Fifty Key Thinkers in International Relations
Routledge – 1999 – 296 pages
Series: Routledge Key Guides
A unique and comprehensive overview of the key thinkers in international relations in the twentieth century. From Habermas to Rawls, to emerging thinkers in Feminism, Constructivism and The English School.
'For the student of International Theory trying to make sense of the literature, this book is a godsend - focused and clearly presented, it allows the reader to establish an overview of a theorist's position prior to examining their writings - the author should be heartily congratulated!' - Christopher May, University of the West of England, UK
Realism Robert Gilpin Edward Hallet Carr. Samuel Huntington. Kenneth Waltz. Liberalism Michael Doyle. Karl Deutsch. Francis Fukuyama. David Held. Constructivism. Emmanuel Adler. Christain Reus-Smit. Friedrich Kratochwil. John Gerard Ruggie. Critical Theory. Robert Cox. Andre Gunder Frank. Antonio Gramsci. Jurgen Habermas. English School. Hedley Bull. Barry Buzan. John Vincent. Tim Dunne. Postmodernism. Richard Ashley. James DerDerian. David Campbell. Michel Foucault. Feminism. Judith Butler. Cynthia Enloe. Christine Sylvester. J. Ann Tickner. International Political Theory/International Ethics. Daniele Archibugi. Charles Beitz. Chris Brown. Terry Nardin. Historical Sociology. Anthony Giddens. Michael Mann. Justin Rosenberg. Charles Tilly.
Martin Griffiths is a senior lecturer in the School of Political and International Studies in The Flinders University of South Australia. Previous works include Realism, Idealism and International Politics (Routledge, 1992).