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  • Author(s) John M. Owen IV / Richard N. Rosecrance
  • SubtitleHow History Modifies Theory
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  • Published25th January 2018
  • PublisherOxford University Press USA
  • ISBN9780190216092
  • University course codes

How History Modifies Theory

Presenting the development of international relations and its theories in a historical narrative spanning 500 years, International Politics: How History Modifies Theory offers a fresh perspective on twenty-first-century world politics. Rather than simply listing IR theories, this text demonstrates that certain theories explain the behaviour of world politics better than others based on historical context. Offering a broader and deeper historical perspective than any other text on the market, it demonstrates how history can explain and impact theory development in the field of international relations.

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  • Author(s) John M. Owen IV / Richard N. Rosecrance
  • SubtitleHow History Modifies Theory
  • Edition
  • Published25th January 2018
  • PublisherOxford University Press USA
  • ISBN9780190216092
  • University course codes

How History Modifies Theory

Presenting the development of international relations and its theories in a historical narrative spanning 500 years, International Politics: How History Modifies Theory offers a fresh perspective on twenty-first-century world politics. Rather than simply listing IR theories, this text demonstrates that certain theories explain the behaviour of world politics better than others based on historical context. Offering a broader and deeper historical perspective than any other text on the market, it demonstrates how history can explain and impact theory development in the field of international relations.
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