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The Globalization of World Politics: An Introduction to International Relations [Paperback]

John Baylis , Steve Smith , Patricia Owens
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Table of Contents

  • John Baylis, Steve Smith and Patricia Owens: Introduction
  • 1: Anthony McGrew: Globalization and global politics
  • <b>Part One: The historical context</b>
  • 2: David Armstrong: The evolution of international society
  • 3: Len Scott: International history, 1900-1999
  • 4: Michael Cox: From the cold war to the world economic crisis
  • <b>Part Two: Theories of world politics</b>
  • 5: Tim Dunne and Brian C. Schmidt: Realism
  • 6: Tim Dunne: Liberalism
  • 7: Steven L. Lamy: Contemporary mainstream approaches: neo-realism and neo-liberalism
  • 8: Stephen Hobden and Richard Wyn Jones: Marxist and critical theories of international relations
  • 9: Michael Barnett: Social constructivism
  • 10: Lene Hansen: Post structuralism
  • 11: Christine Sylvester: Post colonialism
  • 12: Richard Shapcott: International ethics
  • <b>Part Three: Structures and processes</b>
  • 13: Mike Sheehan: The changing character of war
  • 14: John Baylis: International and global security
  • 15: Ngaire Woods: International political economy in an age of globalization
  • 16: J. Ann Tickner: Gender in world politics
  • 17: Christian Reus-Smit: International law
  • 18: Richard Little: International regimes
  • 19: Paul Taylor and Devon Curtis: The United Nations
  • 20: Peter Willetts: Transnational actors and international organizations in global politics
  • <b>Part Four: International issues</b>
  • 21: John Vogler: Environmental issues
  • 22: James D. Kiras: Terrorism and globalization
  • 23: Darryl Howlett: Nuclear proliferation
  • 24: John Breuilly: Nationalism
  • 25: Simon Murden: Culture in world affairs
  • 26: Edward Best and Thomas Christiansen: Regionalism in international affairs
  • 27: Matthew Watson: Global trade and finance
  • 28: Caroline Thomas and Tony Evans: Poverty, development, and hunger
  • 29: Amitav Acharya: Human security
  • 30: Jack Donnelly: Human rights
  • 31: Alex J. Bellamy and Nicholas J. Wheeler: Humanitarian intervention in world politics
  • <b>Part Five: Globalization in the future</b>
  • 32: Andrew Linklater: Globalization and the transformation of political community
  • 33: Ian Clark: Globalization and the post-cold war order

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