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Crisis and continuity in world politics

Crisis and continuity in world politics

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Published by Random House in New York .
Written in English


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Statementedited by George A. Lanyi and Wilson C. McWilliams.
ContributionsMcWilliams, Wilson C.
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Open LibraryOL14182480M

This book has two aims. First, to consider how risk, crisis and security, may be linked in an organisational context. Second, to review the role of, simulation and gaming in responding to these phenomena. Historically, risk has been an established concept of academic interest for some time in both the pure and social sciences. Risk however, remains a subject of intense social and political.   Week in politics: Managing Covid crisis a tricky business. pm on 13 March Robertson was with Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern at her post-cabinet press conference on Monday to announce a business continuity package was being developed. On Wednesday Ardern chaired the first meeting of the Cabinet's Covid Committee and on.   Within the European Union (EU), the neoliberal trade policy has not only survived the global financial crisis (GFC) and Eurozone crisis, but has been reinforced throughout these crises. This has been helped by a legitimizing discourse by the European Commission that has continuously depicted free trade in a favourable relationship vis-à-vis Cited by: Chapter 2: The Crisis of Global Environmental Politics and the Imperial Mode of Living Chapter 3: Crisis and Continuity of Capitalist Societal Nature Relations Chapter 4: Strategies of a Green Economy, Contours of a Green Capitalism Chapter 5: The Valorization and .


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