A survey of the principal theories in international relations, the principles, concepts and hypotheses on which they are based, and their most important thinkers. Discussion of the interpretive capacity of each theory as applied to the international system, international politics, foreign policy, international competition and cooperation, as well as questions of war and peace. Comparative analysis of realism, neo-realism, liberalism, neo-realism, constructivism and dependency theory.
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