Deze website maakt gebruik van cookies. Klik hier voor meer informatie.X sluit
Uitgebreid zoeken
E-book

Towards an era of development

the globalization of socialism and Christian democracy, 1945-1965

Towards an era of development - Peter van Kemseke - ISBN: 9789461661098
Prijs: € 25,00
Levertijd: Direct. E-book, digitale levering, ePub.   (Hoe werkt dit?)
Mediatype: E-book (15-04-2017)
Genre: Politieke geschiedenis en geschiedenis van de internationale betrekkingen
Add to cart

Beschrijving

A world of difference separates global politics in 1945 from 1965. In the twenty years after the second world war, a 'Third World' was added to the Cold War concepts of the 'First' and 'Second' worlds, and post-war decolonization had ushered in an 'era of development'. For the first time ever, theories and policies to eradicate underdevelopment became prominent on the global agenda and advanced to the top priority on the United Nations' agenda. This international evolution inevitably had a dramatic impact on Socialism and Christian Democracy, two major ideologies which had their roots in Western Europe. Both became part of the global political dialogues taking place beyond Europe's borders. The result was a fascinating clash of Western and non-Western belief systems. But was it only that? Or were these political ideologies being used as vehicles for promoting national interests? Was the expansion of both ideologies beyond Europe driven, or even manipulated by realpolitical considerations or can ideologies truly wield autonomous international momentum capable of influencing global politics on their own? And how successful were these ideologies in expanding beyond their European home base? These are questions that seem more relevant to explore today than ever before.

Details

Titel: Towards an era of development
auteur: Peter van Kemseke
Mediatype: E-book
Taal: Engels
Druk: 1
Aantal pagina's: 324
Uitgever: Universitaire Pers Leuven
Publicatiedatum: 2017-04-15
NUR: Politieke geschiedenis en geschiedenis van de internationale betrekkingen
ISBN/ISBN13: 9789461661098
Intern nummer: 26880497