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The Globalization of World Politics: An Introduction to International Relations is an introduction to international relations (IR) and offers comprehensive coverage of key theories and global issues.Edited by John Baylis, Patricia Owens, and Steve Smith.[1].It has eight editions,[2] first published in 1997, in this book leading scholars in the field introduce readers to the history, theory, structures, and key issues in IR, providing students with an ideal introduction and a constant guide throughout their studies.[3]

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The Globalization of World Politics: An Introduction to International Relations (6th ed)

First edition
Editors Patricia Owens, John Baylis, Steve Smith
Language English
Genre Nonfiction
Publisher Oxford University Press
Publication date
1997
Media type Paperback, Hardback
Pages 648
ISBN

978-0-19-965617-2

OCLC 174500731
327 22
LC Class JZ1242 .G58 2008

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Patricia Owens is author and professor. She is a Tutorial Fellow at Somerville College, Oxford and a professor of International Relations at University of Oxford.[4]

John Baylis is Emeritus Professor of Politics and International Relations and a former Pro Vice Chancellor at Swansea University.[5]

Steve Smith is the former Vice Chancellor of the University of Exeter and Professor of International Studies.[6]

“Introduction” — John Baylis, Steve Smith and Patricia Owens

  • 1. “Globalization and global politics” — Anthony McGrew
  • 2. “The evolution of international society” — David Armstrong
  • 3. “International history, 1900-1999” — Len Scott
  • 4. “From the end of the cold war to the new global era” — Michael Cox
  • 5. “Rising powers and the emerging global order” — Andrew Hurrell
  • 6. “Realism” — Tim Dunne and Brian C. Schmidt
  • 7. “Liberalism” — Tim Dunne
  • 8. “Contemporary mainstream approaches: neo-realism and neo-liberalism” — Steven L. Lamy
  • 9. “Marxist theories of international relations” — Stephen Hobden and Richard Wyn Jones
  • 10. “Social constructivism” — Michael Barnett
  • 11. “Post structuralism” — Lene Hansen
  • 12. “Post-colonialism” — Christine Sylvester
  • 13. “International ethics” — Richard Shapcott
  • 14. “The changing character of war” — Mike Sheehan
  • 15. “International and global security” — John Baylis
  • 16. “International political economy in an age of globalization” — Ngaire Woods
  • 17. “Gender in world politics” — J. Ann Tickner
  • 18. “International law” — Christian Reus-Smit
  • 19. “International regimes” — Richard Little
  • 20. “The United Nations” — Paul Taylor and Devon Curtis
  • 21. “Transnational actors and international organizations in global politics” — Peter Willetts
  • 22. “Environmental issues” — John Vogler
  • 22. “Terrorism and globalization” — James D. Kiras
  • 23. “Nuclear proliferation” — Sheena Chestnut Greitens
  • 24. “Nationalism” — John Breuilly
  • 25. “Regionalism in international affairs” — Edward Best and Thomas Christiansen
  • 26. “Global trade and global finance” — Matthew Watson
  • 27. “Poverty, development, and hunger” — Tony Evans and Caroline Thomas
  • 28. “Human security” — Amitav Acharya
  • 29. “Human rights” — Jack Donnelly
  • 30. “Humanitarian intervention in world politics” — Alex J. Bellamy and Nicholas J. Wheeler
  • 31. “Globalization and the transformation of political community” — Andrew Linklater
  • 32. “Globalization and the post-cold war order” — Ian Clark

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