International Relations Theory: Realism, Pluralism, Globalism, and Beyond

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Paul R. Viotti, Mark V. Kauppi
Allyn and Bacon, 1999 - Political Science - 509 pages
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A rich and diverse collection of theoretical essays and excerpts, this volume divides and organizes the material by category for clarity and comprehensiveness. Selections range from the works of Thucydides to Alexander Wendt and comprise a rich and thorough overview of International Relations literature. Sections are organized by categories related to Globalism, Realism, and Pluralism. For anyone with an interest in International Relations Theories.

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Auteur(s) LinkViotti, Paul R..
Titre LinkInternational relations theory :realism, pluralism, globalism /Paul R. Viotti, Mark V. Kauppi.
Edition 2nd ed.
Publication New York :Macmillan ;Toronto :Maxwell Macmillan Canada,c1993..
Description 606 p.
ISBN Link0024230219
Langue eng
Autre auteur Pers. LinkKauppi, Mark V.
Sujet - LC LinkInternational relations.
LC No. JX1391 .V57 1993
Dewey 327 20
 

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Contents

The Levels of Analysis
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Summation
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SELECTED READINGS
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About the author (1999)

Paul R. Viotti is a professor at the University of Denver's Graduate School of International Studies and the Deputy Director of the university's Institute on Globalization & Security.
Mark V. Kauppi is program manager and instructor in the Department of Defense's counterterrorism training program and is also on the faculty at Georgetown University's School of Foreign Service. In addition to this volume on "International Relations and World Politics," as joint efforts the two coauthors have also published "International Relations Theory" and "The Global Philosophers." Aside from their collaborative efforts, each has authored numerous journal articles and edited other volumes on international relations, comparative politics, foreign policy and national security.

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