Handbook of International Relations

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Walter Carlsnaes, Thomas Risse-Kappen, Thomas Risse, Beth A Simmons
SAGE, 13 mar 2002 - 571
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"This is an excellent compilation of work on the discipline of international relations (IR). . . . This handbook will become indispensable for libraries serving graduate programs in IR. It will also be a good reference for faculty and scholars in the field, and its individual entries will be of interest to advanced undergraduate students."
--CHOICE, November 2002

--CHOICE, November 2002

This major Handbook brings together the worlds leading scholars of international relations to provide a state of the art review and indispensable guide to the field. A genuinely international undertaking, the Handbook reviews the many historical, philosophical, analytical and normative roots to the discipline and the key contemporary topics of research and debate today. An essential benchmark publication for all advanced undergraduates, graduate students and academics in politics and international relations.

 

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Spis treści

Philosophy of Social Science and International Relations
23
A Skeptical View
52
Rational Choice and International Relations
73
Constructivism and International Relations
95
Linking Theory to Evidence in International Relations
119
Norms and Ethics in International Relations
137
Part Two CONCEPTS AND CONTEXT
155
Power and International Relations
177
Part Three SUBSTANTIVE ISSUES
329
War and Peace
350
Security Cooperation
369
Peacemaking and Conflict Resolutio
392
Nationalism and Ethnicity
409
International Finance
429
International Trade
448
International Development
462

International Organizations and Institutions
192
Diplomacy Bargaining and Negotiation
212
From Interdependence to Globalization
235
Transnational Actors and World Politics
255
Feminist Perspectives on International Relations
275
Psychological Explanations of International Conflict
292
Domestic Politics and International Relations
309
Comparative Regional Integration
480
International Environment
500
International Human Rights
517
International Law International Relations and Compliance
538
Index
559
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Prof. Dr. Thomas Risse is director of the Center for Transnational Relations, Foreign and Se-curity Policy at the Otto Suhr Institute of Political Science at the Freie Universität Berlin. Born in 1955, he received his PhD. from the University of Frankfurt in 1987. From 1997-2001, he was Joint Chair of International Relations at the European University Institute's Ro-bert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies and the Department of Social and Political Sci-ences in Florence, Italy. His previous teaching and research appointments include the Peace Research Institute Frankfurt, the University of Konstanz, Germany, as well as Cornell and Yale Universities, and the University of Wyoming. He has also held visiting professorships at Stanford and Harvard Universities. Thomas Risse is co-ordinator of the Research Center 700 "Governance in Areas of Limited Statehood", funded by the German Research Foundation (DFG). He is founding director of the Berlin Graduate School for Transnational Studies, and has been chair of the Executive Committee of the Joint Master program in International Relations of the Freie Universität Berlin, the Humboldt Universität zu Berlin, and the University of Potsdam. He has been asso-ciate editor of the journal International Organization. In 2003, he received the Max Planck Research Prize for International Cooperation. Thomas Risse is the author of Cooperation among Democracies. The European Influence on U.S. Foreign Policy (Princeton University Press, 1995) and, among others, co-editor of The End of the West. Crisis and Change in the Atlantic Order (with Jeffrey Anderson and G. John Ikenberry, Cornell University Press, 2008), Regieren ohne Staat? Governance in Räumen begrenzter Staatlichkeit (with Ursula Lehmkuhl, Nomos, 2007), Handbook of International Relations (with Walter Carlsnaes and Beth Simmons, Sage, 2002), Transforming Europe. Europeanization and Domestic Change (with Maria Green Cowles and James Caporaso, Cornell University Press, 2001), and The Power of Human Rights. International Norms and Domestic Change (with Stephen C. Ropp and Kathryn Sikkink, Cambridge University Press, 1999).

Beth Simmons is a Professor of Government at Harvard University, Cambridge Massachusetts. Previous positions include Assistant Professor at Duke University (Durham, North Carolina) and Associate Professor at the University of California at Berkeley. Her research interests include international law, international human rights, and international political economy. She is author of Who Adjusts? Domestic Sources of Foreign Economic Policy During the Interwar Years, 1924-1939 (1995), and is currently working on a book length manuscript on compliance with international human rights obligations. She is a co-editor of the SAGE Handbook of International Relations (2002).

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