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International relations

LC control 85067435
Topical headingInternational relations
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Foreign affairs
Foreign policy
Foreign relations
Global governance
Interdependence of nations
International affairs
Peaceful coexistence
World order
See alsosubdivisions Foreign relations and Foreign relations administration under names of regions, countries, and groups of countries
National security
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World politics
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Scope noteHere are entered theoretical works on the relations among the nations of the world. Works on general political history and historical accounts of relations among nations are entered under World politics. Works on the foreign relations of an individual country are entered under the name of the country with the subdivision Foreign relations.
Subject example tracingNote under World politics
Found inGlobal governance, 2002.
Griffiths, Martin. International relations, 2002: p. 124 (The techniques, institutions, and legal arrangements used to manage relations between states and to facilitate cooperative action across various issue-areas)
Global governance : a review of multilateralism and international organizations ( 1075-2846) via Hein online, 1995, viewed Sept. 28, 2006: Finkelstein, L.S. What is global governance?, p. 369 (Global governance .. is any purposeful activity intended to "control" or influence someone else that either occurs in the arena occupied by nations or, occurring at other levels, projects influence into that arena)
Ethical reasoning in international affairs, 2013.
Scholars, policymakers, and international affairs, 2014.
Wikipedia, Mar. 7, 2015 (International Relations (IR), or International affairs is a field of Political Science. International Relations is the study of relationships among countries, the roles of sovereign states, inter-governmental organizations (IGO), international non-governmental organizations (INGO), non-governmental organizations (NGO), and multinational corporations (MNC))