Part 1: Studying IR 1: Why study IR? 2: IR as an Academic Subject Part 2: Classical Theories 3: Realism 4: Liberalism 5: International Society 6: International Political Economy: Classical Theories Part 3: Contemporary Approaches and Debates 7: International Political Economy: Contemporary Debates 8: Social Constructivism 9: Post-positivism in IR Part 4: Key Issues in Contemporary IR 10: Foreign Policy 11: Key Issues in Contemporary IR
Robert Jackson is Professor of Political Science at the University of Boston, USA. Georg Sorensen is Professor of Political Science at the University of Aarhus, Denmark.
`This tremendous textbook is a must-read for any student of international relations. It takes stock of a wide range of theories; it also provides a fascinating analysis of modern world politics.' Bernhard Zangl, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universitat, Munich, Germany `By far the most comprehensive introduction to IR theories. This new edition has the virtue of applying them to an expanded range of contemporary global issues.' Mikulas Fabry, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA