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Govella, Kristi

Works: 2 works in 32 publications in 1 language and 740 library holdings
Roles: Editor
Classifications: HF4030.7, 327.47009051
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Most widely held works by Kristi Govella
Responding to a resurgent Russia : Russian policy and responses from the European union and the United States by Vinod K Aggarwal( )

16 editions published between 2010 and 2012 in English and held by 396 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Introduction -- How Russia Sees the World -- US-Russia Relations in the Post-Western World -- Russia and the West: Partners, Allies, or Adversaries?- Russia in the Global Economy -- Nuclear Power Regulation in Russia and France: Innovation and Public Interest as Determinants of Sustainable Development -- Meeting the Russian Challenge in the Obama Era -- Reformatting the EU-Russia Pseudo-Partnership: What a Difference a Crisis Makes -- Conclusion
Linking trade and security : evolving institutions and strategies in Asia, Europe, and the United States by Vinod K Aggarwal( )

16 editions published between 2012 and 2013 in English and held by 344 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The connections between trade and security are hardly new. Analysts and practitioners have clearly recognized this interrelationship since the mercantilist arguments of the 16th and 17th centuries. Despite wishful economic liberal thinking that might prefer to separate the political from the economic, it is widely recognized that trade and security are fundamentally interconnected in the foreign policy of states. Over time, as new forms of trade policy have come into being and the international security environment has evolved, the nexus of these two spheres has grown more complex and scholars have struggled to understand their interconnection This edited volume addresses linkages between trade and security by examining the influence of security factors in driving trade policy measures and the corresponding implications of different types of trade arrangements for international security. Ultimately, the project shows that several elements--traditional economic factors, traditional security factors, and human security factors--can affect the development of trade agreements and unilateral policies, and that trade policies may have both a direct and an indirect effect on traditional and human security. The project focuses on Asia, a region where economics is increasingly important but many security issues still linger unresolved, as a primary setting to test trade linkage theories. It also provides a comparative perspective through examination of how the EU and US have used their trade policies to achieve non-economic goals and how these policies have influenced their security environment. Case studies in this project cover key trade institutions and agreements including the World Trade Organization, the Association of Southeast Asian Nations, ASEAN Plus Three, the East Asia Summit, the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation forum, the Shanghai Cooperation Organization, and bilateral preferential trade agreements
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Responding to a resurgent Russia : Russian policy and responses from the European union and the United States
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