A New Handbook of Political Science

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Acknowledgments

I am indebted to Lisbeth Aggestam, Jens Bartelson, Jan Hallenberg, Robert Keohane, Alexa Robertson, Jacob Westberg and the editors for their comments on earlier versions.


References

The multiplicity of traditions in IR thinking is outlined in T. Nardin and D. R. Mapel, eds., Traditions of International Ethics ( 1992). A recent, book-length survey of present-day research, including work in languages other than English, is A. J. R. Groom and M. Light, eds., Contemporary International Relations: A Guide to Theory ( 1994). A much-quoted work about the problem of international order is H. Bull, The Anarchical Society ( 1977). Influential contributions to the debate about neo-realism, including much of Waltz Theory of International Politics, may be found in R. O. Keohane, ed., Neo-realism and Its Critics ( 1986); see also B. Buzan, C. Jones and R. Little, The Logic of Anarchy: Neo-realism to Structural Realism ( 1993). The vast scientifically oriented literature about peace and war includes, for example, B. Bueno de Mesquita, The War Trap ( 1981) and J. A. Vasquez, The War Puzzle ( 1993). For an example of the political-economy orientation see D. Baldwin, Economic Statecraft ( 1985).

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