Following the end of the Cold War, trade has become more significant as an arena for competitition - between nations, groups, and ethical and theoretical ideas. This book aims to put contemporary trade issues, such as NAFTA, United States-Japan controversies, the Uruguay Round of GATT, China's most favoured nation status, and the founding of the World Trade Organization, into historical and theoretical perspective with the British Corn Laws, the Great Depression, the Bretton Woods system, and the origins of the European Union. Economic theory, terms and concepts are explained and contextualized with those from international relations.
Dilemmas of International Trade
Dilemmas in World Politics
Education & Reference