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Contents Prologue Observing and encountering global life - Emilian Kavalski Part I: Perspectives and frameworks Chapter 1 The history of global politics - Kevin Marsh Chapter 2 Theories of world affairs - Mark Chou and Avery Dorothy Howard Poole Chapter 3 Ethics and morality in international relations - Lavina Lee Chapter 4 The levels of analysis of the international system - Taku Tamaki Part II: Actors Chapter 5 The state on the world stage - Theresa Callan Chapter 6 Individuals in international politics - David Walton Chapter 7 Transnational actors in world politics - Brian King Chapter 8 Nature as an Actor in International politics - Stephen Hobden Part III: Topics and issues Chapter 9 The international economy of world politics - Greg Anderson Chapter 10 Conflict and in/security in global life - Sandra Popiden Chapter 11 Global inequality - Eunyoung Ha and Julia Hyeyong Kim Chapter 12 Shifts in world power - Lui Hebron Chapter 13 Identity politics on the world stage - David Siroky and David Muchlinski Chapter 14 Imposing Internal Order on States - Chris Wilson Chapter 15 Borders, Immigration and State Transformation - Alex Balch Chapter 16 The Media and International Relations - Anne Ally Chapter 17 Global governance - Sandra Popiden Chapter 18 Religion and international relations - Nilay Saiya Epilogue What next for the study and practice of world affairs? - Emilian Kavalski
Dr. Emilian Kavalski is Associate Professor of Global Studies at the Institute for Social Justice, Australian Catholic University.
'Finally a comprehensive and serious approach to International Relations that pays necessary homage to its theories and frameworks as a discipline while striving to acquaint readers to the topicality, relevance, and impact of what an IR scholar actually empirically studies and why it MATTERS in the real world. This is a welcome novel engagement of the discipline that should attract many new young minds to our field.' Matthew Crosston, Bellevue University, USA 'International Relations is a young discipline. This textbook is an innovative attempt at exploring this young discipline in all its complexities and contradictions. A very useful book to inform the beginners and to engage the scholars. Rigorous as well as accessible!' Harsh V. Pant, King's College London, UK 'In this excellent and innovative volume Kavalski has assembled scholars working at the forefront of contemporary international relations. All of the chapters provide surprising insights and unique perspectives on the contemporary practice and theory of international relations. It is refreshing to find a textbook that challenges long held assumptions in this way. A must read for all introductory courses on global politics.' Colin Wight, University of Sydney, Australia