Globalization: Causes and Effects
Ethics and International Relations
Theories of International Relations
International Environmental Governance
International Law and Politics
International Security and Conflict
International Political Economy
David A. Deese
August 21, 2012
Globalization: Causes and Effects is the culmination of an eleven volume series that defines and explains the scholarly field of International Relations. Highlighting primary scholarly accomplishments in the field, this final title frames the sub-field of 'Globalization' and documents the...
Joel H. Rosenthal, Ethan B. Kapstein
November 28, 2009
This volume offers a new dimension to realist theories about world politics. It questions both the theoretical and empirical foundations of much of traditional realist thought by offering realist-oriented analyses that emphasize the possibilities of cooperation and accommodation through agreement...
Fred H. Lawson
September 01, 2009
Regionalism has regained momentum in the post-Cold War era. New economic groupings continue to spring up across the globe, while older regional organizations have strengthened their institutional bases and broadened their scope. Explaining the reinvigoration of regionalism requires comparative...
David A. Baldwin
December 19, 2008
International relations theory is a diverse and constantly evolving area of scholarly research reflecting the fluctuations in world politics. This volume brings together a number of the most important research papers published on this subject during the last sixty years. Divided into five thematic...
Peter M. Haas
September 05, 2008
International Environmental Governance reviews the contentious approaches to addressing global and transboundary environmental threats. The volume collects together the most influential and important literature on the major political approaches to dealing with these problems, their histories,...
September 05, 2008
International law has important effects in international relations, and the politics of international relations often determines the ability of states to make international law and to comply with international law. So, it is strange that the academic disciplines of international law and...
Robert J. Lieber
June 17, 2008
The best writing on foreign policy integrates theory and policy in ways that address the principal questions about a country's place in the world and encourage the reader to think about contemporary questions from a long-term perspective. Accordingly, the essays in this volume have been chosen...
June 09, 2008
This important collection of classic articles and papers presents a variety of perspectives on key topics in international security and conflict. These include how the structure of the international system constrains nations’ choices, how domestic politics may affect decisions on war and peace, how...
June 05, 2008
As economic, social and environmental connections among states have grown stronger and denser in the last decades, new levels and types of governance have emerged. The process of globalization, while not entirely new, has created new challenges for policymakers attempting to reap its benefits and...
Ronnie D. Lipschutz
October 13, 2006
This volume offers an historical and comparative overview of the literature, theory, practices and critiques of what has been variously labelled 'global' or 'transnational' civil society, which includes a broad range of non-state actors, political, social and economic. The volume includes an...
Benjamin J. Cohen
September 23, 2005
Prior to the 1970s, few serious efforts were made to bridge the gap between economics and political science in the study of international relations. Systematic scholarly analysis of International Political Economy (IPE), emphasizing formal integration of elements of orthodox market and political...