Explaining and Understanding International Relations

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A collaboration between a philosopher and an international relations scholar, this work examines the philosophical issues that underlie the theory of international relations. Part I focuses on the dominant theories of Idealism, Realism, and Behavioralism, and Part II examines the international system, the state, bureaucracies, and the individual--four factors commonly assumed to account for international behavior. The authors conclude with a summary of the links between the two forms of analysis and an open-ended assessment ...

Explaining and Understanding International Relations 1991, OUP Oxford, Oxford, England

ISBN-13: 9780198275893

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