Contending Theories of International Relations: A Comprehensive Survey
A comprehensive survey of classic and contemporary theories in international relations, this text contains coverage of the nature of theory as well as the ongoing development of theories and relationships between them. This fourth edition of the work has been updated to include new writings on neorealist/structural realism, democratic peace theory, neoliberal theory, the causes of Long Peace anarchy and political integration, post Cold War deterance, theories related to geographic and environmental factors, and recent developments in the theories of war.
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