Author: Paloma González del Miño (Dir.)
The profound transformations and dynamics that have taken place in the international system in recent years are giving rise to a new and complex international society, with its own characteristics that distinguish it from previous ones. In this context, the changes have a profound impact on the international system of the 21st century, marking the establishment of a complex, interdependent global agenda with substantial challenges, without forgetting that they also make possible opportunities that should not be wasted.
The international system of the 21st century. Dynamics, actors and international relations, addresses a series of central themes of the current international system, elaborated by professors of the Department of International Relations and Global History of the Faculty of Political Science and Sociology of the Complutense University of Madrid. From the discipline of International Relations, topics are developed such as: hegemony, globalisation and international relations; migrations; the world food system and its governance; the objectives of sustainable development; asylum and diplomatic refuge as concepts that need to be revised; the agenda of the European Union’s new political cycle; the European Defence Policy in the face of the new political cycle; the European Neighbourhood Policy; democratic memory in Europe and its relevance in the face of post-fascism; cultural diplomacy and external projection in the European Union, and Spain’s relations with Latin America and the Caribbean, until completing the 22 chosen motifs.
Binding: soft cover
Publisher: Tirant lo Blanch
RPP: 47,40 €