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International Relation Theory

Audience: Suitable for both newcomers and experienced individuals in political science.
Key Concepts: Covers essential political science concepts, terminologies, and ideologies.
Foundation: Builds a strong foundation for understanding political science.
Series: First of ten volumes aimed at enhancing comprehension and engagement.
In-Depth Study: Encourages thorough study of each presented term, concept, and idea.
Conciseness: Provides clear and concise points for better understanding.

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                                                                                – Pavneet Singh –

Pavneet Singh

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About the book:

The study of International Relations (IR) theory offers a lens through which we can understand the complexities and dynamics of global politics. As the world becomes increasingly interconnected, the importance of IR theory in explaining international phenomena cannot be overstated. This book aims to provide a comprehensive overview of the major theories that have shaped, and continue to shape, the field of International Relations.
From the classical theories of realism, liberalism, and Marxism to the more contemporary approaches of constructivism, feminism, and postcolonialism, this book covers a wide range of theoretical perspectives. Each theory is explored in depth, with discussions on their core principles, key thinkers, criticisms, and applications. The inclusion of critical theories and emerging approaches ensures a holistic understanding of the diverse landscape of IR theory.
One of the primary objectives of this book is to make IR theory accessible to students, scholars, and anyone interested in global politics. The chapters are structured to provide clear and concise explanations of complex concepts, supported by relevant case studies and examples. This approach not only facilitates a deeper understanding of the theories but also highlights their practical relevance in analyzing contemporary international issues.
The application of IR theories to real-world events and issues is a key feature of this book. By examining case studies and contemporary developments, readers can appreciate the practical implications of theoretical perspectives in understanding international relations. This contextualization bridges the gap between abstract theory and practical analysis, making the study of IR theory more engaging and relevant.


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