A New A-Z of International Relations Theory -

A New A-Z of International Relations Theory

By Chris Farrands, Imad El-Anis, Roy Smith

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"International Relations" is the multi-disciplinary and heterogeneous study which goes to the heart of relations between states and international organisations embracing international politics, economics, political economy, diplomatic and international history. It seeks to explain the mainsprings of global politics, which is a prime field for historians and especially for political scientists and IR theory, and provides the essential intellectual underpinning of the discipline. This book features over 250 alphabetical entries covering the most important and the latest cutting-edge theory from anarchy to world systems theory. Entries include scholars, writers, concepts, principal debates, argumentation, theories, leading schools of thought, states, international bodies, conflicts and war, treaties and alliances. The coverage is global and comprehensive with substantial cross-referencing, and the extensive index serves as a major reference tool enabling readers to pick up additional important subjects from the main alphabetical entries.Clear and concise writing cuts through even the most opaque theoretical subjects and the result is an essential reference guide for students of International Relations, politics and history and will guide both specialists and general readers through the fast-changing complexities of global politics.

Product code: 9781848855021

ISBN 9781848855021
Dimensions (HxWxD in mm) H216xW138xS28
No. Of Pages 360
Publisher Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
Focuses on the relations between states and international organisations embracing international politics, economics, political economy, diplomatic and international history. This title explains the mainsprings of global politics. It features over 250 alphabetical entries covering important theory from anarchy to world systems theory.