International Politics: Theory and Practice
This text takes a theory and cases approach. Covers all major topics, especially political economy. Unique chapters on values and the state. Numerous real-world examples and case studies. Each chapter includes study questions and key terms. A historical glossary also included.
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CHAPTER ONE The Discipline of International Politics
CHAPTER TWO Values in Contention in International Politics
CHAPTER THREE Approaches to Analysis of International Politics
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