Classics of International Relations

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Abstract

Offering an innovative mix of 54 classic and contemporary readings by some of our greatest thinkers and scholars, this reputable book provides one of the best single analyses and introductions to the most enduring questions of international relations. Now updated with many selections from the 1990s, the text examines: 1) the relationship between morality and politics; 2) current debates over theory and method; 3) the nature of foreign policy and global conflict; and 4) how to create lasting peace, with a special focus on how to build and maintain peace in the post-cold war era.
Original languageEnglish (US)
PublisherPearson
Edition3
StatePublished - 1996

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