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  1. Guide to reading 8 items
    1. The reading consists mainly of certain key articles and chapters that offer an advanced introduction to the main perspectives in the field. Many if not most of the articles are available electronically and the key books in the short-loan section of the Library. Whilst it can be useful to read 'overview' or 'textbook' type chapters it is important to consult the primary articles from which they themselves draw in order to develop and imbue a better feel and appreciation of the subject as it has developed.  Some of the key articles and chapters have been reproduced in the following five-volume edited collection: Andrew Linklater (ed.), International Relations: Critical Concepts in Political Science, 2000, which is available for reference in the Library. 

       

      Students are expected to read six items per week for seminars and to come prepared to contribute to the discussion. However, it will be important to read more widely for essay purposes. Students should also find time to read the seminal works in the field, such as Immanuel Kant's Perpetual Peace (1795), E.H Carr's The Twenty Years Crisis (1939), Hedley Bull's The Anarchical Society (1977), Kenneth Waltz's Theory of International Politics (1979), and Andrew Linklater's Men and Citizens in International Relations (1982). 

       

      There is no set text for the course. If you are new to the subject it may be worth consulting one or more of the following texts or readers as a 'primer' to the more sophisticated material: 

       

      Probably the single most useful text by way of general introduction for an overview of many of the perspectives studied is T. Dunne, M. Kurki, S. Smith, International Relations Theories: Discipline and Diversity, Oxford UP, 2010

    2. International relations: critical concepts in political science - Andrew Linklater 2000

      Book Recommended reading

    3. Perpetual peace - Immanual Kant 1795

      Book Essential reading

    4. The twenty years' crisis, 1919-1939: an introduction to the study of international relations - Edward Hallett Carr, Michael Cox 2001

      Book Essential reading

    5. The anarchical society: a study of order in world politics - Hedley Bull 2012

      Book Essential reading

    6. Theory of international politics - Kenneth N. Waltz 2010

      Book Essential reading

    7. Men and citizens in the theory of international relations - Andrew Linklater 1982

      Book Essential reading

    8. International relations theories: discipline and diversity - Timothy Dunne, Milja Kurki, Steve Smith c2013

      Book Recommended reading

  2. But do also consider 11 items
    1. International relations theory today - Ken Booth, Steve Smith c1995

      Book Other reading

    2. Understanding international relations - Chris Brown, Kirsten Ainley 2009

      Book Other reading

    3. Theories of international relations - Scott Burchill, Andrew Linklater, Richard Devetak 2013

      Book Other reading

    4. International theory: critical investigations - James Der Derian 1995

      Book Other reading

    5. Introduction to international relations: theories and approaches - Robert H. Jackson, Georg S²rensen c2013

      Book Other reading

    6. Boundaries in question: new directions in international relations - John MacMillan, Andrew Linklater 1995

      Book Other reading

    7. International relations: a concise introduction - Michael Nicholson 2002

      Book Other reading

    8. International theory: positivism and beyond - Steve Smith, Ken Booth, Marysia Zalewski 1996

      Book Other reading

    9. Introduction to international relations: perspectives and themes - Jill Steans, Lloyd Pettiford, Thomas Diez, Jill Steans 2005

      Book Other reading

    10. Making sense of international relations theory - Jennifer Anne Sterling-Folker 2013

      Book Other reading

    11. International relations theory: a critical introduction - Cynthia Weber 2014 (electronic resource)

      Book Other reading

  3. Journals 10 items
    1. For the latest developments in the field make do sure to consult recent issues of the IR journals, including Review of International Studies, European Journal of International Relations, International Organization, International Theory, International Studies Quarterly, Ethics and International Affairs, Alternatives, International Security, Millennium. By doing this, one can literally claim to be at the "cutting edge" of the discipline.

  4. The Evolution of International Relations 39 items
    1. Introduction to international relations: theories and approaches

      Chapter Essential reading Read Chapter 1, pp 3-29, Why Study IR?

