Theories of International Relations: Transition vs. Persistence

Theories of International Relations Transition vs Persistence In this careful and critical evaluation of the evolution of the field of international relations over time Sullivan reflects on how the interaction of real world events academic trends methodologic

  • Title: Theories of International Relations: Transition vs. Persistence
  • Author: Michael P. Sullivan Andrew Linklater Scott Burchill Richard Devetak Jack Donnelly Matthew Paterson Christian Reus-Smit Jacqui True
  • ISBN: 9781403960955
  • Page: 457
  • Format: Paperback
  • In this careful and critical evaluation of the evolution of the field of international relations over time, Sullivan reflects on how the interaction of real world events, academic trends, methodological debates has resulted in shifts in focus while certain topics or questions remain persistent Combining synopses of both intellectual developments and empirical research, heIn this careful and critical evaluation of the evolution of the field of international relations over time, Sullivan reflects on how the interaction of real world events, academic trends, methodological debates has resulted in shifts in focus while certain topics or questions remain persistent Combining synopses of both intellectual developments and empirical research, he suggests that viable theories must transcend current intellectual fashion, bringing together theory and practice while demonstrating the difficulty of assessing competing theories.

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