Understanding International Relations

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Palgrave, 2001 - Political Science - 296 pages
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This concise introductory text for students approaching the subject of international relations for the first time takes as its starting point the main theoretical approaches which have been adopted historically and shows how these can be applied to understanding the central questions of war and peace, poverty and wealth, economic management and global governance confronting the world today. The second edition has been revised and updated throughout with increased coverage of globalization and of the emerging 21st-century world order.

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Chris Brown is Professor of International Relations, London School of Economics.

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