Routledge Companion to International Relations
Edited by Alasdair Blair, Steven Curtis
Routledge – 2014 – 374 pages
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:
Routledge Companion to International Relations will help to guide you through this fascinating and complex subject area and provides all the necessary background information.
Part 1: History and Perspectives 1. The Nature of International Relations 2. The Emergence of the Modern International System: 1648-1945 3. International Relations since 1945 4. Theories of International Relations Part 2: Actors and Institutions 5. The States-System 6. Beyond the State: The Role of Non-State Actors 7. Regions 8. Diplomacy and International Law Part 3: Issues and Developments 9. Contemporary Security Environment 10. Terrorism, International Crime and Global Security 11. Foreign Policy in the Contemporary World 12. Globalization and International Trade 13. Human Rights and Humanitarian Intervention 14. Development 15. Environment 16. Culture and Religion 17. Migration Part 4: The Challenge of International Relations 18. Conclusion Part 5: Reference 19. Glossary 20. Chronology of Key Events 21. Maps 22. Bibliography