Conflict Politics In A Changing World presents a realistic picture of government inaction and conveys to the reader a sense of the vitality and adaptability of our political institutions. It is designed to give the student a truly balanced treatment of the principles, structures, functions, and subtleties of the operation of the American government. Due attention is paid to political problems, developments, and judicial decisions.
The book talks about the international and domestic conditions under which collective security tends to work or not and questions if the end of the Cold War makes success more or less likely than before. The material provided is of high quality along three dimensions: good writing, identification of important empirical problems relating to collective security and collective conflict management, and logical reasoning. In addition, political conflict stems from individuals’ perspectives, interests, and values, so gauging differences, strengths, and changes in public opinion can provide crucial information on potential and actual responses to policy issues and initiatives.
The book talks about such international and national issues in detail. It is a collection of different topics like international relations, reasons for conflict, history, and where and how such conflicts can be resolved with a summary and questions at the end of every chapter. Political conflicts appear rampant even in the single-party or dictatorial political systems where rival factions and administrative departments within the same political organization battle for position and power.