Best International Political Treaties Books
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1. The Constitution of the United States of America: The Declaration of Independence, The Bill of Rights
Author: by Founding Fathers
Published at: East India Publishing Company (August 20, 2020)
A new, beautifully laid-out, easy-to-read edition of Nicolo Machiavelli’s classic of political thought. This edition is based on William K. Marriott’s 1908 translation of Machiavelli’s classic, originally published in 1532. Niccol Machiavelli (1469-1527) was an Italian diplomat, politician, historian, philosopher, writer, playwright and poet of the Renaissance period, often called the father of political science.William K.
Marriott (1847-1927) was a translator of Machiavelli’s works.
3. Surviving the New World Order
Author: by Jeremy Stone
Published at: Independently published (December 15, 2020)
“Surviving the New World Order” provides the solution for the global crises set up for the citizens of America and all people living under World Government. A series of ten detailed steps and guidelines serve as a manual, offering insight into what every man, woman and child must follow to survive in the New Age.
4. Universal Declaration of Human Rights (Books of American Wisdom)
Author: by Eleanor Roosevelt et al.
Published at: Applewood Books (May 1, 2001)
In 1948, Eleanor Roosevelt served as chairwoman of the United Nations committee to create this declaration of moral conscience, now used by Amnesty International as their founding document. This hardcover edition contains the international document in six languages: English, Spanish, French, Chinese, Russian, and Arabic.
5. Current Debates in International Relations
Author: by Eric B. Shiraev
Published at: Oxford University Press; 1st edition (July 31, 2015)
Ideal for introductory courses, Current Debates in International Relations presents forty-nine readings drawn from major scholarly journals, magazines, and newspapers including Foreign Affairs, Foreign Policy, International Relations, and The Wall Street Journal. It provides a broad selection of articles-both classical/theoretical and practical/applied-and steers students through major international issues, offering contending yet complementary approaches.
The selections include three types of readings: * Key theoretical essays and fundamental works describe the structure and dynamics of international relations, principal actors and institutions, major international events, and critical approaches* Contemporary articles based on research and analysis focus on specific issues, both theoretical and applied, which reflect current debates in the field* Illustrative articles and essays from accessible sources present a variety of views and approaches that serve as practical applications of theory in contemporary policies and international relationsSection introductions offer previews of the topics and readings along with questions for class discussion or individual assignments.
6. The Treaty of Versailles: A Concise History
Author: by Michael S. Neiberg
Published at: Oxford University Press; Illustrated edition (August 1, 2017)
Signed on June 28, 1919 between Germany and the principal Allied powers, the Treaty of Versailles formally ended World War I. Problematic from the very beginning, even its contemporaries saw the treaty as a mediocre compromise, creating a precarious order in Europe and abroad and destined to fall short of ensuring lasting peace.
At the time, observers read the treaty through competing lenses: a desire for peace after five years of disastrous war, demands for vengeance against Germany, the uncertain future of colonialism, and, most alarmingly, the emerging threat of Bolshevism. A century after its signing, we can look back at how those developments evolved through the twentieth century, evaluating the treaty and its consequences with unprecedented depth of perspective.
The author of several award-winning books, Michael S. Neiberg provides a lucid and authoritative account of the Treaty of Versailles, explaining the enormous challenges facing those who tried to put the world back together after the global destruction of the World War I.
7. U.S. Strategy in the Asian Century: Empowering Allies and Partners (Woodrow Wilson Center Series)
Author: by Abraham M. Denmark
Published at: Columbia University Press (August 18, 2020)
As the Indo-Pacific emerges as the world’s most strategically consequential region and competition with China intensifies, the United States must adapt its approach if it seeks to preserve its power and sustain regional stability and prosperity. Yet as China grows more powerful and aggressive and the United States appears increasingly unreliable, the Indo-Pacific has become riven with uncertainty.
These dynamics threaten to undermine the region’s unprecedented peace and prosperity.U.S. Strategy in the Asian Century offers vital perspective on the future of power dynamics in the Indo-Pacific, focusing on the critical roles that American allies and partners can play.Abraham M.