    2. Truth and power: essays of a decade, 1960-70 - Hans J. Morgenthau 1970

      Book Recommended reading The Intellectual and Political Functions of a Theory of International Relations

    3. The Aberystwyth papers: international politics, 1919-1969 - Brian Porter, University College of Wales 1972

      Book Recommended reading Hedley Bull, ‘The Theory of International Politics 1919-1969’

    4. An American social science: international relations - Stanley Hoffmann 1977

      Book Recommended reading

    5. Political theories of international relations: from Thucydides to the present - David Boucher 1998

      Book Recommended reading

    6. Sovereignty, rights and justice: international political theory today - Chris Brown 2002

      Book Recommended reading

    7. Explaining and understanding international relations - Martin Hollis, Steve Smith 1990

      Book Recommended reading

    8. International theory: the three traditions - Martin Wight, Gabriele Wight, Brian Ernest Porter, Hedley Bull 2002

      Book Recommended reading

    9. The Liberal Moment Fifteen Years On - Nils Petter Gleditsch 12/2008

      Article Essential reading

    10. Thinkers of The twenty years' crisis: inter-war idealism reassessed - David Long, Peter Wilson 1995

      Book Recommended reading

    11. The Pole of Power and the Pole of Indifference - Arnold Wolfers 10/1951

      Article Recommended reading

    12. The Myth of the 'First Great Debate' - Peter Wilson 1998

      Article Recommended reading

    13. The End of History - F. Fukuyama Fukuyama

      Article Recommended reading

    14. Understanding international relations - Chris Brown, Kirsten Ainley 2009

      Book Recommended reading

    15. War and the liberal conscience - Michael Howard c2008

      Book Recommended reading

    16. Encyclopedia of international relations and global politics - Martin Gilbert 2005

      Book Recommended reading J. MacMillan, ‘Liberal Internationalism’

    17. Norman Angell and the futility of war: peace and the public mind - J. D. B. Miller 1986

      Book Recommended reading

    18. The great illusion - Norman Angell 1933

      Book Recommended reading

    19. Students can read anything by the so-called idealist - Norman Angell. You can use Library Search to find out what literature the library has by and about Angell.

  5. 2. Three Traditions: Realism, Liberalism, Marxism 25 items
    Seminar Debate: Which perspective has the most powerful set of concepts and analytical insights through which to understand international relations in the twenty-first century? Please read at least one piece from each of the three traditions below:
    1. Realism 3 items
      1. The emerging structure of international politics - Waltz, Kenneth N 01.10.1993

        Article Essential reading

      2. Clash of civilisations prediction revisited - Rachman, Gideon 18.11.2015

        Article Recommended reading

    2. Liberalism 3 items
      1. The Liberal Moment Fifteen Years On - Nils Petter Gleditsch 12/2008

        Article Essential reading

    3. (Post-)Marxism 3 items
      1. Globalization theory: approaches and controversies - David Held, Anthony G. McGrew 2007

        Book Essential reading Alex Callinicos, ‘Globalization, Imperialism & the Capitalist World System’

      2. Globalization: capitalism and its alternatives - Leslie Sklair, Leslie Sklair 2002

        Book Recommended reading

    4. See Also: 16 items
      1. Promoting polyarchy: globalization, US intervention, and hegemony - William I. Robinson 1996

        Book Recommended reading William Robinson, ‘From “straight power concepts” to “persuasion” in US foreign policy’

      2. The development of underdevelopment - Andre Gunder Frank 1966

        Book Recommended reading

      3. Gramsci, historical materialism and international relations - Stephen Gill 1993

        Book Recommended reading

      4. Rethinking international relations - Fred Halliday c1994

        Book Recommended reading A Necessary Encounter: Historical Materialism and International Relations

      5. Theories of international relations - Scott Burchill, Andrew Linklater, Richard Devetak 2013

        Book Recommended reading

      6. The International Imagination: IR theory and “classic social analysis - Justin Rosenberg 1994

        Article Essential reading click on the "doi" link to get the access for full article

      7. World-systems analysis: an introduction - Immanuel Maurice Wallerstein 2004

        Book Recommended reading

      8. The decline of American power: the U.S. in a chaotic world - Immanuel Maurice Wallerstein 2003

        Book Recommended reading

      9. The Essential Wallerstein - Immanuel Maurice Wallerstein 2001

        Book Recommended reading

      10. International theory: positivism and beyond - Steve Smith, Ken Booth, Marysia Zalewski 1996

        Book Recommended reading The inter-state structure of the modern world-system

      11. Systems of States - Adam Watson 1990

        Article Recommended reading Martin Wight, ‘De systematibus civitatum’

