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The Age of Neo-Imperialism

The Age of Neo-Imperialism

Essays on Contemporary Global History

by Henry Dsouza
Publication Date: 16/12/2014
  $33.77
The title is derived from a study of hotspots around the world from October 2013. In Africa, the countries covered are South Africa, South Sudan, Tunisia, Egypt, and Palestine. In the European arena, the main focus is on Ukraine, and the impact of two world powers on Eastern Europe. President Obama's Speech to West Point recruits yields some ideas on foreign policy. So does the document on US-Africa commercial agreement for the future. The book also includes some discussion on the US's Pivot to Asia. Together these policies point to what some visualize as a New World Order. By 2010, a unipolar world has changed into a multi-polar one, which stresses the need to democratize international institutions for global stability.
ISBN:
9781496954527
9781496954527
Category:
General & world history
Publication Date:
16-12-2014
Publisher:
Authorhouse
Country of origin:
United States
Dimensions (mm):
9x6mm
Weight:
0.05kg

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