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International Relations and Politics free pdf One of the most significant and helpful developments in the study of the subject of international relations and politics, in the period following World War II, has been the intensification of conscious and deliberate attempt to arrive at an understanding of international political reality through theoretical investigations. In an important way, the growing emphasis of this study in a conceptual framework has overshadowed the form of a diplomatic history of some major Western powers. Though it is widely realised that an orderly and comprehensive study of the relevant aspects of international relations and politics in a theoretical perspectives has not yet appeared, and it is also suspected that such endeavours may not have the desired success, yet a very large number of scholars, particularly in the United States, have been engaged in advanced academic pursuits so as to offer a plausible explanation of their involvement with the issues of why to theorise and how to theorise. The developments of the Post-Cold War era have stimulated the scholars of this discipline to revisit old concepts, re-evaluate traditional assumptions, and invent new strategies and paradigms for the sake of better and updated study of international relations and politics. This discipline now has a 'new agenda' embracing a vast range of policy issues and covering a host of new themes such as security, order, freedom, equality, justice, welfare, etc., which ought to prevail in the new global political and economic order. It is all the more necessary in the present age of globalisation and liberalisation. The startling point is that the study of this discipline is now growing like a profoundly normative enterprise at the expense of realism that had dominated in the era of the Cold War. The author has taken note of all these developments and ventured to tread the path with a view to make the task of the readers easier and more interesting.

About J. C. Johari

J C Johari has been associated with the teaching of Political Science for more forty years. He served as the Reader and Head of the Political Science Department, Shyamlal College (Delhi University). For a year (1971-72) he worked as Deputy Director (Research) at the Institute of Constitutionaland Parliamentary Studies, New Delhi. For the last few years he has been associated with the teaching of this course to the candidates preparing for various competitive examinations at the APTC, Rajasthan University, Jaipur. He has written many books and his articles have appeared in leading research journals in India and abroad.

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Author : J. C. Johari
Publisher : Sterling Publishers Pvt.Ltd
Data Published : 01 December 2014
ISBN : 8120780787
EAN : 9788120780781
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 620 pages
Age + : 18 years
Language : English
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