The realist tradition and contemporary international relations /

The tradition in international relations theory known as realism has often been associated with the Cold War. The contributors to this intriguing volume argue, however, that realism remains a profound and relevant perspective on contemporary international politics. They point out that classical real...

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Other Authors: Clinton, W. David.
Format: eBook
Published: Baton Rouge : Louisiana State University Press, ©2007.
Series:Political traditions in foreign policy series.
Online Access:CONNECT
Table of Contents:
  • Reinhold Niebuhr : a personal reflection and political evaluation / Kenneth W. Thompson
  • Thucydides on peace / Steven Forde
  • What's "realistic"? : a framework for an Augustinian analysis of contemporary approaches to international relations / William R. Stevenson, Jr.
  • International law from a Machiavellian perspective / Anthony D'Amato
  • Mathematici versus dogmatici : understanding the realist project through Hobbes / Laurie M. Johnson Bagby
  • "Every man supposed a knave" : David Hume's political realism / Daniel G. Lang
  • Edmund Burke's theory of international order : the debate between realism and rationalism / Jennifer M. Welsh
  • The relevance of E.H. Carr's realism in the post Cold War world / Whittle Johnston
  • Reinhold Niebuhr's Christian realism/Christian idealism / Colm McKeogh
  • Morgenthau's political realism and the ethics of evil / Greg Russell
  • Conclusion: The relevance of realism in the post Cold War world / David Clinton.