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The Globalization of world politics: an introduction to international relations

Author: Baylis, John ; Smith, Steve ; Owens, PatriciaPublisher: Oxford University Press (OUP) 2008.Edition: 4th ed.Language: EnglishDescription: 622 p. : Graphs/Photos ; 27 cm.ISBN: 9780199297771Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index and glossary
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Book Europe Campus
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Includes bibliographical references and index and glossary

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The Globalization of World Politics An Introduction to International Relations Brief contents List of figures.............................................................................................................. xxvii List of boxes and case studies....................................................................................... xxviii List of tables............................................................................................................... xxxiii About the contributors................................................................................................. xxxiv World map...................................................................................................................... xl Introduction.............................................................................................................. 0 John Baylis, Steve Smith, and Patricia Owens 1 Globalization and global politics................................................................................... 14 Anthony McGrew Part One The historical context 2 The evolution of international society............................................................................ 36 David Armstrong 3 International history, 1900-90..................................................................................... 54 Len Scott 4 From the cold war to the war on terror..........................................................................70 Michael Cox Part Two Theories of world politics 5 Realism.................................................................................................................... 90 Tim Dunne and Brian C. Schmidt 6 Liberalism............................................................................................................... 108 Tim Dunne 7 Contemporary mainstream approaches: neo-realism and neo-liberalism.......................... 124 Steven L. Lamy 8 Marxist theories of international relations.................................................................... 142 Stephen Hobden and Richard Wyn Jones 9 Social Constructivism............................................................................................... 160 Michael Barnett 10 Alternative approaches to international theory.............................................................. 174 Steve Smith and Patricia Owens 11 International ethics................................................................................................... 192 Richard Shapcott Part Three Structures and processes 12 The changing character of war................................................................................. 210 Mike Sheehan 13 International and global security.............................................................................. 226 John Baylis 14 International political economy in an age of globalization............................................... 242 Ngaire Woods 15 Gender in world politics ............................................................................................262 J. Ann Tickner 16 International law......................................................................................................278 Christian Reus-Smit 17 International regimes............................................................................................... 296 Richard Little 18 The United Nations................................................................................................... 312 Paul Taylor and Devon Curtis 19 Transnational actors and international organizations in global politics.............................. 330 Peter Willetts Part Four International issues 20 Environmental issues................................................................................................ 350 John Vogler 21 Terrorism and globalization....................................................................................... 370 James D. Kiras 22 Nuclear proliferation................................................................................................. 386 Darryl Howlett 23 Nationalism............................................................................................................. 402 John Breuilly 24 Culture in world affairs..............................................................................................418 Simon Murden 25 Regionalism in international affairs............................................................................. 434 Edward Best and Thomas Christiansen 26 Global trade and finance........................................................................................... 450 Jan Aart Scholte 27 Poverty, development, and hunger............................................................................. 468 Caroline Thomas 28 Human security....................................................................................................... 490 Amitav Acharya 29 Human rights.......................................................................................................... 506 Chris Brown 30 Humanitarian intervention in world politics ................................................................. 522 Alex J. Bellamy and Nicholas J. Wheeler Part Five Globalization in the future 31 Globalization and the transformation of political community......................................... 542 Andrew Linklater 32 Globalization and the post-cold war order.................................................................. 560 Ian Clark Glossary...................................................................................................................... 577 References................................................................................................................... 591 Index.......................................................................................................................... 607

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