Classics of International Relations 3e
1) the relationship between morality and politics; 2) current debates over theory and method;
3) the nature of foreign policy and global conflict; and 4) how to create lasting peace, with a special focus on how to build and maintain peace in the post-cold war era.
Table of Contents
I. MORALITY AND POLITICS.
2. Just War and Idealism.
3. The Radical Critique.
II. DEBATES OVER METHODS AND THEORY.
4. Defining International Relations Inquiry.
5. Challenging the Realist Paradigm.
III. FOREIGN POLICY AND GLOBAL CONFLICT.
6. Explanations of Foreign Policy.
IV. THE SEARCH FOR PEACE.
10. The Balance of Power.
11. Politico-Military Strategy and Nuclear Deterrence.
12. Global Leadership, World Order, and the World Political Economy.
13. The Democratic Security Community.
14. International Law and World Government.