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Author by : Lynne Davis Languange Used : en Release Date : 2010-05-28 Publisher by : University of Toronto Press ISBN : 9781442698659 File Size : 48,5 Mb Total Download : 654
When Indigenous and non-Indigenous activists work together, what are the ends that they seek, and how do they negotiate their relationships while pursuing social change? Alliances brings together Indigenous and non-Indigenous leaders, activists, and scholars in order to examine their experiences of alliance-building for Indigenous rights and self-determination and for social and environmental justice. The contributors, both Indigenous and non-Indigenous, come from diverse backgrounds as community activists and academics. They write from the front lines of struggle, from spaces of reflection ro
Author by : Stephen M. Walt Languange Used : en Release Date : 1990 Publisher by : Cornell University Press ISBN : 0801494184 File Size : 50,6 Mb Total Download : 355
How are alliances made? In this book, Stephen M. Walt makes a significant contribution to this topic, surveying theories of the origins of international alliances and identifying the most important causes of security cooperation between states. In addition, he proposes a fundamental change in the present conceptions of alliance systems. Contrary to traditional balance-of-power theories, Walt shows that states form alliances not simply to balance power but in order to balance threats. Walt begins by outlining five general hypotheses about the causes of alliances. Drawing upon diplomatic history