Cases in International Relations 7th Edition Summary
Designed to complement the main themes of any introductory course, Snow’s bestselling text presents original case studies that survey the state of the international system and look in-depth at issues of current interest. The cases are extremely timely, geopolitically diverse, accessibly written, and of high interest and salience amidst today’s headlines. Examples include the Islamic State’s violent quest for religious sovereignty in Syria and Iraq, Russian oil and U.S.-Russian relations, North Korea and nuclear weapons, multilateral solutions towards peace, international trade, and international migration.
About the Author
Donald M. Snow is professor emeritus at the University of Alabama where he taught courses on International Relations, American Defense Policy, and Foreign Policy. He is author of numerous books on national security and American foreign policy, including U.S. Foreign Policy, Back to the Water’s Edge, Fifth Edition and Regional Cases in U.S. Foreign Policy, Second Edition.
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