Routledge Companion to International Relations (Paperback)

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By Alasdair Blair (Editor), Steven Curtis (Editor)
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Routledge Companion to International Relations provides students with clearly written, authoritative and comprehensive information and analysis of all aspects of international relations. It is designed as a one-stop text which will be an invaluable reference point and revision guide throughout your studies.

Subjects covered by the Routledge Companion to International Relations include:

the historical context and development of the modern international system the main theoretical perspectives in international relations the key actors and institutions in global affairs including states and non-state actors and the significance of diplomacy and international law coverage of key contemporary issues and developments such as security, terrorism, foreign policy, globalization, international trade, development, human rights, migration, culture and religion and the environment an extensive glossary, maps and a detailed chronology which reviews the major events in international relations.

Routledge Companion to International Relations will help to guide you through this fascinating and complex subject area and provides all the necessary background information.

About the Author

Alasdair Blair is Professor and Head of Department at De Montfort University. His research interests are focused on foreign policy and European integration. Recent publications include Companion to the EU (2007) The European Union since 1945 (2005), Saving the Pound? Britain's Road to Monetary Union (2002), and co-authored with Anthony Forster, The Making of Britain's European Foreign Policy (2002). Steven Curtis is Senior Lecturer in International Relations at London Metropolitan University.
Product Details
ISBN: 9780415565752
ISBN-10: 0415565758
Publisher: Routledge
Publication Date: January 3rd, 2021
Pages: 392
Language: English