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Human Rights and International Relations
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 186

Human Rights and International Relations

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Order and Violence
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 220

Order and Violence

Hedley Bull, Montague Burton Professor of International Relations at Oxford from 1977 until his death in 1985, was one of the great scholars of his generation. He wrote within a tradition of political thought which he himself traced back to Hobbes and Hume and to Grotius and the natural lawyers. He not only added to the literature in this tradition, but he also showed how it could become a foundation for the study of International Relations. In this book, leading scholars attempt to come to terms with his contribution to the subject by offering essays on each of the major aspects of his thought. The central political question in International Relations is how order might exist amidst anarchy...

Global Politics
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 352

Global Politics

This innovative new text is derived from a highly successful Open University course of the same title. It takes as a dominant theme the contested issue of ‘globalization’ (the apparent intensification of global patterns of inter-dependence) and its implications for the autonomy of the modern nation-state. Following a conceptual introduction, which critically examines the theoretical debates framing the study of world politics, the work is structured around four key processes of globalization which the authors identify as being the central determinants of contemporary global politics. These key processes are: the global impact of great power relations; the globalizing tendencies of techno...

Refugees in inter-war Europe
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 324

Refugees in inter-war Europe

This book examines the refugee phenomenon, specifically refugees in inter-war Europe, and international responses to that phenomenon. It explores the causes and consequences of refugee movements throughout this century, analyzes international responses to European refugee movements from 1919 until 1939, and evaluates the impact of international efforts on government policy toward refugees. The major argument of this book is that international assistance efforts of the inter-war era composed an international regime, and this regime had--and continues to have-- significant impact on refugee policy.

The Economist
  • Language: en

The Economist

  • Type: Book
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  • Published: 1991
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  • Publisher: Unknown

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Order and Violence
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 220

Order and Violence

Hedley Bull, Montague Burton Professor of International Relations at Oxford from 1977 until his death in 1985, was one of the great scholars of his generation. He wrote within a tradition of political thought which he himself traced back to Hobbes and Hume and to Grotius and the naturallawyers. He not only added to the literature in this tradition, but he also showed how it could become a foundation for the study of International Relations. In this book, leading scholars attempt to come to terms with his contribution to the subject by offering essays on each of the major aspectsof his thought. The central political question in International Relations is how order might exist amidst anarchy. ...

The Oxford companion to World War II
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 1343

The Oxford companion to World War II

A profusely illustrated survey, replete with maps, charts, and photographs, contains hundreds of alphabetically arranged articles on every aspect of the war, including national figures, battles, social history, and military technology, written by a world-wide team of experts. UP.

The Anarchical Society
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 335

The Anarchical Society

The Anarchical Society is one of the masterworks of political science and the classic text on the nature of order in world politics. Originally published in 1977, it continues to define and shape the discipline of international relations. This edition has been updated with a new, interpretive foreword by Andrew Hurrell.

The Evolution of International Security Studies
  • Language: en

The Evolution of International Security Studies

International Security Studies (ISS) has changed and diversified in many ways since 1945. This book provides the first intellectual history of the development of the subject in that period. It explains how ISS evolved from an initial concern with the strategic consequences of superpower rivalry and nuclear weapons, to its current diversity in which environmental, economic, human and other securities sit alongside military security, and in which approaches ranging from traditional Realist analysis to Feminism and Post-colonialism are in play. It sets out the driving forces that shaped debates in ISS, shows what makes ISS a single conversation across its diversity, and gives an authoritative account of debates on all the main topics within ISS. This is an unparalleled survey of the literature and institutions of ISS that will be an invaluable guide for all students and scholars of ISS, whether traditionalist, 'new agenda' or critical.