From climate change and financial crisis to new security challenges and the rise of new powers, this major text brings together specially-commissioned and carefully edited contributions by a range of leading scholars to provide a very accessible and genuinely global introduction to the key issues in international relations today.
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MARK BEESON is Winthrop Professor in Political Science and International Relations at the University of Western Australia and formerly Professor of International Relations, University of Birmingham, UK.
NICK BISLEY is Associate Professor of International Relations, La Trobe University, Australia.
"Combining intellectual rigor and contemporary focus, a wide-ranging portrait of the global system bringing together leading scholars to reflect on the great changes underway in world politics." —Professor G. John Ikenberry, Princeton University"This excellent and well integrated collection of high-quality chapters introduces and addresses the key questions that face the international system in the first half of the twenty-first century. Readable and engaging, it is a must buy for students of world politics." —Professor Michael Cox, London School of Economics "[Well written, insightful, and tightly argued essays on important issues... address their subjects with keen analytic eyes that provide the reader with information, vision, and insights... [An important and useful book." - A.J. Waskey, Choice
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