  6. Neorealism (Waltz) 32 items
    1. Theory of international politics - Kenneth N. Waltz 2010

      Book Essential reading Anarchic orders and balances of power’, chapter 6

    2. Neoclassical realism, the state, and foreign policy - Steven E. Lobell, Norrin M. Ripsman, Jeffrey W. Taliaferro 2009

      Book Recommended reading

    3. Theory of international politics - Kenneth N. Waltz 2010

      Book Recommended reading

    4. Realism and international relations - Jack Donnelly 2000 (electronic resource)

      Book Recommended reading

    5. Neoclassical realism, the state, and foreign policy - Steven E. Lobell, Norrin M. Ripsman, Jeffrey W. Taliaferro 2009

      Book Recommended reading

    6. Realism and international relations - Jack Donnelly 2000 (electronic resource)

      Book Recommended reading

    7. Politics among nations: the struggle for power and peace - Hans J. Morgenthau, Kenneth W. Thompson, W. David Clinton c2006

      Book Recommended reading

    8. The Radical Future of Realism: Feminist Subversions of IR Theory - Anne Sisson Runyan and V. Spike Peterson 1991

      Article Recommended reading

    9. Neorealism and its critics - Robert O. Keohane 1986

      Book Recommended reading Realism, Neorealism and the Study of World Politics

    10. Theories of international relations - Scott Burchill, Andrew Linklater, Richard Devetak 2013

      Book Recommended reading Realism and Neo-Realism

    11. International relations theory today - Ken Booth, Steve Smith c1995

      Book Recommended reading

    12. What's the Matter with Realism? - Justin Rosenberg 1990

      Article Recommended reading

    13. Neoclassical realism, the state, and foreign policy - Steven E. Lobell, Norrin M. Ripsman, Jeffrey W. Taliaferro 2009

      Book Recommended reading

    14. The Emerging Structure of International Politics - Kenneth N. Waltz 23/1993

      Article Recommended reading

    15. Making sense of international relations theory - Jennifer Anne Sterling-Folker 2013

      Book Recommended reading

    16. The origins of major war - Dale C. Copeland 2001, c2000

      Book Recommended reading

    17. The globalization of world politics: an introduction to international relations 2014

      Book Recommended reading T. Dunne & B.C. Schmidt, ‘Realism’

    18. Is Anybody Still a Realist? - Jeffrey W. Legro and Andrew Moravcsik 1999

      Article Essential reading

    19. The tragedy of great power politics - John J. Mearsheimer 2001

      Book Recommended reading

    20. Realism and the balancing of power: a new debate - John A. Vasquez, Colin Elman c2003

      Book Recommended reading

    21. The origins of alliances - Stephen M. Walt 1987

      Book Recommended reading

    22. Man, the state, and war: a theoretical analysis - Kenneth N. Waltz c2001

      Book Recommended reading

  7. Liberalism/Neoliberalism: rationality and the possibility of cooperation 27 items
    Featured Readings
    1. Achieving Cooperation under Anarchy: Strategies and Institutions - Robert Axelrod, Robert O. Keohane 10/1985

      Article Essential reading

    2. The Liberal Moment Fifteen Years On - Nils Petter Gleditsch 12/2008

      Article Essential reading

    3. Twenty Years of Institutional Liberalism - Robert O. Keohane 06/2012

      Article Essential reading

    4. Kant, Liberal Legacies, and Foreign Affairs - Michael W. Doyle 1983

      Article Essential reading

    5. Contending liberalisms in world politics: ideology and power - J. L. Richardson 2001

      Book Recommended reading

    6. The globalization of liberalism - Eivind Hovden, Edward Keene 2002

      Book Recommended reading David Long, ‘The Harvard School of Liberal International Theory: A Case for Closure’

    7. Neorealism and neoliberalism: the contemporary debate - David A. Baldwin 1993

      Book Recommended reading

    8. The Functional Approach to World Organization - David Mitrany 07/1948

      Article Recommended reading

    9. International Organization: A State of the Art on an Art of the State - Friedrich Kratochwil and John Gerard Ruggie 1986

      Article Recommended reading

    10. Closing the fairness practice gap - Robert O. Keohane 1989

      Book Recommended reading

    11. International ethics and the environmental crisis - Robert E. Goodin 1990

      Book Recommended reading

    12. Political community and the North Atlantic Area: international organisation in the light of historical experience - Karl W. Deutsch, Princeton University. Center for research on world political institutions 1957

      Book Recommended reading

    13. Political community and the North Atlantic Area: international organisation in the light of historical experience - Karl W. Deutsch, Princeton University. Center for research on world political institutions 1957

