|Series||World politics series, Chandler publications in political science|
|LC Classifications||JX4001 .C65|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||262|
|LC Control Number||65016764|
The Concept of the State in International Relations viii of International law – (). He is currently working on a history of international legal thought, – William E. Scheuerman is Professor of Political Science at Indiana University, where he presently serves as Graduate Director and. This book provides students with a fresh overview of the main theories of the state found in International Relations. The author introduces readers to state theory, argues that existing theories of the state are limited, and proposes a new by: "This book provides students with a fresh overview of the main theories of the state found in International Relations. The book surveys realist, liberal, Marxist, constructivist, postmodern, postmodern feminist and neo-Weberian approaches to the state, and places each perspective's view of the state in relation to its theory of IR as a whole. As editors of this book, we hope you enjoy reading the book and it guides you in observing international arena and motivates for analytical thinking on international relations.
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He is the author of Political Realism, Freud, and Human Nature in International Relations (Palgrave, ) and the editor of The Concept of the State in International Relations: Philosophy, Sovereignty and Cosmopolitanism (Edinburgh University Press, ). Peter M. R. Stirk is Senior Lecturer in Politics at Durham University. Colonial Knowledge, International Relations, and the Anglo-Afghan Encounter, – by Martin J. Bayly (Cambridge University Press, ) This book marks a novel intervention into the debate on empire and international relations, and offers a new perspective on nineteenth-century Anglo-Afghan relations. Assessing the influence of non-governmental organizations on international and transnational politics, as well as examining the importance of non-state actors in a world of nation-states, this theoretically rich text also discusses approaches that deal with the interplay between domestic and international politics. Thorough and insightful, this text draws on perspectives and theories from. This is a textbook, an introduction to the discipline of International Relations. The aim is to present within a relatively small compass an overview of the current state of International Relations theory. This book could be used as a text for undergraduate-level introductory courses, but it could also serve.