The Globalization of World Politics 5e & Case Studies from Australia, New Zealand and the Asia Pacific 2e Pack
- Lecturer Resources
- Teacher Resources
- Student Resources
- Sample Pages
Now in its fifth edition, this internationally successful title has been fully revised and updated in light of recent developments in world politics. New chapters on post colonialism and post structuralism as well as increased emphasis on the global financial crisis, forced migration, diplomacy and religion ensure The Globalization of World Politics remains the most comprehensive introduction to International Relations available. Expert contributors provide accessible but stimulating insights into the history, theory, structures and key issues in IR, which are ideally suited to those coming to the subject for the first time.
Revised regional casebook, edited by Anne Cullen and Stuart Murray, packaged with the main text at no extra charge.
- Revised regional casebook, edited by Anne Cullen and Stuart Murray, and packaged with the main text at no extra charge.
- The Globalization of World Politics is the market leading introduction to international relations, written by an impressive line-up of expert contributors.
- Spanning history, theory, structures, processes, and issues, it offers the most comprehensive coverage of international relations available, and closely maps on to introductory courses.
- Excellent learning features are included throughout, including numerous boxes, figures, tables, maps and questions. Case studies offer engaging examples to help link theories with IR in practice.
- The text is supported by an extensive Online Resource Centre with helpful additional material and exercises for both lecturers and students.
- A full colour text is visually appealing to students and aids navigation around the book.
New to this edition
- Two new chapters on post structuralism and post colonialism provide more detailed coverage of alternative approaches to International Relations theory.
- All chapters have been updated to take account of the latest global events, with particular emphasis on the 2008 financial crisis, forced migration, diplomacy, and religion.
- Three new authors - Matthew Watson, Tony Evans, and Jack Donnelly - have substantially revised the chapters on 'Global Trade and Finance', 'Poverty, Development, and Hunger' and 'Human Rights'.
- The Online Resource Centre, which accompanies the text, has been updated and improved. It now includes additional case studies for lecturers, a revision guide, and an interactive library of links to journal articles, blogs and video clips.
- The links between the book and the Online Resource Centre have also been strengthened to aid navigation, and to allow students to make the most of the entire textbook package.
John Baylis, Steve Smith and Patricia Owens: Introduction
1: Anthony McGrew: Globalization and global politics
Part One: The historical context
2: David Armstrong: The evolution of international society
3: Len Scott: International history, 1900-1999
4: Michael Cox: From the cold war to the world economic crisis
Part Two: Theories of world politics
5: Tim Dunne and Brian C. Schmidt: Realism
6: Tim Dunne: Liberalism
7: Steven L. Lamy: Contemporary mainstream approaches: neo-realism and neo-liberalism
8: Stephen Hobden and Richard Wyn Jones: Marxist and critical theories of international relations
9: Michael Barnett: Social constructivism
10: Lene Hansen: Post structuralism
11: Christine Sylvester: Post colonialism
12: Richard Shapcott: International ethics
Part Three: Structures and processes
13: Mike Sheehan: The changing character of war
14: John Baylis: International and global security
15: Ngaire Woods: International political economy in an age of globalization
16: J. Ann Tickner: Gender in world politics
17: Christian Reus-Smit: International law
18: Richard Little: International regimes
19: Paul Taylor and Devon Curtis: The United Nations
20: Peter Willetts: Transnational actors and international organizations in global politics
Part Four: International issues
21: John Vogler: Environmental issues
22: James D. Kiras: Terrorism and globalization
23: Darryl Howlett: Nuclear proliferation
24: John Breuilly: Nationalism
25: Simon Murden: Culture in world affairs
26: Edward Best and Thomas Christiansen: Regionalism in international affairs
27: Matthew Watson: Global trade and finance
28: Caroline Thomas and Tony Evans: Poverty, development, and hunger
29: Amitav Acharya: Human security
30: Jack Donnelly: Human rights
31: Alex J. Bellamy and Nicholas J. Wheeler: Humanitarian intervention in world politics
Part Five: Globalization in the future
32: Andrew Linklater: Globalization and the transformation of political community
33: Ian Clark: Globalization and the post-cold war order
Edited by John Baylis - Formerly Pro-Vice Chancellor and Professor in the Department of Politics and International Relations, University of Wales, Swansea
Steve Smith - Vice-Chancellor and Professor of International Politics, University of Exeter
Patricia Owens - Senior Lecturer in International Politics, University of London, Queen Mary
The Globalization of World Politics: Case Studies from Australia, New Zealand and the Asia Pacific Second Edition
Edited by Anne Cullen - Associate Professor at Bond University
Stuart Murray - Assitant Professor of International Relations at Bond University
The following resources are available for lecturers using The Globalization of World Politics: Fifth Edition
- Case Studies
- Interactive library of links to journal articles, blogs and video content
- Question bank
- PowerPoint slides
- Figures and tables from the book
If you would like access to these resources or more information about this title, please contact your Oxford sales representative.
Flash card glossary
Multiple choice questions
Links to relevant journals
Video podcasts from the contributors
Please visit http://www.oup.com/uk/orc/bin/9780199569090/