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Understanding International Relations
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1. Introduction: Defining International Relations.- 2. The Development of International Relations Theory in the Twentieth Century.- 3. International Relations Theory Today.- 4. Agency, Structure and the State.- 5. Power and Security.- 6. The Balance of Power and War.- 7. Global Governance.- 8. The Global Economy.- 9. Globalization.- 10. The International Politics of Identity.- 11. International Relations and the Individual.- 12. International (Dis)Order Today?

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CHRIS BROWN is Emeritus Professor of International Relations at the London School of Economics and Political Science, UK. He has published extensively on International Relations Theory, international political theory, and was previously Chair of the British International Studies Association and, at LSE, Head of the Department of International Relations.

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