Publisher: Oxford University Press
Weight: 420 g
- Unrivalled coverage of history, theory, structures, processes, and international issues by leading international scholars provides the most comprehensive coverage of IR available, giving complete coverage of introductory courses while also being a valuable reference for the remainder of an IR degree.
- Carefully edited by respected IR experts John Baylis, Steve Smith and Patricia Owens to ensure an integrated and coherent style throughout the book
- Integrated learning features, including case studies and questions, fully updated debating feature and end of chapter questions, are all carefully written to help students to develop a critical, nuanced understanding of key issues and theories
- Accompanied by fully updated online resources to support both IR lecturers and their students
New to this Edition:
- Brand new chapter 24, Refugees and Forced Migration, helps you to explore the developing and contested concept of forced migration
- Chapter 10 now explores postcolonial and decolonial approaches
- Newly authored Chapter 25, Human Rights, explores the historical development and universality of human rights
- Expanded coverage of non-Western approaches, particularly perspectives from the global South
- Updated IR theory chapters give you a stronger understanding of the historical and political context in which these approaches emerged
- Updated Opposing Opinions features encourage you to engage in critical and reflective debate on contemporary policy challenges, from campaigns to decolonise the curriculum to debates over open borders and migration
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