The 10 volumes in this set, originally published between 1959 and 1986, analyze the process of radical foreign policy change, explore Marxist-Leninist models of international relations, describe the significance of cultural relations in international affairs, highlight the changing nature of political communities and changing patterns of government and examine the interaction between the realms of ethics and international relations.
Table of Contents1. The Religious Foundations of Internationalism 2. The Reason of States 3. Why Nations Realign 4. Marxism-Leninism and the Theory of International Relations 5. The Community of States 6. Current International Treaties 7. International Cultural Relations 8. The Condition of States 9. Explorations in Ethics and International Relations 10. Essay Collections in International Relations