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The Non-Aligned Movement

The Origins of a Third World Alliance

by Peter Willetts

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Published by Pinter Pub Ltd .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Central government policies,
  • International relations,
  • Foreign Relations

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages288
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9497885M
    ISBN 100903804336
    ISBN 109780903804332

      With the end of the Cold War, the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) has lost its relevance and significance. Many believed that the international system was moving towards a permanent unipolar new world order. The last decade, however, witnessed the emergence of new power-centers with the ability to restructure the world into several blocs. Now, some believe in a Second Cold by: 1. The non-aligned movement. [I I Kovalenko; R A Tuzmukhamedov;] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Book: All Authors / Contributors: I I Kovalenko; R A Tuzmukhamedov. Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number:

      Non Aligned Movement Baku summit, Why PM Modi skipped 18th NAM Summit? Current Affairs - Duration: Study IQ education , views. The Heads of State and Government of the Non-Aligned Movement, gathered in the Island of Margarita, Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, within the framework of the XVII Conference Summit, on September , under the theme “Peace, Sovereignty and Solidarity for Development”, undertook a review of the international situation.

    The Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) is an international organization (group of countries) who do not want to be officially aligned with or against any major power bloc (group of countries). In , the movement had members and 25 observer countries.. The group was started in Belgrade in It was created by Yugoslavia's President, Josip Broz Tito, India's first Prime Minister, Jawaharlal Establishment: in Belgrade, as the Conference of .   The phrase “non-aligned” was first used by V K Krishna Menon at the United Nations General Assembly in and by Jawahar Lal Nehru in But as early as in late s, Nehru had spelt out the strategy behind the phrase, first in Constituent Assembly debates and later in Parliament.


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This book puts the Non-Aligned Movement into its wider historical context and sheds light on the long-term connections and entanglements of the Afro-Asian world. It assembles scholars from differing fields of research, such as Asian Studies, Eastern European and Southeast European History, 3/5.

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It assembles scholars from differing fields of research, such as Asian Studies, Eastern European and Southeast European History, Cold War Studies, Middle Eastern Studies and International cturer: Routledge. The A to Z of the Non-Aligned Movement and Third World Guy Arnold During the long period when the world was divided between East and West and the Cold War threatened to turn hot with devastating consequences, the Non-Aligned Movement was one of the few institutions that consistently sought other outcomes not in its own interest, but that of all humanity.

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The Principles of Non-alignment: The Non-aligned Countries in the Eighties: Results and Perspectives Hans Köchler International Progress Organization, - Neutrality - pagesReviews: 1.

A book on The Soviet Union and the Strategy of Non-Alignment in the Third World by Roy Allison mentioned that the official Soviet encouragement for the policy of non-alignment and Soviet support for the program of the Non-Aligned Movement in the s and s have been a part of a broad Soviet strategy aimed at weakening and ultimately.

Showing 13 results for Non Aligned Movement. ( seconds) “What’s in a Name?” The Non-Aligned Movement in Modi’s Foreign Policy. NAM or the Non-Aligned Movement is an important concept in world politics.

India played a major role in its inception and so, NAM is an important topic for the UPSC exam. The Non-Aligned Movement is a Movement of countries representing the interests and priorities of developing countries. In my recent book, The Non-Aligned Movement: Genesis, Organization and Politics (), I expose how the NAM became a new actor in international politics.

Institutionalized in the s, it played a significant role in both the North-South conflict and the development of South-South relations. An innovative look at the Non-Aligned Movement with a strong historical component, the book will be of great interest to academics working in the field of International Affairs, international history of the 20th century, the Cold War, Race Relations as well as scholars interested in Asian, African and Eastern European history.

show more3/5(1). In The Non-Aligned Movement, Jürgen Dinkel examines for the first time the history of the NAM since the interwar period as a special reaction of the “Global South” to changing global orders. The study shows breaks and caesurae as well as continuities in the history of globalization and analyses the history of international relations from a non-western : Jürgen Dinkel.

This book could not have been written without the financial support of the Justus Liebig University, The Formation of the Non-Aligned Movement in the s and the North-South Conflict. The Non-Aligned Movement in the s. The Non-Aligned Movement after the East-West : Jürgen Dinkel.

The Non-Aligned Movement emerged in the context of the wave of decolonization that followed World War II. At the Bandung Conference (the Asian-African Conference), the attendees, many of whose countries had recently gained their independence, called for “abstention from the use of arrangements of collective defense to serve the particular interests of any of the big powers.”.

This book puts the Non-Aligned Movement into its wider historical context and sheds light on the long-term connections and entanglements of the Afro-Asian world. It assembles scholars from differing fields of research, such as Asian Studies, Eastern European and. Although the Non-Aligned Movement tried to transcend the Cold War, its foundation in was triggered, and its first dozen years were shaped, by the superpower conflict.1 The movement combined a diverse group of mostly African, Asian and Latin American countries, which shared anxieties over their lack of influence in international relations, over economic development, and over peace in by: 1.

The NOOK Book (eBook) of the The A to Z of the Non-Aligned Movement and Third World by Guy Arnold at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping Pages: The Non-Aligned Movement and the Reform of International Relations Hennie Strydom I. Introduction II. Seeking Shelter from the Storm III. Some Main Concerns of the Non-Aligned Movement 1.

Disarmament and International Security 2. United Nations Reform a. The Relationship Between the Principal Organs of the United Nations Size: KB. The Non-Aligned Movement was formed during the Cold War, largely on the initiative of then-Yugoslav President Josip Broz Tito, as an organization of States that did not seek to formally align themselves with either the United States or the Soviet Union, but sought to remain independent or neutral.

The basic concept for the group originated in. An innovative look at the Non-Aligned Movement with a strong historical component, the book will be of great interest to academics working in the field of International Affairs, international history of the 20th century, the Cold War, Race Relations as well as scholars interested in Asian, African and Eastern European history.

Description: Just what the Non-Aligned Movement and Third World sought_and at times achieved_is set forth in this unique reference work, with its over cross-referenced dictionary entries on important persons, organizations, and conferences, as well as the key issues and concepts.

The Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) was created and founded during the collapse of the colonial system and the independence struggles of the peoples of Africa, Asia, Latin America and other regions of the world and at the height of the Cold War.

Expand/Collapse Synopsis During the long period when the world was divided between East and West and the Cold War threatened to turn hot with devastating consequences, the Non-Aligned Movement was one of the few institutions that consistently sought other outcomes not in its own interest, but that of all : Scarecrow Press.