This book starts from the premise that international relations theory is going through major changes. It deals both with the impact of a changing world on our thinking and also reflects the wider intellectual turmoil that is currently facing the social sciences and the humanities.
The Contributors. Preface. 1. Self--Images of a Discipline: a Genealogy of International Relations Theory: Steve Smith. 2. The End of the Cold War and International Relations: Some Analytic and Theoretical Conclusions: Fred Halliday. 3. International Relations and the Triumph of Capitalism: Richard Little. 4. International Political Theory and the Idea of World Community: Chris Brown. 5. The Political Theory of International Society: Robert H Jackson. 6. International Political Theory and the Global Environment: Andrew Hurrell. 7. Political Economy and International Relations: Susan Strange. 8. Re--Visioning Security: J. Ann Tickner. 9. The Level of Analysis Problem in International Relations Reconsidered: Barry Buzan. 10. The Post--Positivist Debate: Reconstructing Scientific Enquiry and International Relations Theory After Enlightenmenta s Fall: John A Vasquez. 11. Neo--realism in Theory and Practice: Andrew Linklater. 12. International Politics and Political Theory: Jean Bethke Elshtain. 13. Questions about Identity in International Relations: Marysia Zalewski and Cynthia Enloe. 14. International Relations and the Concept of the Political: R B J Walker. 15. Dare not to Know. International Relations Theory versus the Future: Ken Booth. Index.
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