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This book addresses two questions that are crucial to the human condition in the twenty-first century: does globalization promote security or fuel insecurity? And what are the implications for world order?
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A brand new series of annual reports that offer a high-level Chinese perspective on China's International economic relations and strategies. These books are highly detailed and research-led, offering expert analysis and evaluations from key Chinese advisers and academics. Annual Report on International Politics and Security, the first in the series to publish, takes a close expert look at China's views on the key International political and security considerations for 2012 and beyond, plus perspectives on perceived threats to China itself
Identifies the major waves of immigration and clarifies the ways in which the existing social and political fabric conditioned both the response to the newcomers and their prospects of eventual integration into American society
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This extensive yet concise introduction to the phenomenon of globalization looks at its economic, environmental, and security dimensions as interpreted from different political points of view
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