Denmark argues that these alliances and partnerships represent indispensable strategic assets for the United States. They will be necessary in any effort by Washington to compete with China, promote prosperity, and preserve a liberal order in the Indo-Pacific. Blending academic rigor and practical policy experience, Denmark analyzes the future of major-power competition in the region, with an eye toward American security interests.
8. Diplomacy: Theory and Practice
Author: by G. R. Berridge
Published at: Palgrave Macmillan; 5th ed. 2015 edition (July 7, 2015)
Fully revised and updated, this comprehensive guide to diplomacy explores the art of negotiating international agreements and the channels through which such activities occur when states are in diplomatic relations, and when they are not. This new edition includes chapters on secret intelligence and economic and commercial diplomacy.
9. The Internationalists: How a Radical Plan to Outlaw War Remade the World
Author: by Oona A. Hathaway
Published at: Simon & Schuster; Reprint edition (September 25, 2018)
An original bookabout individuals who used ideas to change the world (The New Yorker)the fascinating exploration into the creation and history of the Paris Peace Pact, an often overlooked but transformative treaty that laid the foundation for the international system we live under today.
In 1928, the leaders of the world assembled in Paris to outlaw war. Within the year, the treaty signed that day, known as the Peace Pact, had been ratified by nearly every state in the world. War, for the first time in history, had become illegal.
But within a decade of its signing, each state that had gathered in Paris to renounce war was at war. And in the century that followed, the Peace Pact was dismissed as an act of folly and an unmistakable failure.
This book argues that the Peace Pact ushered in a sustained march toward peace that lasts to this day. A thought-provoking and comprehensively researched book (The Wall Street Journal), The Internationalists tells the story of the Peace Pact through a fascinating and diverse array of lawyers, politicians, and intellectuals.
10. History of the Deep State Volume 3: The Rise of the "Democratic" Socialist Fourth Reich
Author: by Jeremy Stone
Published at: Independently published (March 24, 2020)
“History of the Deep State Volume 3” is the long-awaited third book written & published in the History of the Deep State trilogy and series by Jeremy Stone. While Volumes 1 & 2 extensively covered the complete history and hidden agendas of the Deep State, Volume 3 takes a glimpse into what these radical elitist groups advocating and calling for a Welfare-State are planning & plotting against America and the world.Who are they?
What are their true intentions? Why are these strange & radical agendas emerging globally now? Who put them into power? Are they truly connected to the Socialist puppet-masters behind World War II, with a new agenda? Are their “Agenda 2030” & income equality economic agendas just a scare tactic or a threat?
Why are they simultaneously planning a secret coup against the President while offering an Anti-American form of Government now? The length of time the New World Order has waited for this period in time and series of crises is no coincidence and will astound you.
11. A Seat at the Table: Women, Diplomacy, and Lessons for the World
Author: by Susan Sloan
Published at: New Degree Press (April 6, 2020)
Many countries face challenges of migration, terrorism, climate change, and the spread of fast-paced technology. Those who are sitting around the table will change the course of history and redefine how we solve critical problems. A Seat at the Table: Women, Diplomacy, and Lessons for the World shares the impact of gender-diversified leadership and why varied voices lead to stronger resolutions and enhanced team dynamics.
Research proves that when women are involved in peace processes, an agreement is 35% more likely to last at least 15 years. Additionally, higher levels of gender equality are associated with a lower tendency for conflict. Women ambassadors, deputy chiefs of mission, and government officials, spanning all the regions of the world, share their stories and provide insight into developing a unique leadership style.
You’ll learn from women who helped combat ISIS, negotiated major treaties, set standards for cybersecurity, worked through intense conflicts, balanced family and career, and endured double standards as they rose in the ranks of leadership.
12. Nation to Nation: Treaties Between the United States and American Indian Nations
Author: by Suzan Shown Harjo
Published at: Smithsonian Books; Illustrated edition (September 30, 2014)
Nation to Nation explores the promises, diplomacy, and betrayals involved in treaties and treaty making between the United States government and Native Nations. One side sought to own the riches of North America and the other struggled to hold on to traditional homelands and ways of life.
The book reveals how the ideas of honor, fair dealings, good faith, rule of law, and peaceful relations between nations have been tested and challenged in historical and modern times. The book consistently demonstrates how and why centuries-old treaties remain living, relevant documents for both Natives and non-Natives in the 21st century.