International Politics: Enduring Concepts and Contemporary Issues
Robert J. Art, Robert Jervis
Addison-Wesley Longman, 2000 - Political Science - 559 pages
* NEW! Challenges to State Power section. The readings selected clearly reflect the major debate in international relations about the role of the state and whether it is diminishing in the changing international environment. * NEW! In Part IV, many new selections and new sections: States Versus Mobile Capital and New Actors and New Forces in World Politics. * NEW! More than 40% of selections are new to this edition. * Introductions to each section set the intellectual context and survey the major points the articles will make. * This reader selects some of the best current scholars in the field, including policy makers, economists, traditional IR scholars, and some classics. The mixture and presentation of alternative perspectives provides students with challenging material in the language of the field.
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