Table of Contents
Part I: THEORY AND PRACTICE.
1. World Politics: Seeking Security in a Complicated and Connected World.
2. The Playing Field and Players: Anarchy, States, and Non-State Actors.
3. Powerful Ideas: Liberalism and Realism.
4. Alternative Perspectives on International Relations.
Part II: INTERNATIONAL SECURITY.
5. Understanding Conflict: The Nature and Causes of Conflict and War.
6. Seeking Security: Managing Conflict and War.
7. Building Peace: Structures and Institutions of Cooperation.
Part III: ECONOMIC SECURITY.
8. The Pursuit of Money: Trade, Finance, and Integration.
9. Economic Statecraft: Sanctions, Aid, and their Consequences.
10. International Development: Relations between the Haves and Have-Nots.
Part IV: HUMAN SECURITY.
11. Human Rights: Protecting the Most Basic Security.
12. Managing the Environment: Sharing the World or Dividing the World.
13. Transnational Advocacy Networks: Changing the World?
Part V: LOOKING AHEAD.
14. Security in the Balance: Future Directions and Challenges.