The Oxford Handbook of International Relations

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Christian Reus-Smit, Duncan Snidal
Oxford University Press, 15 авг. 2008 г. - Всего страниц: 792
The Oxford Handbook of International Relations offers the most authoritative and comprehensive overview to date of the field of international relations. Arguably the most impressive collection of international relations scholars ever brought together within one volume, the Handbook debates the nature of the field itself, critically engages with the major theories, surveys a wide spectrum of methods, addresses the relationship between scholarship and policy making, and examines the field's relation with cognate disciplines. The Handbook takes as its central themes the interaction between empirical and normative inquiry that permeates all theorizing in the field and the way in which contending approaches have shaped one another. In doing so, the Handbook provides an authoritative and critical introduction to the subject and establishes a sense of the field as a dynamic realm of argument and inquiry. The Oxford Handbook of International Relations will be essential reading for all of those interested in the advanced study of global politics and international affairs.
 

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IMAGINING THE DISCIPLINE
39
MAJOR THEORETICAL PERSPECTIVES
107
THE QUESTION OF METHOD
423
BRIDGING THE SUBFIELD BOUNDARIES
537
THE SCHOLAR AND THE POLICYMAKER
633
THE QUESTION OF DIVERSITY
661
OLD AND NEW
689
NAME INDEX
733
SUBJECT INDEX
747
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Professor Reus-Smit's research focuses on the politics of international ethics and institutions, and he has published widely on issues of global governance, multilateralism, human rights, and international relations theory. Professor Reus-Smit is currently engaged in projects on Resolving International Crises of Legitimacy (funded by the British Academy and the Rockefeller Foundation), and on the role of rights politics in the development of the modern international system (funded by the Australian Research Council). Duncan Snidal is an Associate Professor in the Harris School, the Department of Political Science, and Chair of the Committee on International Relations. Snidal's research focuses on international relations with an emphasis on international political economy and institutions. He has worked on problems of international cooperation, including how the distribution of capability and interests affects outcomes. He is currently working on the role of international institutions, including law and formal organizations, in promoting cooperation. Snidal is also interested in applying formal techniques to policy analysis. He is Director of the Program on International Politics, Economics, and Security (PIPES) and is currently Chair of the Committee on International Relations at the University of Chicago.

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