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The Concept of the State in International Relations

Philosophy, Sovereignty, and Cosmopolitanism

The Concept of the State in International Relations( )
Contribution by: Schuett, Robert
Bartelson, Jens
Grzybowski, Janis
Jutersonke, Oliver
Kartas, Moncef
Koskenniemi, Martti
Scheuerman, William E.
Steinberger, Peter J.
Editor: Schuett, Robert
Stirk, Peter M. R.
Series title:Edinburgh Critical Studies in Renaissance Culture Ser.
Publication Date:Feb 2015
Publisher:Edinburgh University Press
Book Format:Hardback
List Price:USD $120.00
Book Description:

The concept of the state plays a central role in international relations, particularly in realist and neo-realist approaches. Yet, the meaning of the state is persistently taken to be self-evident by both advocates of the sovereign state and its critics. This volume assesses the concepts of the state and sovereignty in international relations.

Book Details
Detailed Subjects: Political Science / History & Theory
Political Science / International Relations / General
Physical Dimensions (W X L X H):6.24 x 9.321 x 0.897 Inches
Book Weight:1.263 Pounds

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