Politics Revisited

Palonen, Kari
April 2003
Alternatives: Global, Local, Political;Mar/May2003, Vol. 28 Issue 2, p167
Academic Journal
Examines the dimensions of the conflicting claims about the decline and revitalization of contemporary politics that have provided much of the broad context for political thought and action. Postmodernism; Globalization; Analysis of the situation of politics.


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