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Realism and International Politics

Realism and International Politics

Kenneth N. Waltz
3.9/5 (58 ratings)
Realism and International Politics brings together the collected essays of Kenneth N. Waltz, one of the most important and influential thinkers of international relations in the second half of the twentieth century. His books Man, the State and War and Theory of International Politics are classics of international relations theory and gave birth to the school of thought known as neo-realism or structural realism, out of which many of the current crop of realist scholars and thinkers has emerged. Waltz frames these seminal pieces in his theoretical development by explaining the context in which they were written and, building on the broader aims of these theories, explains the elusive nature of power balancing in today's international system. It is an essential volume for both students and scholars.
Language
English
Pages
362
Format
Hardcover
Publisher
Routledge
Release
March 01, 2008
ISBN
0415954770
ISBN 13
9780415954778

Realism and International Politics

Kenneth N. Waltz
3.9/5 (58 ratings)
Realism and International Politics brings together the collected essays of Kenneth N. Waltz, one of the most important and influential thinkers of international relations in the second half of the twentieth century. His books Man, the State and War and Theory of International Politics are classics of international relations theory and gave birth to the school of thought known as neo-realism or structural realism, out of which many of the current crop of realist scholars and thinkers has emerged. Waltz frames these seminal pieces in his theoretical development by explaining the context in which they were written and, building on the broader aims of these theories, explains the elusive nature of power balancing in today's international system. It is an essential volume for both students and scholars.
Language
English
Pages
362
Format
Hardcover
Publisher
Routledge
Release
March 01, 2008
ISBN
0415954770
ISBN 13
9780415954778

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