Neorealism and its critics /

For more than 2000 years, realist traditions of political thought have emphasized world politics as an interstate struggle for power. In 1979, Kenneth N. Waltz's book Theory of International Relations gave shape to this approach, which has come to be known as "neorealism." Presenting...

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Other Authors: Keohane, Robert O. (Robert Owen), 1941-
Format: Book
Published: New York : Columbia University Press, 1986.
Series:Political economy of international change.
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Table of Contents:
  • Realism, neorealism, and the study of world politics / Robert O. Keohane
  • Laws and theories / Kenneth N. Waltz
  • Reductionist and systemic theories / Kenneth N. Waltz
  • Political structures / Kenneth N. Waltz
  • Anarchic orders and balances of power / Kenneth N. Waltz
  • Continuity and transformation in the world polity / John Gerard Ruggie
  • Theory of world politics / Robert O. Keohane
  • Social forces, states, and world orders / Robert W. Cox
  • The poverty of neorealism / Richard K. Ashley
  • The richness of the tradition of political realism / Robert G. Gilpin
  • Reflections on theory of international politics / Kenneth N. Waltz.