      Book Recommended reading

    14. Neorealism and neoliberalism: the contemporary debate - David A. Baldwin 1993

      Book Recommended reading

    15. Liberal order and imperial ambition: essays on American power and world politics - G. John Ikenberry 2006

      Book Recommended reading

    16. The evolution of cooperation - Robert M. Axelrod c1984

      Book Recommended reading

    17. International relations theory for the 21st century: an introduction - Martin Griffiths 2007

      Book Recommended reading

    18. Neorealism and Neoliberalism - Joseph S. Nye 1988-1

      Article Recommended reading

    19. The rise of the trading state: Commerce and Conquest in the Modern World - Richard Rosecrance c1986

      Book Recommended reading

  8. Constructivism: Wendt 7 items
    1. Theories of international relations - Scott Burchill, Andrew Linklater, Richard Devetak 2013

      Book Recommended reading

    2. The globalization of world politics: an introduction to international relations 2014

      Book Recommended reading S. Smith, ‘Reflectivist and Constructivist Approaches to International

    3. Dangerous Liaisons? - RICHARD PRICE, CHRISTIAN REUS - SMIT 09/1998

      Article Recommended reading

  9. The Problem of Sovereignty: Lectures 0 items
    Sovereignty’ is regarded as the foundation stone of modern politics and is the underlying principle of political organisation in international relations. Indeed, the international system is itself often referred to as a ‘sovereign-state system’. Yet the idealised notion of ‘sovereignty’ within the discipline whereby states exercise control over discrete parcels of territory is increasingly challenged, both as a historical myth and one that misrepresents global politics in the modern age. Both globalisation and new forms of imperialism or ‘governance’ show the contingent and fractured nature of sovereignty in the present international system.
  10. Contesting the territorial principle (Krasner & Agnew) 9 items
    1. Sovereignty: organized hypocrisy

      Chapter Essential reading Read Chapter 1, pp 3-42, Sovereignty and its Discontents

    2. The Myth of “Traditional” Sovereignty - Luke Glanville 03/2013

      Article Essential reading

    3. Men and citizens in the theory of international relations - Andrew Linklater 1982

      Book Recommended reading

    4. The transformation of political community: ethical foundations of the Post-Westphalian era - Andrew Linklater c1998

      Book Recommended reading

    5. A genealogy of sovereignty - Jens Bartelson 1995

      Book Recommended reading

    6. Futures of European states - TILLY, C 1992

      Article Essential reading

    7. Global capitalism and the state - Jan Aart Scholte 07/1997

      Article Recommended reading

  11. Sovereignty in the ‘global south’ (Hameiri/Williams) 17 items
    1. The World Bank and Africa: the construction of governance states - Graham Harrison 2004 (electronic resource)

      Book Recommended reading

    2. Quasi-states: sovereignty, international relations, and the Third World - Robert H. Jackson 1990

      Book Recommended reading

    3. Beyond the Anarchical Society - Edward Keene August 12, 2002 (Paperback)

      Book Recommended reading

    4. Imperialism, sovereignty and the making of international law - Antony Anghie 2007

      Book Recommended reading

    5. Sovereigns, quasi sovereigns, and Africans - Siba N'Zatioula Grovogui 1996

      Book Recommended reading

    6. The modern world-system: 2: Mercantilism and the consolidation of the European world-economy, 1600-1750 - Immanuel Maurice Wallerstein c2011

      Book Recommended reading

    7. The hierarchy of states - Clark, Ian 1989

      Book Recommended reading

  12. Institutions as the pillars of ‘international society (Bull & Buzan) 11 items
    1. The anarchical society: a study of order in world politics

      Chapter Essential reading Read Chapter 3, pp 51-73, How is order maintained in world politics

    2. Diplomatic Investigations January 1, 1968 (Hardcover)

      Book Recommended reading

    3. The English school of international relations: a contemporary reassessment - Andrew Linklater, Hidemi Suganami 2006

      Book Recommended reading

    4. Theories of international relations - Scott Burchill, Andrew Linklater, Richard Devetak 2013

      Book Recommended reading A. Linklater, ‘Rationalism’

    5. The Expansion of international society - Hedley Bull, Adam Watson 1984

      Book Recommended reading

    6. Imagining society: constructivism and the English School - ReusSmit, Christian 01.10.2002

      Article Recommended reading

    7. Saving strangers: humanitarian intervention in international society - Nicholas J. Wheeler 2000 (electronic resource)

      Book Recommended reading

    8. Human rights in global politics - Timothy Dunne, Nicholas J. Wheeler 1999

      Book Recommended reading

  13. Supplementary Reading 10 items
    1. Intervention in world politics - Hedley Bull 1984

      Book Recommended reading

    2. International theory: positivism and beyond - Steve Smith, Ken Booth, Marysia Zalewski 1996

      Book Recommended reading R.H. Jackson, ‘Is there a Classical International Theory’

