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International relations & political theory

Kamran Shahid

International relations & political theory

by Kamran Shahid

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Published by Ferozsons in Lahore .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. [231]-235).

Other titlesInternational relations and political theory
StatementKamran Shahid.
The Physical Object
Pagination235 p. ;
Number of Pages235
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16304353M
ISBN 109690021249
ISBN 109789690021243
LC Control Number2007379933
OCLC/WorldCa133465808

  affairs, ethics, and international political theory. In addition to its wide scope, the study of international relations is shaped by the interplay between continuity and change in its subject-matter. Accordingly, the contents of this book reflect both the scope of the discipline as well In this book Rob Walker offers an original analysis of the relationship between twentieth-century theories of international relations, and the political theory of civil society since the early modern period. He views theories of international relations both as an ideological expression of the modern state, and as a clear indication of the difficulties of thinking about a world politics ?id=YIbhrT23ie8C.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Shahid, Kamran. International relations & political theory. Lahore: Ferozsons, (OCoLC) Online version: During its formative years, the discipline of International Relations (IR) combined explanatory, normative, descriptive, and interpretative understandings of international relations, but over the last few decades the mainstream discipline has focused on explanation, relegating normative and interpretive issues to a secondary status within the ://

  The Politics of International Political Theory: Reflections on the Work of Chris Brown () edited by Mathias Albert and Anthony F Lang Jr examines his work. He was Chair of the British International Studies Association – , and, at LSE, Head of the Department of International Relations – and Vice-Chair of the Academic ‘Lechner and Frost propose a genuinely novel way to advance practice theory in international relations (IR) theory by taking normativity into account. Based on careful scrutiny, the enterprise is conducted in a most succinct, elaborate and refreshingly accessible way.


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