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PART I INTRODUCTION; PART II IMAGINING THE DISCIPLINE; PART III MAJOR THEORETICAL PERSPECTIVES; PART IV THE QUESTION OF METHOD; PART V BRIDGING THE SUBFIELD BOUNDARIES; PART VI THE SCHOLAR AND THE POLICY-MAKER; PART VII THE QUESTION OF DIVERSITY; PART VIII OLD AND NEW
Professor Reus-Smit's research focuses on the politics of international ethics and institutions, and he has published widely on issues of global governance, multilateralism, human rights, and international relations theory. Professor Reus-Smit is currently engaged in projects on Resolving International Crises of Legitimacy (funded by the British Academy and the Rockefeller Foundation), and on the role of rights politics in the development of the modern international system (funded by the Australian Research Council). Duncan Snidal is an Associate Professor in the Harris School, the Department of Political Science, and Chair of the Committee on International Relations. Snidal's research focuses on international relations with an emphasis on international political economy and institutions. He has worked on problems of international cooperation, including how the distribution of capability and interests affects outcomes. He is currently working on the role of international institutions, including law and formal organizations, in promoting cooperation. Snidal is also interested in applying formal techniques to policy analysis. He is Director of the Program on International Politics, Economics, and Security (PIPES) and is currently Chair of the Committee on International Relations at the University of Chicago.
can be warmly recommended to international lawyers seeking to enter the world of IR theory for the first time, and to those familiar with the literature who seek a reference work of depth and sophistication. * James Upcher, Global Law Books * the Handbook provides a tour de force, and is the single best catch-all textbook for an intermediate or advanced IR student... an absolute must buy for... for those who are thinking of taking a Masters in the discipline. * Stephen McGlinchey, eInternational Relations *