Debates in International Relations

ISBN-10: 0205568122

ISBN-13: 9780205568123

Edition: 2010

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Debates in International Relationsorganizes writings by leading international relations scholars and practitioners into debates on current security, economic, and global issues. Going beyond the shallow treatment that most international controversies receive in the news, the topics and selections in this reader encourage students to think more deeply and critically about world politics.Debates in International Relationsnot only covers issues of contemporary and conceptual interest; it also helps students engage with international affairs that affect their lives.
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List price: $55.20
Copyright year: 2010
Publisher: Longman Publishing Group
Publication date: 2/20/2009
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 336
Size: 5.75" wide x 8.75" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.056
Language: English

Bradley Thayeris Associate Professor in Missouri State University. nbsp; Nuray Ibryamovais Assistant Professor in Rhodes College.

Perspectives On International Relations
Anarchy v. Order
Anarchy as the Cause of Permanent Insecurity in International Relations
Realism v. Morality In Foreign Policy
Realism in Foreign Policy
Democratic Peace v. The Dangers Of Democratization
In Favor of Democratic Peace
Democratic Peace and War
American Primacy v. American Retrenchment
Primacy as American Grand Strategy
Retrenchment as American Grand Strategy
Globalization v. Backlash
Globalization and Its Benefits
Globalization and Its Risks
International Security
End Of History v. Clash Of Civilizations
The End of History: The Triumph of the West
The Clash of Civilizations: The West versus the Rest
Iraq: Withdraw v. Stay The Course
Staying the Course as U.S. Strategy in Iraq
Withdrawal as U.S. Strategy in Iraq
The United States Is Winning The War On Terror v. The United States Is Losing The War On Terror
The United States Is Winning the War on Terror
The United States Is Losing the War on Terror
Confronting China v. Engaging China
Engaging China
Confronting China
The Danger of Nuclear Weapons v. The Necessity of Nuclear Weapons
The Dangers of Nuclear Weapons
The Necessity of Nuclear Weapons
Preventing Iran From Acquiring Nuclear Weapons v. Allowing Iran To Acquire Nuclear Weapons
Preventing Iran From Acquiring Nuclear Weapons
Allowing Iran to Acquire Nuclear Weapons
International Political Economy
The U.S. Approach To Energy Security v. The European Approach to Energy Security
Comprehensive Energy Security in a Globalized World
Energy Security through Diversification of Energy Resources
The Benefits of Free Trade v. The Risks Of Free Trade
Free Trade and the Need for a Global Free Trade Agreement
Free Trade and Its Risks
The Benefits Of International Financial Institutions v. The Need For Reform
Benefiting from the IMF
Reforming the IMF
Alleviating Poverty Through Aid v. Alleviating Poverty Through
Free Trade Free Trade and Open Markets as the Solution to Poverty
Developmental Aid Helps Alleviate Poverty
International Organization
NGOs v. States In The Age Of Globalization
Globalization and the Strengthening Role of the State
NGOs, Accountability, and the Weakening of the State
Turkey and The European Union: Exclusion v. Membership
Turkey as a Privileged Partner of the European Union
Turkey as a Member of the European Union
Support For The International Criminal Court (ICC) v. Opposition To The ICC
The International Criminal Court and the Benefits of U.S. Non-Participation
The International Criminal Court and the Consequences of U.S. Non-Participation
Humanitarian Intervention v. Respect For State Boundaries
Humanitarian Intervention as a Moral Obligation in the Post-9/11 Era
Humanitarian Intervention as a Threat to Order in the International System of States
Developed v. Developing Countries And The Challenge Of Climate Change
The United States and Global Climate Change
China and Global Climate Challenge
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