Introduction to international relations : enduring questions and contemporary perspectives / Joseph Grieco, G. John Ikenberry, Michael Mastanduno.
By: Grieco, Joseph M
Contributor(s): Ikenberry, G. John | Mastanduno, MichaelMaterial type: TextPublisher: London : Palgrave / Macmillan Publishers Limited, 2015Description: xxxviii, 503 p. : col. ill. ; 25 cmISBN: 9781137398802 (pbk.); 1137398809 (pbk.)Subject(s): International relations -- Study and teaching | | BAEPS, Political Science November2016DDC classification: 327 Online resources: Innovative learning resources
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Glossary : p. 454-474.
Index : p. 495-503.
Bibliography : p. 475-494.
1. Understanding International Relations -- pt. 1. : FOUNDATIONS OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS -- 2. The Emergence of a Global System of States, 1500-today -- 3. Theories of International Relations -- 4. The Analysis of Foreign Policy -- pt. 2.: WAR AND PEACE: AN INTRODUCTION TO SECURITY STUDIES -- 5. War and Its Causes -- 6. Pathways to Interstate Peace -- 7. Weapons of Mass Destruction -- pt.3: WEALTH AND POWER: AN INTRODUCTION TO INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL ECONOMY -- 8. International Politics and International Economics: Trade, Money, Multinationals, and Institutions -- 9. Power, Politics, and the World Economy -- 10. Dilemmas of Development -- pt.4: CONTEMPORARY CHALLENGES AND THE FUTURE OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS -- 11. Pirates, Warlords, and Terrorists: Challenges to the State -- 12. The Environment and International Relations -- 13. Facing the Future: Six Visions of an Emerging International Order.
"Based on many years of teaching international relations courses and long-time collaboration between the authors, this major new text provides an authoritative introduction to international relations and to the long-standing questions that have engaged generations of IR scholars and students. Boxed features in each chapter help students navigate the 'levels of analysis', view the world from multiple perspectives, and 'make connections' between theory and practice, past and present, and aspirations and reality"--