The shock of the global : the 1970s in perspective

edited by Niall Ferguson ... [et al.]

From the vantage point of the United States or Western Europe, the 1970s was a time of troubles: economic 'stagflation,' political scandal, and global turmoil. Yet from an international perspective it was a seminal decade, one that brought the reintegration of the world after the great divisions of the mid-twentieth century. It was the 1970s that introduced the world to the phenomenon of 'globalization,' as networks of interdependence bound people and societies in new and original ways. The 1970s saw the breakdown of the postwar economic order and the advent of floating currencies and free capital movements. Non-state actors rose to prominence while the authority of the superpowers diminished. Transnational issues such as environmental protection, population control, and human rights attracted unprecedented attention. The decade transformed international politics, ending the era of bipolarity and launching two great revolutions that would have repercussions in the twenty-first century: the Iranian theocratic revolution and the Chinese market revolution. "The Shock of the Global" examines the large-scale structural upheaval of the 1970s by transcending the standard frameworks of national borders and superpower relations. It reveals for the first time an international system in the throes of enduring transformations.

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書名 The shock of the global : the 1970s in perspective
著作者等 Ferguson, Niall
Adelman, Jeremy
Borstelmann, Thomas
Connelly, Matthew
Gavin, Francis J.
Hyman, Louis
Jalal, Ayesha
Manela, Erez
Sargent, Daniel J.
Maier, Charles S.
出版元 Belknap Press of Harvard University Press
刊行年月 2010
ページ数 xii, 434 p.
大きさ 24 cm
ISBN 9780674061866
9780674049048
NCID BB02186691
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言語 英語
出版国 アメリカ合衆国
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