Contending Theories of International Relations: A Comprehensive Survey
This important text takes an in-depth look at the factors shaping the present and emerging international system. Professors Dougherty and Pfaltzgraff examine a broad range of theoretical perspectives - traditional and behavioral, normative and scientific, qualitative and quantitative. These perspectives are applied to several disciplines, including history, economics, geography, and law.
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Way back when, I taught courses in international politics at Alfred University (in Western New York). This book was a nice resource, helping me develop lectures in a variety of perspectives on ... Read full review
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