Understanding Global Politics is a pioneering work, which analyses contemporary issues such as climate change, migration, nuclear proliferation, terrorism as well as feminist perspective on International Relations. It covers the various dimensions of globalisation which affects on the accelerating world. The intergovernmental agencies such as International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), International Court of Justice as well as the United Nations, are instrumental in directing the energies towards the control of proliferation of nuclear weapons. The last section of the book deliberates on the global shifts, power and governance in a fast changing world order. The salience of global, regional and economic groupings like WTO, IMF, World Bank, BRICS, EU, etc are covered in great detail. The book presents an opportunity to engage in Applied Global Politics and explore the core concept by students of Political Science, International Relations, as well as refresher for scholars of defence and security studies.