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by Michael Nicholson

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ISBN:
0333736230
Author:
Michael Nicholson
Category:
Politics & Government
Language:
English
Publisher:
Palgrave (May 18, 1998)
Pages:
228 pages
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1677 kb
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Michael Nicholson writes in his book international relations a concise from SOCIAL SCI 123 at University of Karachi, Karachi. However, for the purpose, the scope of international relations can be analyzed under; STUDY OF BEHAVIUOR OF ACTORS In international relations, we study & analyzes the behavior of actors as Goldstein & Pavehouse in his book, ‘ International Relations’ write, International relationship among the world’s governments are closely connected with other actors.

Outlining key theories, traditional approaches, and controversies old and new, Michael Nicholson also importantly addresses the relationship and incongruities between abstract theories of International Relations and contemporary realities of the international system in an increasingly globalized post-Cold War world.

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Michael Nicholson, Karin M. Fierke. This concise introductory text has been written for students beginning International Relations or requiring a brief but comprehensive overview. It outlines key theories, approaches and controversies and shows how they relate to the realities of the international system including such contemporary challenges like environmental degradation as well as the more traditional concerns of violence and war, poverty and inequality.

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This introductory text has been written for students beginning international relations or requiring a brief but comprehensive overview. by Michael Nicholson.

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International Relations. A Concise Introduction. Chapters Table of contents (11 chapters). About About this book. The book outlines key current theories, approaches and controversies and stresses the relationship between the theory of international relations and the realities of the international system, both historically, and as it faces the challenge of an increasingly globalized post-Cold War world.

In this book, Michael Nicholson outlines social scientific approaches to international relations and then describes the problems of rational . Finally, Michael Nicholson discusses the philosophy of science, policy, and ethics.

In this book, Michael Nicholson outlines social scientific approaches to international relations and then describes the problems of rational decision-making in conflict situations. He shows how rationality is in many strategic situations hard to define and often leads to paradoxes such as the prisoners dilemma, and explores rational beliefs about the international system. He examines theories of arms races, alliances, and the international problems of ecology. This book is both an exposition and a defense of a social scientific approach to international relations.