Introduction to international relations : perspectives, connections, and enduring questions
The hotly awaited second edition of this bestselling introductory textbook provides a truly comprehensive and accessible guide to international affairs.
Bringing together the combined decades of experience in researching and teaching global politics of three acclaimed scholars, this text introduces students to what is happening in our complex and rapidly changing world as well as how to analyse those events.
Pedagogically driven, the book is structured around enduring questions that reflect the key concepts in world politics.
It makes use of the levels of analysis framework and boxed features to highlight connections between theory and practice, aspirations and reality and history and contemporary events.
This fully updated second edition includes a brand new chapter on International Organizations, a new feature to give students an insight into the latest academic research, and has been extensively rewritten throughout. This is an ideal textbook for introductory modules for Political Science and International Relations undergraduate students.