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(p. 1211) International Relations

(p. 1211) International Relations

    • About the Contributors xi

  • Part I Introduction

    1. 1. Between Utopia and Reality: The Practical Discourses of International Relations 3

      Christian Reus-Smit & Duncan Snidal

  • Part II Imagining the Discipline

    1. 2. The State and International Relations 41

      David A. Lake

    2. 3. From International Relations to Global Society 62

      Michael Barnett & Kathryn Sikkink

    3. 4. The Point Is not Just to Explain the World but to Change It 84

      Robert W. Cox

    4. 5. A Disabling Discipline? 94

      Phillip Darby

  • Part III Major Theoretical Perspectives

    1. 6. Eclectic Theorizing in the Study and Practice of International Relations 109

      Peter Katzenstein & Rudra Sil

    2. 7. Realism 131

      William C. Wohlforth

    3. 8. The Ethics of Realism 150

      Jack Donnelly

    4. 9. Marxism 163

      Benno Teschke

    5. (p. 1212) 10. The Ethics of Marxism 188

      Nicholas Rengger

    6. 11. Neoliberal Institutionalism 201

      Arthur A. Stein

    7. 12. The Ethics of Neoliberal Institutionalism 222

      James L. Richardson

    8. 13. The New Liberalism 234

      Andrew Moravcsik

    9. 14. The Ethics of the New Liberalism 255

      Gerry Simpson

    10. 15. The English School 267

      Tim Dunne

    11. 16. The Ethics of the English School 286

      Molly Cochran

    12. 17. Constructivism 298

      Ian Hurd

    13. 18. The Ethics of Constructivism 317

      Richard Price

    14. 19. Critical Theory 327

      Richard Shapcott

    15. 20. The Ethics of Critical Theory 346

      Robyn Eckersley

    16. 21. Postmodernism 359

      Anthony Burke

    17. 22. The Ethics of Postmodernism 378

      Peter Lawler

    18. 23. Feminism 391

      Sandra Whitworth

    19. 24. The Ethics of Feminism 408

      Jacqui True

  • (p. 1213) Part IV The Question of Method

    1. 25. Methodological Individualism and Rational Choice 425

      Andrew H. Kydd

    2. 26. Sociological Approaches 462

      Friedrich Kratochwil

    3. 27. Psychological Approaches 462

      James Goldgeier & Philip Tetlock

    4. 28. Quantitative Approaches 481

      Edward D. Mansfield & Jon C. Pevehouse

    5. 29. Case Study Methods 499

      Andrew Bennett & Colin Elman

    6. 30. Historical Methods 518

      Joel Quirk

  • Part V Bridging the Subfield Boundaries

    1. 31. International Political Economy 539

      John Ravenhill

    2. 32. Strategic Studies 558

      Robert Ayson

    3. 33. Foreign-Policy Decision-making 576

      Douglas T. Stuart

    4. 34. International Ethics 594

      Terry Nardin

    5. 35. International Law 612

      Michael Byers

  • Part VI The Scholar and the Policy-Maker

    1. 36. Scholarship and Policy-making: Who Speaks Truth to Whom? 635

      Henry R. Nau

    2. (p. 1214) 37. International Relations: The Relevance of Theory to Practice 648

      Joseph S. Nye, Jr.

  • Part VII The Question of Diversity

    1. 38. International Relations from Below 663

      David L. Blaney & Naeem Inayatullah

    2. 39. International Relations Theory from a Former Hegemon 675

      Richard Little

  • Part VIII Old and New

    1. 40. The Concept of Power and the (Un)discipline of International Relations 691

      Janice Bially Mattern

    2. 41. Locating Responsibility: The Problem of Moral Agency in International Relations 699

      Toni Erskine

    3. 42. Big Questions in the Study of World Politics 708

      Robert O. Keohane

    4. 43. The Failure of Static and the Need for Dynamic Approaches to International Relations 716

      Richard Rosecrance

    5. 44. Six Wishes for a More Relevant Discipline of International Relations 725

      Steve Smith

  • Name Index 733

  • Subject Index 747