Introducing International Relations

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"This new textbook provides an accessible and lively introduction to international relations for students encountering the subject for the first time. Presenting complex ideas, concepts and arguments in a straightforward and conversational way, the textbook explains international relations from a diplomatic perspective, emphasizing co-existence in the absence of agreement, and developing students' ability to make sense of the current conditions of international uncertainty. Introducing students to the major theories and issues in international relations, each chapter: - is written to a common structure, dividing each topic into sections with learning objectives within each section to provide points of focus for students and instructors - includes extensive text box examples and short case studies for reflection and discussion - provides key terms, key takeaways and simple exercises which require short responses - offers a suggested list of further readings for those who wish to explore a topic further - is supported by a companion website which provides students and instructors with quizzes on terms and concepts, and includes updates on key cases and examples The first introductory textbook to take a diplomatic approach, this text is essential reading for all those looking to take their first steps into the study of international relations in an era of uncertainty"--
Original languageEnglish (US)
Place of PublicationLondon ; New York
PublisherRoutledge Taylor & Francis Group
Number of pages434
ISBN (Electronic)9781351581981
ISBN (Print)9781138297654
StatePublished - 2018

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Publisher Copyright:
© 2018 Paul Sharp.


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  • Textbooks


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