An Introduction to International Relations

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Web resources

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Case studies

Each document contains a case study to expand on the chapter’s topic, accompanied by critical thinking questions with suggested responses.


Part 1: Theories of International Relations


Part 2: International history

Part 3: The traditional agenda: States, war and law

Part 4: The new agenda: Globalisation and global governance