    3. Introduction to international relations: theories and approaches - Robert H. Jackson, Georg S²rensen 2016

      Book Recommended reading ‘chap. 5: International Society’

    4. Nonintervention and international order - R. J. Vincent (1974)

      Book Recommended reading

    5. Order and violence: Hedley Bull and international relations - J. D. B. Miller, R. J. Vincent 1990

      Book Recommended reading Order in International Politics’

    6. Hugo Grotius and international relations - Hedley Bull, Benedict Kingsbury, Adam Roberts 1990

      Book Recommended reading Grotius, Human Rights and Intervention

    7. Political theory, international relations, and the ethics of intervention - Ian Forbes, Mark Hoffman 1993

      Book Recommended reading

    8. The globalization of world politics: an introduction to international relations 2014

      Book Recommended reading R.H. Jackson, ‘The Evolution of International Society

  14. The long view (Arrighi and long-cycle theory) 6 items
    1. The long twentieth century: money, power and the origins of our times - Giovanni Arrighi 1994

      Book Essential reading

    2. Long cycle theory and international relations - Richard Rosecrance 1987-3

      Article Essential reading

    3. Accelerating democratic global state formation - Christopher Chase-Dunn, Hiroko Inoue 06/2012

      Article Essential reading

    4. Why a World State is Inevitable - Alexander Wendt 12/2003

      Article Recommended reading

  15. see also 6 items
    1. The Expansion of international society - Hedley Bull, Adam Watson 1984

      Book Recommended reading

    2. International systems in world history: remaking the study of international relations - Barry Buzan, Richard Little 2000

      Book Recommended reading

    3. Globalization and fragmentation: international relations in the twentieth century - Ian Clark 1997

      Book Recommended reading

    4. World History in a Global Age - Michael Geyer, Charles Bright 10/1995

      Article Recommended reading

    5. The great transformation - Karl Polanyi 1975, c1944

      Book Recommended reading Jürgen Osterhammel & Niels P. Petersson, Globalization: A short History

  16. Ordering the global south (Duffield) 5 items
    1. Development, security and unending war: governing the world of peoples - Mark R. Duffield 2007 (electronic resource)

      Book Recommended reading

    2. Beyond the Anarchical Society - Edward Keene August 12, 2002 (Paperback)

      Book Recommended reading

    3. Imperialism, sovereignty and the making of international law - Antony Anghie 2007

      Book Recommended reading

  17. The problem of Justice (Lecture) 11 items
    Underlying discussions of justice in international relations has tended to be a set of assumptions about the moral significance of the state and the balance between obligations towards fellow citizens and non-nationals. This basic equation features prominently in debates upon humanitarian intervention and ‘just war’, questions of distributive justice concerned with matters of poverty and inequality, and on human rights
    1. International relations theory: new normative approaches - Chris Brown c1992

      Book Recommended reading

    2. Theories of International Justice - CHRIS BROWN 1997-4

      Article Recommended reading

    3. How might we live?: global ethics in the new century - Ken Booth, Michael Cox, Timothy Dunne 2001

      Book Recommended reading

    4. Traditions of international ethics - Terry Nardin, David Mapel 1992

      Book Recommended reading

    5. How might we live?: global ethics in the new century - Ken Booth, Michael Cox, Timothy Dunne 2001

      Book Recommended reading

    6. Our global neighbourhood: the report of the Commission on Global Governance - Commission on Global Governance 1995

      Book Recommended reading

    7. On humane governance: toward a new global politics : the World Order Models Report of the Global Civilization Initiative - Richard A. Falk 1995

      Book Recommended reading

    8. Men and citizens in international relations - Andrew Linklater 1981

      Book Recommended reading

    9. Global justice - Thomas Pogge 2007

      Book Recommended reading

    10. Contingency, irony and solidarity - Richard Rorty 1989

      Book Recommended reading Soldarity

    11. Spheres of justice: a defence of pluralism and equality - Michael Walzer 1983

      Book Recommended reading

  18. Order vs Justice?: Humanitarian Intervention 8 items
    1. Saving strangers: humanitarian intervention in international society - Nicholas J. Wheeler 2000

