Literature and International Relations: Stories in the Art of Diplomacy
Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 2007 - 208 páginas
Drawing on a range of texts such as William Shakespeare's Julius Caesar and Aldous Huxley's Island, this book seeks to consider the efforts to construct a perfect society, and the obstacles that frustrate the acquisition of it. It aims to illustrate the links between aspirations and consequences in international relations.
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Power and Morality
Stories of Supermen and
Going Sane is Harder Than
Forgotten Homes and Recovered
Crossing the State Line and Getting
Whispers from the Global Home
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