Global Rage After the Cold War

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Highly topical - helps explain why many people in various countries are angry at the United States
Introduction: World Opinion on September 11: If the World Doesn't Hate Us, Why Would Someone Do This? The Cold War World Turned Upside Down How We Come to be Who We Are: Constructing Identity Around the World Fences Make Good Neighbors: Who is 'German' Without the Wall? China's Two Faces: The Contradiction of Chinese 'Uniqueness' The Indian/Pakistani Nuclear Tests: Brinksmanship Without a Cause The War at Home: Identity Versus Values Conclusions: Addressing the Real Problem, 'Draining the Swamp of Despair'
This book argues that the status deficiency that results from the loss of a nation's favoured position in one hierarchy promotes a need among citizens to search for alternative means of delineating their country's status. This book sheds light on the intersection of identity construction, perceptions of others and violence.
Autor: F. Rusciano
FRANK LOUIS RUSCIANO is Professor of Political Science, Rider University, USA. He is the author of World Opinion and the Emerging International Order (Westport: Praeger Publishers) and Isolation and Paradox: Defining 'the Public' in Modern Political Analysis (Westport: Greenwood Press).

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Autor: F. Rusciano
ISBN-13 :: 9781403964991
ISBN: 1403964998
Erscheinungsjahr: 01.04.2006
Gewicht: 363g
Seiten: 210
Sprache: Englisch
Auflage 2006
Sonstiges: Buch, 215x162x18 mm
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