This book presents seminal works that define and illuminate the international relations' third debate, focused by the editors' comments. It is designed for students and scholars to compare and contrast the contending approaches to understand and develop the discipline of international relations. .
Table of Contents
1. Introduction: Major Debates in International Relations 2. The Changing Essence of Power 3. International Politics in the 1970s: The Search for a Perspective 4. Interdependencies in World Politics 5. The Myth of National Interdependence 6. Interdependence: Myth and Reality 7. Whither Interdependence? Richard Rosecrance 8. The Politics of Transnational Economic Relations 9. Transnationalism, Power Politics, and the Realities of the Present System 10. Globalism Versus Realism: A Reconciliation