Readings Online

A full reading list is given in the Module Handbook. Some are available online:

Finnemore, M., "Norms, Culture, and World Politics", International Organization, 50(2), 1995, 325-347

Forde, S., "International Realism and the Science of Politics: Thucydides, Machiavelli, and Neorealism", International Studies Quarterly, 39(2), 1995, 141-160

Gaddis, J.L., "History, Theory and Common Ground", International Security, 22(1), 1997, 75-85

Haber, S.H., Kennedy, D.M. and Krasner, S.D., (1997) "Brothers under the Skin", International Security, 22(1), 34-43

Howard, M., "A Long War", Survival, 48(1), 2006, 7-14

Hall, I., "World Government and Empire: the international historian as theorist" (a review article), International Affairs, 82(6), 2006, 1155-1165

Owen, J.M., "How Liberalism Produces Democratic Peace", International Security 19(2), Fall 1994, 87-125

Schroeder, P., "Historical Reality vs. Neo-realist Theory", International Security, 19(1), 1994, 108-148

Schroeder, P.W., "History and International Relations Theory", International Security, 22(1), 1997, 64-74

Snyder, J., "One World, Rival Theories", Foreign Policy, 145, 2004, 52-62

Walt, S.M., "International Relations: One World, Many Theories", Foreign Policy, 110, 1998, 29-46

Wohlforth, W.C., "Realism and the End of the Cold War", International Security, 19(3), 1994-1995, 91-129

Youngs, G., "Feminist International Relations: a contradiction in terms? Or: why women and gender are essential to understanding the world 'we' live in", International Affairs, 80(1), 2004, 75-87