Theories of International Relations (Sage Library of International Relations)
By: Cerwyn Moore (editor), Stephen Chan (editor)Hardback
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This major reference work comprises 80 articles representing the most influential theoretical writings by international relations scholars. Introduced by an essay from Stephen Chan and Cerwyn Moore, the four thematically organised volumes cover the major traditions of international relations (IR) theory:
Volume 1 examines realist theory in IR and includes classic realist statements as well as recent theoretical critiques and debates that have helped set the parameters of this approach.
Volume 2 traces the development of pluralist approaches to IR from the historical emergence of liberalism through to contemporary work on globalisation, human rights and ethics.
Volume 3 covers the various structuralist approaches stemming from the thinking of Marx and Gramsci as well as more recent work on the structures of global civil society and international political economy.
Volume 4 focuses on the range of reflexive approaches to international relations that include constructivism, feminism, postmodernism and critical geopolitics.
Together, the four volumes provide an unparalleled resource providing both broad coverage of the subject, historical depth and contemporary relevance.
The SAGE Library of International Relations is a new series of major works that will bring together the most influential and field-defining articles, both classical and contemporary, in a number of key areas of research and inquiry in International Relations.
Each multi-volume set will represent a collection of the essential published works collated from the foremost publications in the field by an Editor or Editorial Team of renowned international stature.
They will also include a full introduction, presenting a rationale for the selection and mapping out the discipline's past, present and likely future.
This series is designed to be a 'gold standard' for university libraries throughout the world with an interest in International Relations.
Volume One: Approaches to International Relations: RealismThe Science of International Politics - E H Carr The Beginnings of a Science in The Twenty Year Crisis: An Introduction to the Study of International RelationsAlternative National Strategies in On Thermonuclear War - Herman KahnThe Goals of Foreign Policy in Discord and Collaboration - Arnold Wolfers Essays on International PoliticsThe Four Paradoxes of Nuclear Strategy - Hans MorgenthauThe New Great Debate - Morton Kaplan Traditionalism versus Science in International RelationsThe Theory of Games and the Balance of Power - R Harrison WagnerThe Decline of the State System? in The Anarchical Society: The Study of Order in World Politics - Hedley Bull Analysis with an Amended Prisoner's Dilemma ModelHedley Bull and His Contribution to Interational Relations - Stanley HoffmanThe Realism of Realism - Alan James The State and Study of International RelationsHedley Bull's Pluralism of Intellect and Solidarism of Will - Nicholas J Wheeler and Timothy DunneRealism in the Study of World Politics - Robert JervisRealist Thought and Neo-Realist Theory - Kenneth WaltzThe Assumption of Anarchy in International Relations Theory - Helen Milner A CritiqueThe False Promise of International Institutions - John J MearsheimerFrom International System to an International Society - Barry Buzan Structural Realism and Regime Theory Meet the English SchoolThe Realist Paradigm and Degenerative versus Progressive Research Programs - John Vasquez An Appraisal of Neo-Traditional Research on Waltz's Balancing PropositionNeo-Realism and the English School - Richard Little A Methodological, Ontological and Theoretical ReassessmentVolume Two: Approaches to International Relations: PluralismFunctional Approach to World Organization - David MitranyPeace Research and International Relations - John BurtonOrganization and Conflict - Kenneth BouldingTwenty-Five Years of Peace Research - Ten Challenges and Some Responses - Johan GaltungPluralism, the Science of Politics and the World System - William T FoxThe Evolution of International Relations in Conflict in World Society - Michael Banks A New Perspective on International RelationsHuman Rights and the Theory of