International Relations: Section I. The nature and purpose of international relations theory. Section II. Idealism and realism

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Andrew Linklater
Taylor & Francis, 2000 - International relations - 2177 pages
 

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Contents

General introduction
1
CRITICAL CONCEPTS
2
SECTION VII
16
SECTION IV
19
SECTION I
23
Introduction 833
25
The intellectual and political functions of theory
43
The theory of international politics 19191969
55
The levelofanalysis problem in international relations 835
125
crisis and
126
between feminists and IR theorists
190
Men and citizens in international relations 1836
195
SECTION II
219
Introduction 1093
221
The beginnings of a science
252
Idealist internationalism and the security dilemma
260

Concepts and processes 652
74
international relations
77
Political theory and international relations 1821
83
notes for a future
99
SECTION VI
106
Marxism 1091
124
the national interest
279
Membership 1853
284
The pole of power and the pole of indifference
304
Utopian realism in theory
322
The question of the next stage in international
341
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