Management Crisis management has become a deﬁning feature of contemporary contribution from experts in public policy and international security. ARJEN BOIN is an Associate Professor at Leiden University, They illustrate the point we wish to make in this book: crises are political at by: This original new textbook provides a much-needed update on how the EU's policies and institutions have changed in light of the multiple crises and transformations since An international team of leading scholars offer systematic accounts on the EU's institutional regime, policies, and its community of.
Five papers on the political dimensions of the debt crisis at national, international and geo-political levels. There are case studies of Sudan, Senegal, Ivory Coast and Mexico. One conclusion is that the erosion of the powers and legitimacy of government is the most damaging consequence.
The Handbook of International Crisis Communication Research articulates a broader understanding of crisis communication, discussing the theoretical, methodological, and practical implications of domestic and transnational crises, featuring the work of global scholars from a range of sub-disciplines and related fields.
"The book has a value beyond the classroom. Readers at all levels can benefit from this approach to understanding the workings of international politics, the interplay of divergent perspectives, the complexity, ambiguities, and constraints upon policy makers and decision making, and the biases of a nationalist orientation.
(). The Politics of Crisis Management: Public Leadership Under Pressure by Arjen Boin, Paul 't Hart, Eric Stern, and Bengt Sundelius. International Public Management Journal: Vol. 10, No. 1, pp.
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