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Contending approaches to international politics / edited by Klaus Knorr and James N. Rosenau

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  • Contending approaches to international politics / edited by Klaus Knorr and James N. Rosenau
  • Princeton (N.J.) : Princeton University Press, 1969, cop. 1969
  • 1 vol. (297 p.); 23 cm
  • 0-691-05638-2
  • 0-691-02164-3
  • Publié par "the Princeton Center of International Studies."
  • Autre tirage : 1970
  • Notes bibliogr. Index
  • Tradition and science in the study of international politics / Klaus Knorr and James N. Rosenau International theory : the case for a classical approach / Hedley Bull The new debate : traditionalism vs. science in international relations / Morton A. Kaplan The incompleat theorist : insight without evidence / J. David Singer "Does it matter if he's naked?" bawled the child / Marion J. Levy, Jr. The study of international politics qua science : the emphasis on methods and techniques / Richard A. Brody Aron and the whale : a Jonah theory / Oran R. Young Back to Machiavelli / David Vital A plan for bridge building in international relations / Michael Haas The costs of the quantitative study of international relations / Robert Jervis Research pluralism and the international elephant / Robert C. North The social sciences : an essay on polarization and integration / Johan Galtung
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