Conflict, security, foreign policy, and international political economy : past paths and future directions in international studies /

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Other Authors: Brecher, Michael., Harvey, Frank P.
Format: eBook
Published: Ann Arbor : University of Michigan Press, [2002]
Series:Millennial reflections on international studies.
Online Access:CONNECT
Table of Contents:
  • The Essence of Millennial Reflections on International Studies: Conflict, Security, Foreign Policy, and International Politic; Foreign Policy Analysis; Foreign Policy Analysis: Steady Progress and a Half-Empty Glass; Beliefs and Foreign Policy Analysis in the New Millennium; Public Opinion and Foreign Policy Analysis: Where We Were, Are, and Should Strive to Be; Simulation and Experimentation in Foreign Policy Analysis: Some Personal Observations on Problems and Prospects; International Security, Peace, and War; Security Theory: Six Paradigms Searching for Security
  • Security and Peace: Understanding, Production, and Work StyleConvergences between International Security Studies and Peace Studies; Accounting for Interstate War: Progress and Cumulation; Notes from the Underground: A Tale of Three Perspectives; International Political Economy; Reflections on the Field of International Political Economy; Some Thoughts on International Political Economy in the Context of Public Policy Education; International Political Economy: From Paradigmatic Debates to Productive Disagreements; Contributors