Individualism and World Politics
St. Martin's Press, 1999 - Political Science - 227 pages
This collection of essays written by an international team of ten scholars deals with the status of individuals in world politics and tries to connect macro and micro levels of analysis. The first five contributions explore some of the theoretical and methodological problems related to the individualistic perspective in international relations; the other five examine the role of exceptional or ordinary individuals in different spheres of international politics.
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