International Relations (Critical Concepts in Political Science)

International Relations (Critical Concepts in Political Science)

By: Andrew Linklater (editor), Andrew Linklater (contributor)Hardback

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Comprising more than 80 influential papers published in the 20th century, this set is the most comprehensive guide to appear to date. It is an indispensible research tool for students in upper level undergraduate programmes and taught postgraduate students. Researchers will also find it invaluable to have key essays in the development of international relations theory brought together in these volumes. The set gathers together essential papers from recent years, alongside classic studies from earlier periods. Organised into ten main areas, the themes covered include: * the nature and purpose of international theory * realism and idealism * scientific approaches * approaches to international cooperation * the liberal democratic peace * Marxism * historical sociology * critical theory * political theory and International Relations * normative approaches to world order A substantial new index and Linklater's new introduction make this an invaluable research tool.

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Section I: The Nature and Purpose of International Relations Theory1. Martin Wright Why is there no international theory? Diplomatic Investigations: Essays in the Theory of International Politics [1966]2. Hans Morgenthau The intellectual and political foundations of a theory of international relations The Role of Theory in International Relations [1964]3. Hedley N. Bull The theory of international politics, 1919-69 The Aberystwyth Papers: International Politics 1919-69 [1972]4. Stanley Hoffmann An American social science: international relations Daedalus [1977]5. Hayward Alker and Thomas J. Biersteker The dialectics of world order: notes for a future archeologist of international savoir faire International Studies Quarterly [1984]6. Richard K. Ashley and R.B.J. Walker Reading dissidence/writing the discipline: crisis and the question of sovereignty in international studies International Studies Quarterly [1990]7. J. Ann Tickner You just don't understand: troubled engagements between feminists and IR theorists International Studies Quarterly [1997]Section II: Idealism and Realism8. Andreas Osiander Re-reading early twentieth-century IR theory: idealism revisited International Studies Quarterly [1998]9. Edward Hallet Carr The beginnings of a science The Twenty Years Crisis, 1919-1939: an Introduction to the Study of International Relations [1961]10. John H. Herz Idealist internationalism and the security dilemma World Politics [1950]11. Hans J. Morgenthau Another 'great debate': the national interest of the United States American Political Science Review [1952]12. Arnold Wolfers The pole of power and the pole of indifference World Politics [1951]13. Ken Booth Security in anarchy: Utopian Realism in theory and practice International Affairs [1991]Section III: The Scientific Turn and its Critics14. Morton Kaplan Problems of theory building and theory confirmation in international politics World Politics [1961]15. Hedley Bull International theory: the case for a classical approach World Politics [1966]16. Morton Kaplan The new great debate: traditionalism versus science in international relations World Politics [1966]17. J. David Singer The incompleat theorist: insight without evidence Contending Approaches to International Politics [1969]18. Hidemi Suganami Correlates On the Causes of War [1996]19. John L. Gaddis International relations theory and the end of the Cold War International Security [1992-93]20. Alexander Wendt The agent-structure problem in international relations theory International Organisation [1987]21. Jim George and David Campbell Patterns of dissent and the celebration of difference: critical social theory and international relations International Studies Quarterly [1990]22. Steve Smith Positivism and beyond International Theory: Positivism and Beyond [1996]Section IV: Society and Cooperation in International Relations23. Hedley M. Bull Society and anarchy in international relations Diplomatic Investigations: Essays in the Theory of International Politics [1961]24. Alexander Wendt Anarchy is what states make of it: the social construction of world politics International Organisation [1992]25. Karl W. Deutsch 'Concepts and processes' and 'transactions and integration' Political Community at the International Level: Problems of Definition and Measurement [1970]26. David Mitrany A functional approach to world organisation International Affairs [1948]27. Ernst B. Haas

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  • publication date: 28/09/2000
  • ISBN13: 9780415201377
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 2234
  • ID: 9780415201377
  • weight: 4014
  • ISBN10: 0415201373

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