Revolution and World Politics: The Rise and Fall of the Sixth Great Power By Fred Halliday
English | PDF | 1999 | 415 Pages | ISBN : 0333653297 | 40.49 MB
The relation of revolutions to international relations is central to modern history. Revolutions have, as much as war or nationalism, shaped the development of world politics. Equally, revolutions have been, in cause, ideology and consequence, international events. By putting the international politics of revolution centre stage, Fred Halliday's book makes a major contribution to the understanding of both revolution and world politics.