In this book, the authors describe different aspects of globalization and deliberations concerning the effects of the end of the Cold War. They share regional perspectives on questions about peace and security, economic growth and welfare, and democracy and civil society in the post-Cold War world.
Table of Contents
1. Introduction: What Has Changed? 2. The New World Order: A View from Africa 3. Uneven Globalization, Economic Reform, and Democracy: A View from Latin America 4. South Asia and the New World Order 5. China in the Post–Cold War Era 6. Russia: Between Peace and Conflict 7. Dialectics of World Order: A View from Pacific Asia 8. The Challenge of Globalization and Individualization: A View from Europe 9. Hobbes's Dilemma and Institutional Change in World Politics: Sovereignty in International Society 10. International Relations Theory in a World of Variation