      Book Essential reading Humanitarian Intervention and International Society

    2. Humanitarian intervention: ethical, legal, and political dilemmas - J. L. Holzgrefe, Robert O. Keohane 2003

      Book Recommended reading The liberal case for humanitarian intervention

    3. Poverty and distributive Justice 4 items
      1. The law of peoples: with, "The idea of public reason revisited" - John Rawls, John Rawls 1999

        Book Recommended reading

      2. Global justice - Thomas Pogge 2007

        Book Recommended reading Thomas Pogge, ‘Priorities of Global Justice

      3. Famine, Affluence, and Morality - Peter Singer 1972

        Article Essential reading

      4. International distributive justice - Caney, Simon 01.12.2001

        Article Essential reading

  19. The problem of ‘solutions’: critical vs ‘problem-solving’ theory 19 items
    Since the early 1980s in particular a diverse series of approaches and perspectives have taken the discipline to task for being insufficiently critical of its own ‘subjectivity’, that is to say, reflecting the interests and perspective of the dominant, powerful actors in world politics, whether these be leading states, gendered or racial groups. Debates have highlighted the problematic nature of historical ‘grand narratives’ within the discipline (such as ‘liberal internationalism’, ‘socialism’, ‘progress’, or ‘peace’) and challenged students to think about the ethical and political bases of the ‘truth-claims’ or knowledge that they hold about the social world.
    1. Theories of international relations - Scott Burchill, Andrew Linklater, Richard Devetak 2013

      Book Recommended reading R. Devetak, ‘Critical Theory’

    2. Theories of international relations - Scott Burchill, Andrew Linklater, Richard Devetak 2013

      Book Recommended reading R. Devetak, ‘Postmodernism’

    3. On humane governance: toward a new global politics : the World Order Models Report of the Global Civilization Initiative - Richard A. Falk 1995

      Book Recommended reading

    4. Critical Theory and the Inter-Paradigm Debate - Mark Hoffman 06/1987

      Article Recommended reading

    5. The culture of national security: norms and identity in world politics - Peter J. Katzenstein, Social Science Research Council (U.S.). Committee on International Peace & Security c1996

      Book Recommended reading

    6. Activists beyond borders: advocacy networks in international politics - Margaret E. Keck, Kathryn Sikkink 1998

      Book Recommended reading

    7. The transformation of political community: ethical foundations of the Post-Westphalian era - Andrew Linklater c1998

      Book Recommended reading

    8. International theory: positivism and beyond - Steve Smith, Ken Booth, Marysia Zalewski 1996

      Book Recommended reading The Continued Significance of Positivism?, in S. Smith, ‘Positivism and Beyond’

    9. International relations: a concise introduction

      Chapter Recommended reading Read Chapter 7, pp 114-127, Post-Positivist Theories and Change

    10. Inside/outside: international relations as political theory - R. B. J. Walker 1993

      Book Recommended reading

  20. Post-colonialism 4 items
    1. The intimate enemy: loss and recovery of self under colonialism - Ashis Nandy 1988, c1983

      Book Recommended reading

    2. Politics and post-colonial theory: African inflections - D. P. S. Ahluwalia 2001

      Book Recommended reading

  21. Feminism 9 items
    1. International theory: positivism and beyond - Steve Smith, Ken Booth, Marysia Zalewski 1996

      Book Essential reading The Contributions of Feminist Theory to International Relations’, in S. Smith, K. Booth & M. Zalewski

    2. Gender and international relations: an introduction - Jill Steans 1998

      Book Recommended reading

    3. International relations theory today - Ken Booth, Steve Smith c1995

      Book Recommended reading J. Ann Tickner, ‘Revisioning Security’, in K. Booth & S. Smith (eds.)

    4. Gendering world politics: issues and approaches in the post-Cold War era - J. Ann Tickner 2001

      Book Recommended reading

    5. Men, militarism, and UN peacekeeping: a gendered analysis - Sandra Whitworth 2004

      Book Recommended reading

    6. International theory: positivism and beyond - Steve Smith, Ken Booth, Marysia Zalewski 1996

      Book Recommended reading Margins, Silences and Bottom Rungs: How to Overcome the Underestimation of Power in the Study of International Relations’

    7. The Radical Future of Realism: Feminist Subversions of IR Theory - Anne Sisson Runyan and V. Spike Peterson 1991

      Article Recommended reading

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