Written by nearly 25 leading authorities, the Handbook of Global International Policy focuses on public policy issues among and within nations on every continent, comparing approaches and exploring applications to real-world problems. Beginning with a thorough introduction to the subject, the handbook reviews a broad range of topics, including U.S. decision-making foreign policies in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, South Africa, and Haiti, rebel conflicts and restored relations among Eritrea, the Sudan, and Ethiopia, and Spanish enclaves in Northern Africa. It also addresses pre- and post-Cold War policies in East Asia, arms control and disarmament programs, and the on-going risks in the Middle East.
- Publication Date:
- 16 / 05 / 2000