An analysis of the China Race—the global competition for leadership and world order between the US-led West and the People's Republic of China.
Comprehensive examination of the goals, strategies, and motives of the six parties involved in North Korea denuclearization talks through the lens of negotiation theory.
Analyzes the nature, processes, and political consequences of the asymmetrical relationships between China and its six small neighbors in Asia.
Analyzes the effects of new technologies on human rights, with a particular focus on how representations of technology affect our ability to understand and control it.
Examines the deep roots of the American way of war.
Incorporates a unique diplomatic, insider perspective to explain the unexpected incorporation of LGBTI rights into American and Swedish foreign policies.
Draws on Marx and the first-generation Frankfurt School to make the case that cosmopolitanism must become a postcapitalist political theory.
Analyzes international and cultural relationships informed by "China," a category that is becoming ever more indispensable and yet unstable in everyday narratives.
Offers a cosmopolitan account of war that blends sharp inquiry into interspecies politics with original poetry on animals, loss, and war.
A behind-the-scenes look at diplomacy and international relations in post-communist Eastern Europe.
Analyzes the Israel-Palestinian conflict by looking at its interactions with seven regional and global powers and the way the conflict is framed at the international level.
Identifies the many ways in which unexpected outcomes are endemic to international relations due to the complexity of world politics.
Examines US foreign and domestic policy through the narratives of post-9/11 US military veterans and the activism they are engaged in.
Examines why many governments, rebels, and terrorist organizations are using children as soldiers.
Examines how NATO has adapted and endured after the end of the Cold War, transforming itself to deal with a host of new security challenges.
Examines political authority in the modern era as a function of specific energy politics.
Examines the rising power of China and Chinese foreign policy through a revisionist analysis of Chinese civilization.
Offers a complete empirical account of US government programs, policies, and interventions outside the United States on behalf of the human rights of LGBTQ people.
Examines intra-alliance politics between the United States, Japan, and South Korea.
A compelling, intimate account of how US foreign assistance in war zones and developing countries does not achieve its intended goals.
Discusses how just war theory needs to be revised to better secure and respect human rights.
Details how presidents utilize mass media to justify foreign policy objectives in the aftermath of 9/11.
Comprehensive overview of the inroads made by Complexity Thinking approaches and ideas in the study and practice of world politics.
Chronicles the expanding global effort to confront public health challenges.
Groundbreaking study demonstrating how Japan's leaders play an important role in diplomacy.
Comparative analysis of gender equality reforms enacted in ten post-communist states who became members of the European Union.
Investigates how leaders’ personalities shape important foreign policy shifts.
Inspiring oral history of the impact of cultural and educational exchange between South Africa and the United States during apartheid.
Discusses the many facets of globalization and its feasible reform in easy-to-understand language.
Applies complexity science to the study of international politics.
Comprehensive study of the diplomat and the diplomatic mission in Western civilization.
Timely analysis of the ways in which women grassroots activists, the European Union, and the Turkish state are involved in shaping gender policies in Turkey.
Documents how energy resource acquisition has been the driving motivator for European and American international relations.
Reflections on, and analysis of, ethical issues facing military service in the United States.
A bold work of feminist international relations that contributes to our understanding of the gendered, racialized, and heteronormative dynamics of U.S. foreign policy, both in relations with Russia and in the invasion of Iraq.
Puts commentators on Global government in conversation about their often provocative global institutional visions.
New insights into the cementing of the American-Israeli relationship during the Nixon years.
Examines how and why nations have persuaded North Korea to cooperate on topics such as nuclear policy.
Examines the ethical, legal, and political dimensions of military intervention for humanitarian reasons.
A comprehensive history of bilateral relations between the Netherlands and the United States.
An insider’s account of the UN Security Council in the years immediately after the end of the Cold War.
Examines state cooperation over increasingly scarce water resources.
Examines the images, hopes, and fears that were evoked during China’s century-long subservience to external powers.
Examines the domestic constraints negotiators operate under when nations seek to cooperate.
Develops a new and dynamic theory of foreign policy decision making and experiential learning.
Examines Carnegie’s book Triumphant Democracy and his efforts to promote closer ties between America and Britain.
Explores the connections between globalization and democratization in Colombia.
Demonstrates that world politics is more complex than conventional models can account for.
Examines how globalization and the environment are connected issues.
Essays on human rights in Puerto Rico during the twentieth century.
Explains how the Jordanian monarchy has survived economic crisis and regional political instability.
Examines how national interest groups respond to the international pressures of globalization.
Examines how the European Union has handled environmental protection issues.
Examines the negotiations between nations that lead to international agreements regulating human activity in outer space.
Uses a social-psychoanalytic model to argue that collective identity shapes foreign policy changes.
Explores the role of international institutions in reducing conflict in multiethnic societies.
Argues that institutional context drives economic globalization in the United States and Britain.
Explores the impact of globalization on the conduct of international affairs.
Examines the growing power of nongovernmental organizations by looking at UN World Conferences.
Argues that leaders sometimes promote international conflicts to keep their own military politically divided.
Essays on the early disciplinary history of international relations.
Recounts and evaluates the worldwide effort to ban landmines.
A path-breaking look at the international response to ozone depletion and climate change.
Examines how Israel was caught by surprise in the opening stages of the 1973 Yom Kippur War.
Argues that international relations ought to be anchored in realistic models of human decision making.
Explores the moral dimensions of the current global role of the U.S. military.
Argues that international institutions are becoming increasingly democratized.
A critical look at the image of human nature that underlies the realist theory of international relations.
Applies the concept of space to international relations to arrive at novel interpretations.
Examines how information technologies may be shifting power and authority away from the state.
Details the West German peace movement's impact on German, U. S., and NATO politics and security dynamics in the 1980s.
Argues that marginalized states and peoples are capable of initiating their own foreign policy agendas.
Challenges the parochialism and "Americanization" of the field of International Relations.
Presents a constructively critical reappraisal of the boundaries that define the social scientific analysis of international life.
Notable scholars explore James Rosenau's postinternational paradigm--an alternative view to traditional international relations.
This book examines the troubled modern nation–state and reflects on the “end” of authority, sovereignty, and national security, and the implications of that end in the coming decades.
Showcases diverse theoretical approaches in the emerging area of global governance.
Presents diverse views on the relationship between environmental politics and international security.
Addresses the altered states of political parties and politics in the post-Cold War era.
Explores the growing role of global civil society and local environmental activism in the management and protection of the environment worldwide.
Examines the evolution of collective human rights in international relations and argues that the concept of human rights must integrate group rights based on race/ethnicity, gender, class, and sexuality.
This book shows that as Israel is gradually being accepted by the Arab world, pure security considerations are becoming more important in the Arab-Israeli relationship, and "security regimes" between Israel and neighboring countries can foster moderation and cooperation.
This book examines why policies and laws intended to protect the environment often do not work. In particular, Gamman addresses the fundamental reasons why efforts to protect natural resources in the ...
Morality among Nations, a rejoinder to Hans Morgenthau's Politics among Nations, offers a pathbreaking synthesis of sociobiology and international relations theory. It shows that two different moralities ...
This book is an important contribution to the understanding of conflict and peace in the modern world, and to the continuous debate about the best methods to avoid and limit wars. This revised edition ...
This is a clear, non-technical and comprehensive study of nuclear strategy and the balance of power. The book is intended for both supporters and opponents of nuclear deterrence—indeed for all who believe ...