Storia Delle Relazioni Internazionali Il Mondo Del Xx Secolo E Oltre

Author: Alfredo Canavero
ISBN: 9788860084095
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Prima Lezione Di Storia Delle Relazioni Internazionali

Author: Ennio Di Nolfo
Editor: Gius.Laterza & Figli Spa
ISBN: 885810188X
Size: 20,46 MB
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Uno sguardo unitario sugli aspetti storici delle relazioni internazionali come momento della vita socio-politica che caratterizza un’epoca e talora condiziona l’esistenza dell’umanità.

Language Engineering And Media Management Strategies In Recent Wars

Author: Michelangelo Conoscenti
Editor: Bulzoni
ISBN: 9788883199257
Size: 12,99 MB
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Americhe E Modernit Un Itinerario Fra Storia E Storiografia Dal 1492 Ad Oggi

Author: Maria Matilde Benzoni
Editor: FrancoAngeli
ISBN: 8856855224
Size: 10,61 MB
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Il Pci E La Rivoluzione Cubana

Author: Onofrio Pappagallo
Size: 19,83 MB
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L Europa Potenza Civile

Author: Mario Telò
Editor: Laterza
ISBN: 9788842072584
Size: 18,60 MB
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International Theory

Author: James Der Derian
Editor: Springer
ISBN: 1349237736
Size: 11,71 MB
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Reinvestigates realism in the context of international relations through a dialogue between classical international theory and critical theoretical challenges to it. Essays in international theory are combined with writings in critical and postructuralist theories of international relations.

The Law Of Air Warfare

Author: Natalino Ronzitti
Editor: Eleven International Publishing
ISBN: 9077596143
Size: 15,17 MB
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This book is the outcome of a research project directed by Natalino Ronzitti, to explore the current status and future prospects of international humanitarian law of air warfare. This is achieved through the analysis of international customary law, the conventional provisions in force and the most recent State practice. As the most recent conflicts suggest, air warfare has known an exponential growth. However, even a rapid analysis of the international humanitarian law applicable to air warfare shows a defective and fragmentary situation. This book will fill the current gap that exists in legal literature and will critically review and evaluate recent State practice.

The Godfather Doctrine

Author: John C. Hulsman
Editor: Princeton University Press
ISBN: 9781400829859
Size: 12,18 MB
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The Godfather Doctrine draws clear and essential lessons from perhaps the greatest Hollywood movie ever made to illustrate America's changing geopolitical place in the world and how our country can best meet the momentous strategic challenges it faces. In the movie The Godfather, Don Corleone, head of New York's most powerful organized-crime family, is shockingly gunned down in broad daylight, leaving his sons Sonny and Michael, along with his adopted son, consigliere Tom Hagen, to chart a new course for the family. In The Godfather Doctrine, John Hulsman and Wess Mitchell show how the aging and wounded don is emblematic of cold-war American power on the decline in a new world where our enemies play by unfamiliar rules, and how the don's heirs uncannily exemplify the three leading schools of American foreign policy today. Tom, the left-of-center liberal institutionalist, thinks the old rules still apply and that negotiation is the answer. Sonny is the Bush-era neocon who shoots first and asks questions later, proving an easy target for his enemies. Only Michael, the realist, has a sure feel for the changing scene, recognizing the need for flexible combinations of soft and hard power to keep the family strong and maintain its influence and security in a dangerous and rapidly changing world. Based on Hulsman and Mitchell's groundbreaking and widely debated article, "Pax Corleone," The Godfather Doctrine explains for everyone why Francis Ford Coppola's epic story about a Mafia dynasty holds key insights for ensuring America's survival in the twenty-first century.

The Invention Of Peace

Author: Michael Howard
Editor: Yale University Press
ISBN: 9780300088663
Size: 12,70 MB
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In this elegantly written book, a preeminent military historian considers why war, in one form or another, continues unabated throughout history. "[Howard's] slim work beautifully explains both the horror and the fatal attraction of war".--William Shawcross, "Sunday Times" (London).