OF A RECOVERING REALIST
TOWARD A NEO-LIBERAL THEORY
OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
and very insightful."
– Professor J. David
Singer, University of Michigan
International relations theory is turned on its head in this new
book. It critiques
the work of realist and neo-realist scholars, such as Hans
Morgenthau, Kenneth N. Waltz, Joseph Grieco, John J. Mearsheimer,
David E. Spiro, Charles F. Doran and Wes Parsons, demonstrating
serious weaknesses in the realist model of international relations.
the work of scholars such as Robert Axelrod, Bruce Russett, Hedley
Bull, Michael W. Doyle, Jeffry Frieden, Robert O. Keohane, David A.
Lake, Helen Milner, Andrew Moravcsik, Douglas North, Mancur Olson,
Robert Powell, Ronald Rogowski, Richard Rosecrance, Oliver
Williamson, and others.
It develops a
neo-liberal theory of international relations that integrates such
disparate topics as the democratic peace, the evolution of
capitalism, the development of the European Union, the economic
superiority of democracies, the determinants of military spending,
and international trade theory. It provides valuable insights into
more about this path breaking new political science book.
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OF OUR SYSTEM OF HIGHER
EDUCATION AND THE
THAT PERMEATE IT."