International Relations in Human Rights and International Relations - R J VincentParadigms in Conflict - A J R Groom The Strategist, the Conflict Researcher and the Peace ResearcherKant and the Kantian Paradigm in International Relations - Andrew HurrellThe Kantian Peace - Bruce Russett and John Oneal Assessing the Pacific Benefits of Democracy, Independence and International Organizations, 1885-1992Liberalism and World Politics - Michael W DoyleReciprocity in International Relations - Robert O KeohanePower and Interdependence Revisited - Robert O Keohane and Joseph S Nye JrInternational Regimes - Oran Young Toward a New Theory of InstitutionsStates, Firms and Diplomacy - Susan StrangeThe End of History? - Francis FukuyamaThe Clash of Civilizations? - Samuel P HuntingtonInternational Liberalism and Distributive Justice - Charles Beitz A Survey of Recent ThoughtThe Moral Basis of Humanitarian Intervention - Terry NardinTragedy, Ethics and International Relations - Mervyn FrostVolume Three: Approaches to International Relations: StructuralismThe Postwar Boom - Andre Gunder FrankFrom Sociology to Historical Social Science - Immanuel Wallerstein Prospects and ObstaclesOn Thinking about Future World Order - Robert CoxHistorical Materialism and International Relations Theory - B K GillsMarxism and International Relations - John Maclean A Strange Case of Mutual NeglectThe Silence of the Academics - Hazel Smith International Social Theory, Historical Materialism and Political ValueOpen Marxism and Vulgar International Political Economy - Peter BurnhamRealism, Marxism and Critical International Theory - Andrew LinklaterThe Epistemology of Poverty and the Poverty of Epistemology in IPE - Roger Tooze and Craig Murphy Mystery, Blindness and InvisibilityCoxian Historicism as an Alternative Perspective in International Studies - James MittelmanThe Persistent Myth of Lost Hegemony - Susan StrangeInternational Institutions, Decolonization and Development - Craig Murphy and Enrico AugelliGlobal Monitor - Rorden Wilkinson The World Trade OrganizationThe State of Globalization - Martin Shaw Towards a Theory of State TransformationEngaging Gramsci - R Germain and Michael Kenny International Relations Theory and the New GramsciansThe Historical Sociology of the State and the State of Historical Sociology in International Relations - John M HobsonThe Political Economy of Proximity - Chris May Intellectual Property and the Global Division of Information LabourTheorizing the International System - Steve Hobden Perspectives from Historical SociologyCivil Society at the Turn of the Millennium - Robert Cox Prospects for an Alternative World OrderCommentary - Noam Chomsky Moral Truisms, Empirical Evidence and Foreign PolicyVolume Four: Contemporary Reflexive Approaches in International RelationsThe Geopolitics of Geopolitical Space - Richard K Ashley Toward a Critical Social Theory of International PoliticsOn the Possibilities of World Order Discourse - R B J WalkerThe Events of Discourse and the Ethics of Global Hospitality - Michael J Shapiro'Conclusion: The Future of International Relations' in Rethinking International Relations - Fred HallidayHistory Ends, Worlds Collide - Chris BrownGender Makes the World Go Round - Cynthia EnloeGood Girls, Little Girls and Bad Girls - Cynthia Weber Male ParanoiaFeminist Theories and International Relations - Jean Bethke ElshstainWell, What Is the Feminist Perspective on Bosnia? - Marysia ZalewskiThe Private Is Global - Jill Steans Feminist Politics and Global Political EconomyThe Yawning Vacuum - Rajni Kothari A World without AlternativesTextualizing the Self - Vivianne Jabri Moral Agency in Intercultural DiscourseConstructing International Politics - Alexander WendtVirtuous War/Virtual Theory - James Der DerianInternational Engagements - David Campbell The Politics of North American International Relations TheoryAfter Post-Positivism - Heikki Patom[um]aki and Colin Wight The Promise of Critical RealismEmpathetic Co-Operation - Christine Sylvester A Feminist Method of IRThe Aesthetic Turn in International Political Theory - Roland BleikerAgents, Structures, Narratives - Hidemi SuganamiA New Triptych for International Relations in the 21st Century - Stephen Chan Beyond Waltz and beyond Lacan's Antigone
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