International Relations, or the study of the “behaviour of states,” is a new discipline that has become increasingly vital in this century. Professor Singh writes: “Thinkers have been traditionally concerned mainly with state governments, with the relations between the individual and authority” Consequently, their theories “have only limited application to the society of states.” An examination of international society as a whole, and for its institutions, is the principal concern of this book. Professor Singh provides a brief general background for his subject provides a brief general background for his subject as he traces the development of the state through world history. However, his study emphasizes the contemporary international situation. He considers the making of foreign policy and the specific policies of Great Britain, the United States, the Soviet Union, Communist China, and India. State-power and its expression through diplomacy, propaganda, economics, and military force and outlined. The current problems of international society the cold-war balance of power, the nuclear dilemma, anti-colonialism-are discussed, as well as the instruments of international society, the United Nations, in particular, that have developed as agencies for the maintenance of world peace and co-operation. This book can be useful for the students of political science, politician, the various Governments and the people at large.
Dr. Naunihal Singh earned the degrees of M.A. (Economics), M.A. (Sociology). LL.B. (with International Law), Ph.D. (Management) and D.Litt. (International Business). He also obtained Diploma in Industrial Management from the Royal College of Science and Technology, Glasgow, U.K; and another Diploma in International Trade from La Sorbonne University, Paris (France). Dr. Singh taught as Professor of Business Administration at several institutions of USA. As a prolific writer, Dr. Singh has authoredabout fifty books on National and International Affairs. Formerly Director is the Government of India and Member, Board of Governors, Engineering College, Kurukshetra University, India, Dr. Singh has represented India at the United Nations Economic Commission for Asia and Far East (ECAFE) at Addis Ababa. He negotiated trade with Japan on behalf of the Government of India during Expo ’70 held in Osaka. Dr. Singh travelled widely in Europe including England, Canada, Mexico Brazil, Venezuela, Cambodia, Chile, Japan and other South-East Asian and African countries. A wide spectrum person, Dr. Singh was till recently a Member of Parliament (Rajya Sabha).
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