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International studies

Determinants of Foreign Policy

A state gives special attention to the careful formulation and successful execution of its foreign policy. A successful foreign policy enhances a nation’s power and prestige in the comity of nations.

New Cold War

The new Cold War’s origin is generally traced back to December 1979 when the Soviet Union intervened in Afghanistan.

Causes Of Cold War

International relations were very much influenced by the cold war that dominated the international scene, particularly after World War II.

Principles Classification of State

Principles Classification of State is based on two principles: (1) The number of persons who exercise supreme power. (2) The ends they seek to serve self-interest or benefit of the community.

Nature of International Relations

Nature of International Relations. Political science is concerned with the internal organization and functions of the state and the relations of states to one another.

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