Now in its second edition, Fifty Key Thinkers in International Relations has been thoroughly updated with several new entries and a new preface to reflect the latest developments. There are new sections on Constructivism, International Political Theory, and English School, as well as a range of new thinkers. They include:
- Samuel Huntington
- Christine Sylvester
- Jürgen Habermas
- John Rawls
- Barry Buzan
Fully cross-referenced throughout, this book has everything for students of politics and international relations or indeed anyone who wants to gain an understanding of how nations can work together successfully.
Preface. Introduction. REALISM. Robert Gilpin. Edward Hallet Carr. Samuel Huntington. George Kennan. John Mearsheimer. Hans Morgenthau. Kenneth Waltz.
LIBERALISM. Michael Doyle. Karl Deutsch. Francis Fukuyama. David Held. Stanley Hoffmann. Robert O. Keohane. CONSTRUCTIVISM. Emmanuel Adler.
Christain Reus-Smit. Friedrich Kratochwil. John Gerard Ruggie. Alexander Wendt. CRITICAL THEORY. Robert Cox. Andre Gunder Frank. Stephen Gill.
Antonio Gramsci. Jurgen Habermas. Andrew Linklater. Steve Smith. ENGLISH SCHOOL. Hedley Bull. Barry Buzan. John Vincent. Tim Dunne. Martin Wight.
POSTMODERNISM. Richard Ashley. James DerDerian. David Campbell. Michel Foucault. Robert B. J. Walker. FEMINISM. Judith Butler. Cynthia Enloe. Christine Sylvester. J. Ann Tickner. Cynthia Weber. INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL THEORY/INTERNATIONAL ETHICS. Daniele Archibugi. Charles Beitz. Chris Brown. Terry Nardin. John Rawls. HISTORICAL SOCIOLOGY. Anthony Giddens. Michael Mann. Justin Rosenberg. Charles Tilly. Immanuel Wallerstein. Guide to Further Reading. Index.