This book is a major contribution to the debate about philosophy and method in history and international relations. The author analyses IR scholarship from classical realism to quantitative and postmodern work.
About the Series
International relations is a rapidly changing area of research, reacting to and anticipating an ever more integrated and globalised world. This series aims to publish the best new work in the field of international relations, and of politics more generally. Books in the series challenge existing empirical and normative theories, and advance new paradigms as well as presenting significant new research.
BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
- HISTORY / General
- POLITICAL SCIENCE / General
- POLITICAL SCIENCE / History & Theory