Critical international relations theory after 25 years

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Cambridge University Press, Sep 3, 2007 - Political Science - 176 pages
It is now 25 years since the publication of seminal articles by Robert Cox and Richard Ashley, which introduced the project of critical theory to the international relations discipline. This book brings together a team of world-class scholars to assess the impact of critical scholarship on the discipline over this period and point to future directions for the critical project. The book is an authoritative overview of the current position of critical international relations theory. It is an essential resource for those working in critical international relations theory and for undergraduate and graduate courses on Internal Relations theory.

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Contents

reflections on what remains critical
25
heterodoxy
47
Happy Anniversary Time and critique in International Relations
71
Copyright

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About the author (2007)

Nicholas Rengger is Professor of Political Theory and International Relations at the University of St Andrews. He is Editor of the Review of International Studies.

Ben Thirkell-White is Lecturer in International Relations at the University of St Andrews. He is Associate Editor of the Review of International Studies.

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