Théories des relations internationales

Théories des relations internationales

Theories of International Relations

Now more than ever, international relations are the object of multiple discussions: political, military, and media-centered.

Pedagogical and exhaustive, the book reconstructs accepted knowledge on the subject of international relations theory and renders it concert with its intellectual and historical backdrop. The work then passes into a review of general paradigms—the realist paradigm, the liberal view, the transnationalist perspective, marxist analysis, radical approaches, and constructivist goals—before detailing the sectorial debates to which the discipline gives stage. Each chapter is accompanied by a notated bibliography.

This fifth edition updates all analyzes and offers a new chapter on the state of international relations in France.




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Geopolitics : International Relations

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