The Globalization of Politics/ American Foreign Policy for a New Century
- In the Name of Progress and Peace: The "Standard of Civilization" and the Universalizing Project. Bowden, Brett // Alternatives: Global, Local, Political;Jan/Feb2004, Vol. 29 Issue 1, p43
Examines the drift of biological evolution and human history. Major component of the legal distinction between civilized and uncivilized people; Provision of human rights, liberal democracy and globalization; Implications on the distinctions based civilization.
- RISKS AND OPPORTUNITIES OF A NEW WORLD ORDER. Peak, Martha H. // Management Review;Jan92, Vol. 81 Issue 1, p6
Discusses key issues relevant to world politics, economics and international relations. Leadership of the U.S. in world affairs; Relations between U.S. and the Soviet Union; Political conditions in the Soviet Union; Implications of globalization and democracy.
- In Search of Democratic Governance in Central America. Sojo, Carlos // Journal of International Affairs;Fall2003, Vol. 57 Issue 1, p153
Focuses on the search for democratic governance in Central America. Information on the usefulness of the idea of good governance; Discussion on political institutionalization and the dynamics of democratic consolidation; Political challenges posed by globalization in Central American countries.
- Editorial. // Theoria: A Journal of Social & Political Theory;Apr2005, Issue 106, Preceding p1
Introduces the articles in the April 1, 2005 issue of the periodical "Theoria," about the dynamics of globalization, the nature and scope of democracy and democratic consolidation, and the challenge of grounding authority, both sacral and secular. Return of constitutional politics across the...
- The Globalization of the Arctic: Negotiating Sovereignty and Building Communities in Svalbard, Norway. Grydeh�j, Adam; Grydeh�j, Anne; Ackr�n, Maria // Island Studies Journal;May2012, Vol. 7 Issue 1, p99
The Arctic archipelago of Svalbard has been under Norwegian sovereignty since 1920 yet remains subject to international law. Until recently, the islands' only major economic activities were unprofitable Russian and Norwegian funded mining operations aimed at maintaining continuous settlement....
- La vinculaci�n entre la Rep�blic a Popular China y la Rep�blica Argentina (1991-2001): an�lisis de los actores intervinientes. Nacht, Pablo Alejandro // Pol�tica y Cultura;2012, Issue 37, p255
The present article takes the links and joints of the different Argentinian actors with the Popular Republic China's as a central target to proyect an analysis on the subject. We try, on the one hand, to understand the rol of the fractions of the historical bloc (rural bourgeoisie, industrial...
- Letters. Smith, G.; Woodburn, Jack E. // Inside Tucson Business;5/15/2006, Vol. 15 Issue 49, p5
Several letters to the editor are presented in response to articles in the May 1, 2006 issue including "Inside Media," and an article about the dynamics and impact of economic globalization by Dean Greenberg.
- The United Nations in an Age of Globalization. Arystanbekova, Akmaral // UN Chronicle;Dec2004-Feb2005, Vol. 41 Issue 1, p45
The article presents information on the functioning of the United Nations (UN) in an age of globalization. The year 2005 will mark the sixtieth anniversary of the United Nations. The article views that the main thrust of the United Nations renewal should be the regeneration of its paramount...
- A Precursor to Understanding Islamic Conceptions of Political Peace. Rush, John C. // International Journal of the Humanities;Oct2005, Vol. 3 Issue 2, p57
The aim of this paper is not to lay out the diverse views within Islam regarding peace. The focus of this paper is on the preliminary prerequisites necessary in acquiring a general understanding of Islamic political conceptions of peace, i.e. order, in the modern context of conflict with the...