Born in 1915, Harold Guetzkow might have been a child of the "Roaring Twenties." But in fact Professor Guetzkow is much more a "child of the depression" (to use his own term). A complication of essays by scholars who took time and energy to pen their work in honor of Harold Guetzkow. The chapters that follow represent a real contribution to the study of international relations and document the influence of Harold Guetzkow in catalyzing that study over the last thirty years.
PART I BRIDGES AND ISLANDS OF THEORY, PART II ISLANDS OF THEORY AS BRIDGES AMONG IDEAS, PART III RESEARCH AS POLICY AND POLICY AS RESEARCH