AP/POLS 4200 6.00
International Relations Theory
This course examines some of the major contending theories of global politics. The first term will focus on the development of the mainstream approaches to the discipline in the English speaking world. This will include the work of writers such as Morgenthau, Carr, Bull, Waltz and Keohane. The second term will examine critical challenges to the mainstream, including Frankfurt School critical theory, gender perspectives, and post-modern critiques. This will include the work of such writers as Linklater, Enloe, Weber, Walker, and Campbell.