Deviant Conduct In World Politics

Author: D. Geldenhuys
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 0230000711
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Highlighting the rules of good behaviour that both state and non-state actors have violated, Geldenhuys takes a novel approach that breaks through the narrow parameters of the rogue state paradigm and of other state-centric perspectives.

Renegade Regimes

Author: Miroslav Nincic
Publisher: Columbia University Press
ISBN: 0231137036
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In this timely book, Miroslav Nincic unravels the complex issues and policy choices regarding states that challenge international society's espoused interests and values.

Contested States In World Politics

Author: D. Geldenhuys
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 0230234186
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This book investigates a phenomenon in world politics that is largely overlooked by scholars, namely entities lacking international recognition of their status as independent states.

Unisa Latin American Report

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RESEARCH ARTICLES Castro's Cuba: The defiant deviant Deon Geldenhuys
Deon Geldenhuys is a professor in the Department of Politics and Governance at
the Rand Afrikaans University (University of Johannesburg from January 2005).
He was educated at the University of Pretoria and was awarded his Ph.D. by
Cambridge University. As an international relations specialist he has authored
five books and many academic articles in the field. His last book, Deviant conduct
in world ...

American Book Publishing Record

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(Events that changed the world series) Includes bibliographical references (p.
179-181) and index. [D856.A17 2004] 2003-053928 ISBN 0-7377-1760-2 lib.
bdg. 33.70 /. World politics— 1975-1985— Sources. 2. World politics — 1985-
1995 — Sources. I. Grapes, Bryan J. II. Series. GELDENHUYS, Deon. 909.83
Deviant conduct in world politics / Deon Geldenhuys. Houndmills, Basingstoke,
Hampshire; Palgrave Macmillan, 2004. p. cm. Includes bibliographical references
and index.

Strategic Review For Southern Africa

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Geldenhuys Department of Politics and Governance Rand Afrikaans University
ABSTRACT Libya, under the Qaddafi dictatorship, has a history of rule-breaking
behaviour both at home and abroad. lt has violated major international rules of
state conduct by engaging in terrorism, committing external aggression and
threatening regional peace, exporting its domestic revolution, adopting a
revisionist international ...

In Full Flight

Author: Walter Carlsnaes
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He has also contributed articles on ethics in international relations to the journals
Political Studies, the Review of International Studies, Millennium: Journal of
International Studies, the Cambridge Review of International Affairs, Paradigms,
and Politikon. Deon Geldenhuys is professor of politics at the University of
Johannesburg, South Africa. His latest book on international relations, his main
field of interest, is Deviant Conduct in World Politics (Palgrave 2oo4). Adam
Habib is the ...

Africa Insight

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If the people of the south were to claim this right in 20 1 1 against the wishes of
the central government, Sudan may relive the horrors of Darfur and the north-
south war. L") Notes & References Sudan, August 2004, www.freedom- house.
org/research/freeworld/2004/coun- tryratings/sudan.htm, p 1 ; International. 1
These accusations are discussed in D Geldenhuys, Deviant Conduct in World
Politics, Basingstoke: Macmillan, 2004, p 300. The present article draws on this
book for some ...

Deviant Behavior And Human Rights

Author: John F. Galliher
Publisher: Pearson College Division
ISBN: 9780132040662
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theoretical examination of the political definition of harmful corporate actions. The
definitional process that created the U.N. codes supports Robinson's (1983)
assertion that multinational business is now international politics. The code
developmental process has brought into sharp focus the fundamental differences
of perspectives and interests between developed and developing nations, and
between free-market and centrally-planned economies. Charles Lindblom (1977:
ix) ...

Conflict In World Society

Author: Michael Banks
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Do human needs differ from human rights? Can there really be constructive
solutions to zero-sum conflicts? How can a political society be stable without
some powerful authority to keep order? Why, if the object is to explain
international politics, is so much attention paid to strikes, ethnic attitudes, deviant
conduct and other domestic matters? Surely violence is inevitable, and warfare
permanent, in international politics? Necessarily, the plan eventually adopted
became a selective one, ...